A Georgia House panel on Tuesday aired out much-debated sweeping legislation that would prevent local governments from regulating everything from the color of a home’s exterior to the amount of vinyl siding to whether a home can be built on a concrete slab.
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Atlanta’s BeltLine Shows How Urban Parks Can Drive ‘Green Gentrification’ if Cities Don’t Think About Affordable Housing at the Start
Is Atlanta a good place to live? Recent rankings certainly say so.
Nonprofits, Governments Team Up to Help People Keep a Roof Overhead Amid Georgia Housing Crisis
In Atlanta’s housing market where exorbitant home prices and high rents are excluding even many middle-class families, Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens and other local luminaries earlier this month stood outside a house built in 1949 that could help buck the trend by providing a safe and affordable place to live.
Georgia Statewide Rent Significantly Less Than National Average
The average rent nationwide for a one-bedroom home is $1,105 per month and $1,342 for a two-bedroom home.