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Article by: emmanuel@seekinternationalproperty.net (Emmanuel Adeyanju) Published: 24/05/2012

FACTS TO TALK ABOUT ATLANTA

2010 Census Report Georgia

Georgia Total Population = 9,687,653

County Population Growth Size sq. Miles

Fulton 920,581 12.8% 534.6

DeKalb 691,893 3.9% 270.9

Clayton 259,424 9.7% 144.3

Cobb 688,078 13.2% 344.5

2,559,976 9.9% 1294.3

http://georgiainfo.galileo.usg.edu/countypopulationrank.htm

As you can see these 4 counties combined encompass a large part of the Metropolitan

Atlanta area, all within 30 miles of Atlanta City.

According to the 2010 Census, Atlanta is ranked as one of the top 50 cities in the

United States and is the most populous area in Georgia. An increase in the population

over the last decade presents great validity to these statistical figures.

The metro Atlanta population has grown by 2.4 million in the last 20 years, and the

region is now home to more than half the state’s population.

Metro Atlanta is expected to add nearly 2 million people – greater than the population

of metro Austin, Texas, moving here – and 1 million jobs by 2030.

According to recent population growth research, Metro Atlanta will be among the

fastest-growing corridors in the U.S. The prediction is that by 2030, this region will

see upwards of 35% population growth, 38% job expansion, 40% growth in home

sales and a stunning 120% growth in office demand.

The most important factor to consider when looking at statistics is the metro

population, not the city population. This is relevant because there are people who

don't live in the city, but commute and support the city in various ways.

The region is consistently ranked as one of the best places to do business in the

country and more than 1,000 companies relocated their headquarters, started

operations or expanded into the Atlanta area between 2000 and 2008. The Atlanta

metropolitan area is home to more than 140,000 private firms and the headquarters of

a dozen Fortune 500 companies.

Hartsfield–Jackson Airport is located in Fulton and Clayton. It was ranked as the

world's busiest airport in 2010, both in terms of passengers and number of flights, by

accommodating 89 million passengers (243,000 passengers daily) and 950,119 flights.

Delta Airlines head quarters is located at Hartsfield-Jackson Airport and is

responsible for 59% of all domestic flights out of it.

What Others Say About Atlanta

• Forbes Magazine ranked Atlanta as the #1 rental market.

• CNNMoney.com says Atlanta is the 4th best city in America to invest in.

• Forbes Magazine ranks Atlanta the 4th most affordable

• U.S. market. 3rd in job growth.U.S. Economic Rankings

• 3rd in job growth

• Home to the world’s busiest airport: Jackson/Hartsfield International

• 2nd as America’s best cities to relocate

• 1st in U.S. as least costly large city for business

• 4th for most Fortune 500 companies’ headquarters (From the Metro Atlanta

Chamber of Commerce Chamber 101 report)

 

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Please contact the author at emmanuel@seekinternationalproperty.net for more information.

 

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