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Atlanta Neighborhoods You Can Move Into

All My Sons of Atlanta has put together a list of Atlanta neighborhoods you might be interested in, along with a few descriptions and home listings in the area. If you think you’d like to move into any of these areas, note that the Atlanta local movers offer professional moving services and will make your moving day a breeze. We even offer packing services for an extra charge or you can do it yourself.

Acworth is a suburb located in Cobb County and is very family friendly. There’s a bunch of elementary schools as well as high schools, from Allatoona Elementary to Barber Middle School and more. It has two nearby lakes called Lake Allatoona and Lake Acworth. The average price for a home here is about $190,000 with rent going for about $1200 a month.

Canton is another neighborhood in Atlanta with an average home price of $214,900. It’s the fastest growing city in Georgia and the fifth fastest growing city in the U.S. The average rent goes for about $1,300 per month. About 82% of the population in this area own their homes and about 13% rent. 

Ball Ground is a very small, quaint neighborhood with only about 765 people living in it. The homes are very affordable, at about $175,000 and rentals are about $1000 a month. Young rural families only have about half an hour of commute to get to work. People lead busy middle class lives in this part of Atlanta.

The Alpharetta, means first town in Greek, neighborhood use to be a campground and was known as New Prospect Camp Ground until late 1858. Today, it’s one of the farthest out large suburbs in metro Atlanta and home to many mid-rise buildings and high-tech companies including Nortel, IBM, Sun Microsystems, E*Trade and more. The average price for a home here is more pricey, at $325,000 and rentals go for $1,600. There’s also a bigger inventory of homes for sale.

Roswell, where Roswellians live, has an up-and-coming business class, with dual-income families with children who are highly educated. Many executives and professionals live here. The average price for a home is about $300, 000 and rent goes for about $1,500.

Other neighborhoods in Atlanta, Georgia include Cumming, Marrieta, Holly Springs, Woodstock, Jasper and Big Canoe. If you think Atlanta’s right for you, don’t forget to get your free moving quote online on All My Sons moving website. Just let us know what type of move you anticipate and we’ll gladly give you an affordable moving estimate.