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Overview of Tucker

Tucker apartments for rent sit roughly 14 miles southwest of Atlanta, offering the perfect combination of city living and a suburban lifestyle. This census-designated place in DeKalb County is home to about 27,500 people, according to City-Data. This community is a perfect place to raise a family because there are plenty of outstanding attractions in the city, including sports and culture events, museums and family-friendly amenities. Residents of Tucker apartments can also take advantage of Tucker Day Festival, a community favorite that features art, food, live music and more. 

Living in Tucker

There are many reasons why you may want to look at Tucker apartments for rent, as this community is rated as exceptionally livable with a rating of 84 by AreaVibes. Based on the city's local amenities, stable housing market, low cost of living and high income per capita, Tucker is one of the best places in the Peach State to call home. In fact, the website ranked the city as the No. 10 best in the state. As Tucker hugs Interstate 285 and Highway 410, residents can easily get to and from this sought-after community.

Tucker Apartments and Cost of Living

One of the most desirable traits of Tucker apartments for rent is the abundance of amenities, so you should be surprised that the median rental rate is 39 percent more than the state's rate. Although the overall cost of living in Tucker is 6 percent higher than the Georgia average, it is on par with the nationwide average, so renters who are moving from out of state shouldn't have a problem adjusting to costs here. In addition, the median household income is 60 percent more than the average income throughout the state.

Tucker is considered a car-dependent community, according to WalkScore, so residents will have to consider transportation costs before moving here. The average cost of gallon of gas is 2 percent more than the state's average, and the commute time is about 7 percent longer.

Apartments in Tucker Work and Study

Students living in apartments for rent in Tucker will be within minutes of one of the top schools in the region: Georgia State University. Founded in 1913, this school offers more than 250 degree programs with 100 fields of study. Other schools in the area include Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts and Medtech College.

Residents of apartments in Tucker also have access to many jobs located in Atlanta, several of which are Fortune 500 companies. Home Depot, UPS, Coca-Cola Company and Delta Airlines are just a few. The Atlanta airport is also a major contributor to employment in the area.