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Atlanta is the capital of Georgia, U.S., lying in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Atlanta is the largest city and was incorporated in 1837. This area was selected for railroad terminus that would serve the southern U.S. It was named as Atlanta. First it was named as Terminus and it was later named as Atlanta in 1845. it was an important supply depot in the American Civil War. Atlanta became the capital of Georgia in 1868. the population estimated in 2000 was 416,474; metropolitan area population - 4,112,198. Atlanta is the seat of Fulton co., NW Ga., on the Chattahoochee R. and Peachtree Creek, near the Appalachian Foothills; incorporated in 1847.

Atlanta is an outstanding Southern financial and cultural force and focuses on a metropolitan statistical area which extends more than 6,000 square miles and admit more than 110 municipalities. Country people and immigrants from other lands have attracted to Atlanta's moderate climate, physical beauty and job opportunities. Atlanta has assumed as a crucial in the National and International Commerce. Ted Turner, cities well known citizen has declared that Atlanta has “absolutely everything going for it - Climate, Location, Great Transportation, Easy air access and a Government that is both Co-operative and supportive.” Residents and visitors shares this judgment widely.

Atlanta has humid subtropical climate with warm, humid summers and moderate winters by the standards of United States. Th summer afternoons with high temperature at about 90 degree F in late July. The highest temperature recorded in the city is 105 degree F. reached on July13& 17, 1980.

Economy: Economy of Atlanta includes - Textile industry, furniture, food and beverages, telecommunications hardware, paper chemicals and steel. There are plants of automobile and air craft assembly plants, printing & publishing houses and insurance companies and major T.V. Broadcasting center. Atlanta is the seat to many corporations, like Coca Cola, founded here in 1892. Olympic Games in 1996. With many major hotels Atlanta is also a huge convention center. The city has the sophisticated subway system and Harfield - Jackson Atlanta International Airport is one of the busiest in the world.

Education: Atlanta has more than 30 institutions of higher education; the famous universities are Emory, the Georgia Institute of Technology and some prominent universities such as Georgia State University, Mercer University and Oglethorpe University. City Atlanta also has Public and Private Schools. People of Atlanta enjoys many sports such as Base Ball, Ice Hockey, Soccer and Football Arena.

City Attractions: Atlanta attracts people by its notable sites which includes the Capitol (1889), the State Library, the city Hall, home of high Museum of Arts and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and the Woodruff Arts Center, the Fernbank Museum of Natural History, the state archives Building, the Building housing the huge Cyclorama of the Battle of Atlanta, Containing Civil War dead - a Oakland Cemetery, “Underground Atlanta,” a four-block Tract covered for 50 years by a viaduct system and restored as a tourist district, the Martin Luther King, Jr., National Historic Site, including King's birthplace and grave and Ebenzer Baptist Church, Grant Park with a Zoo and the Georgia Aquarium. A Carter Presidential Center (1986) which has a museum & library devoted to former President Jimmy Carter as well as a forum for the discussion of international issues.

Real Estate Dec, 06: Atlanta is starting to hit the radar screen of many residential Real Estate investors. In spite of a growing supply, the appreciation has been right around 5% annually form the last 1-2 years, and it's heavy rents provides a positive cash flow. Taxes are roughly 1% per year, which makes cash flow a bit better than Central Texas, a collective market that is experiencing much more buzz than Atlanta. Single Family Residence (SFR) ranges from $150,000 to $200,000, but rents can be good with $1,300 or even more higher. If you're willing to go farther into downtown Atlanta, away from the northern sweet-spots of Marietta, Woodstock and Lawrenceville, you can even search cheaper units with a slightly more favorable Rent-to-Sales Price ratio.

Available ZIP Codes: 30078, 30039, 30047, 30048, 30017, 30042, 30043, 30044, 30045, 30046, 30049, 30026, 30029, 30095, 30096, 30097, 30098, 30099, 30515, 30518, 30519, 30003, 30010, 30071, 30091, 30092, 30093, 30084, 30085, 30083, 30086, 30087, 30088, 30038, 30058, 30012, 30013, 30094, 30052

Atlanta is diverse in its architecture from stately Georgian mansions to modest bungalows, Atlanta's architecture varies as the cost of housing. Clean lined skyscrapers compliment the encompassing tree lined neighborhoods. While upmarket Buckhead enjoys prospering retail stores, restaurants and night time entertainment. The inner city neighborhoods such as Midtown, trendy Virginia Highlands and Inman park have been regenerated by a growing number of young Atlantans that opts for Urban.


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