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Georgia Apartments and Homes
More than 10 million people call Georgia home. From ancient mountains to rolling rivers, charming towns to the bustling metropolis of Atlanta, The Peach State offers plenty of features to attract newcomers on the search for apartment rentals.
Weather in Georgia
The weather in Georgia is generally mild in much of the state, with hot and humid summers and cool winters, with temperatures only dropping to the 40s and 50s. And as for snow? Snowfall is rare except in the mountains.
Where to Explore
Residents and tourists alike enjoy Georgia's many historical sites and natural attractions throughout the state. Scenic mountains, lakes, rivers and coastal areas provide a wide range of outdoor activities. There are also many historic sites of interest in Georgia, most of them associated with the Civil War.
Atlanta, the largest city in the state, is often considered the capital of the South. With a population of more than 500,000 and rising, the city's growth is matched by rapid economic expansion. "ATL" houses the headquarters of some of the largest and best-known companies in the nation, including Coca-Cola, United Parcel Service, Georgia-Pacific Corporation, Turner Broadcasting System and Delta Air Lines. Tall buildings and busy streets are to be found at Five Points, the city's historic business center. Away from the hustle and bustle, you can still find charming neighborhoods (some even with apartments available), tree-shaded streets and friendly communities.
Located 95 miles southwest of Atlanta, Columbus has more than 200,000 residents. Fort Benning, a large United States Army infantry base, is nearby, which contributes to Columbus's strong military and patriotic culture. Apartments in Columbus are generally more affordable compared to those in Atlanta.
A thriving industrial center and seaport, Savannah, with a population of around 150,000, is the oldest city in the state and has retained much of the culture of its gracious past, retaining its sense of Southern charm and old-fashioned hospitality. World-class restaurants, Civil War forts, art galleries, fine antique shops and other attractions make Savannah a terrific place to call home. From elegant homes in the historic Gardens District to modern apartments for rent close to downtown, housing options are plentiful.