Looking for a neighborhood that offers caviar dreams on a salmon budget?
Well, according to a recent ranking, four metro Atlanta suburbs offer the best bang for the buck within miles of the bustling metropolitan. Livability recently announced its “6 Most Affordable Cities in Georgia” list with Macon suburb Warner Robins ranking No. 1, Duluth coming in at No. 2 and Gainesville ranking No. 3.
The website, which has offered a "best places to live" list for 28 years, designates the most affordable cities in Georgia using metrics collected on quality of life, housing, transportation options and best cost of living compared to other communities in Georgia.
Livability pulled data from public and private research hubs including Walk Score, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Affairs, U.S. Census Bureau, Great Schools and many other sources for the most budget-conscious towns in Georgia.
Here’s the full list of Georgia’s 6 most affordable cities:
1. Warner Robins