It’s median home value of $447,800 and 3.6% unemployment rate — the second lowest in Georgia — earned it an 8.5 out of 10 SnackAbility rating.
Johns Creek landed in second place earning a SnackAbility rating of 9.5. The former Alpharetta city became it’s own entity in 2006 and has a population of 83,637. Residents here have some of the highest incomes in the state with a salary of $116,070. And crime is also low as only 34 violent crimes occurred in 2019.
In first place was Alpharetta, which came out on top for the second year in a row.
The home of mixed-use development Avalon has an unemployment rate of 4.6% and public schools are ranked third in the state when it comes to per-student spending. Homes average $392,200, making them the sixth most expensive in the state; that equates to a high desire to live there. And residents take home nearly double the median household income of Georgians, earning $105,908 annually. Those factors combined gave Alpharetta a 9 SnackAbility rating.
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Best places to live in Georgia for 2020
- Johns Creek
- Sandy Springs