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Moving to Georgia?

For those living in Georgia, the mild winters and relaxed summers lend a feeling of calm to their lifestyles. Georgia is one of the oldest states, and its longstanding tradition of extending the fabled southern hospitality is evident in smiles (and glasses of sweet tea) that neighbors share with each other. Georgians enjoy a beautiful coastline, fertile interior and plenty of big-city living in the metropolis of Atlanta.

 

Why move to Georgia?

Whether you are looking for single family homes, condos or townhomes for rent in Georgia, you can find premium-quality homes without paying luxury-level prices. The state has a low cost of living due in part to the availability of local foods, including Georgia’s famous peaches.

Getting the Most Out of Your Rental

It’s always best to brush up on renter rights before moving to a new state. According to the State of Georgia Department of Community Affairs, “Georgia law does not regulate the details of the landlord-tenant relationship but does set forth the general rights and responsibilities of landlords and tenants.” Although specific state and federal laws protect renters, make sure you understand and agree with all the details set forth in your lease prior to signing anything.

Hotlanta

Don’t be fooled into thinking the city’s nickname refers to the summertime weather! Atlanta offers exciting venues and activities, such as baseball’s Turner Field, home of the perennial playoff participants, the Atlanta Braves. You’ll find ample opportunity to visit museums, galleries and concert venues for music of all genres. Since Atlanta is one of the major airport hubs in the country, it’s also home to a diverse range of cultures and cuisine, not to mention the best southern cooking you’re likely to find anywhere.

The Southern Coast of the Atlantic

The beautiful coastline of southeastern Georgia includes popular tourist destinations, such as Hilton Head Island in neighboring South Carolina. You may want to look for a house for rent in coastal Savannah, Georgia’s oldest city. Founded in 1733, the city is home to unique architecture and historic squares. And, thanks to its proximity to the water, you’re sure to taste the best seafood in the South, whether dining out or at home.

Relocate to Georgia and settle into the lifestyle that suits you: relaxation and contentment in the country or excitement and fun in the city. Look into a new rental today, and discover this interesting and unique state.

Georgia Renter Resources

Tenant Rights

U.S. Department of Housing and Development                                   

Georgia Department of Revenue                             

Georgia DOT and Regional Transportation Information    

Georgia School and Education Overview                          

Georgia Moving Guide and Resources                               

Georgia Landlord Tenant Handbook                        

Georgia DMV and Vehicle Registration                              

How to Register to Vote in Georgia