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Augusta real estate is as diverse as its people with numerous housing options. Whether you are looking for a luxury home above the Savannah River banks, or a historic home in the heart of the city, home buyers are bound to find the right home that meets their family’s needs and their lifestyles. Real estate in the Augusta area includes single family homes, luxury properties, golf homes, town homes, condos, and investment properties.
About Augusta, Georgia:
From the beautiful riverfront area to its many distinct neighborhoods, the city of Augusta combines endless opportunities with Southern charm and hospitality. As the second oldest and largest city in Georgia at 195,844 residents in 2010, Augusta is tucked along the Savannah River and South Carolina border, approximately 140 miles east of Atlanta. Augusta is part of the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA) which consists of eight counties in Georgia and five counties in neighboring SC, with a total population of over 534,000 as of 2008. Residents enjoy the small town ambiance that this river city radiates while taking advantage of diverse industries, good schools, excellent healthcare, numerous recreational facilities and a wide array of cultural and entertainment options.
And, Augusta, GA has received it’s share of cudos! Augusta was voted the best city to purchase a starter home in September of 2010. CNBC.com revealed this news as Augusta’s median home prices, valued at $107,900, remained lower than 60% of the current national average. Add the fact that Augusta is also nationally known for its low cost of living, and home buyers can anticipate to dedicate approximately 14% of their yearly income to their mortgage. On another note, Augusta ranked #2 as the nation’s most recession proof city in June 2010. According to CNNMoney.com Augusta placed 2nd of 21 large metropolitan areas on a report, MetroMonitor, released by Brookings Institute’s Metropolitan Policy Program. Augusta posted job growth gains during the last two quarters prior to the report. As for first quarter 2010 calculations, the Brookings Institution ranked the Augusta metro area seventh based upon the housing market and improving jobs. In addition, Augusta received recognition in 2009 from Businessweek. Augusta ranked #11 on America’s 25 Next Recovering Job Markets, #23 on the Forty Strongest U.S. Metro Economies, and voted 19th in home price growth within the nation. The reports cited manufacturing, medicine, and the military as the key contributors for this acknowledgement. Also in 2009, Forbes ranked Augusta as the 5th Best Bang for the Buck City in the United States. Best Life Magazine ranked Augusta the 85th Best Place to Raise a Family in 2008, and Where to Retire Magazine ranked Augusta number four among the United States’ low-cost cities to retire in 2005. In addition, a 2008 report from MSN revealed that Augusta was ranked number 16 of 66 cities where buying instead of renting makes sense.
History and cultural diversity is never more evident than in Downtown Augusta. Historic streets compliment the Riverwalk Augusta, which was constructed along the crest of the levee dividing Georgia from South Carolina. The Riverwalk area includes a convention center, park, shops, and The Morris Museum of Art, which showcases the work of many talented Southern artists. From the riverfront to the river, the Augusta Canal was constructed in 1845 and is currently the only industrial canal in the American South still being used. The National Heritage Area features many historical exhibits as well as outdoor recreation activities including boat tours, canoeing, kayaking, and rowing.
Augusta hosts several special events that draw thousands of people to this charming Southern city. Each April, the best of the best golfers converge on Augusta to compete in the profession’s most prestigious match – the Masters Tournament. This annual tournament has been held at the Augusta National Golf Club since 1934. For sports fans who want more speed, they head to the riverfront every summer for the Augusta Southern Nationals. Each year, more than 100 teams from 25 states compete in the “World’s Richest Drag Boat Race.” During the summer months, residents also enjoy watching their minor league team, the Augusta Green Jackets, circle the diamond.
For those who prefer cultural events to sports, Augusta also has its fair share of ballet, opera, drama, choral societies, art galleries, and museums. The Arts in the Heart of Augusta is an annual festival that celebrates art, culture, and food from different ethnic groups. On the first Friday of each month, local and national talent, artisans, and other vendors line up along Artists Row to display their creative and unique ware. For more shopping, The Augusta Mall ranks as the second largest mall outside of Atlanta with more than 150 stores, restaurants, and boutiques. If you can’t find what you’re looking for there, Surrey Center, Augusta Exchange, and Mullins Crossing offer a wide selection of alternative shops.
If history and cultural weren’t enough, Augusta also offers outstanding services in the medical and education fields. With more than eight hospitals and various medical centers, the greater Augusta area can provide residents with exceptional healthcare – both preventative and emergency. In fact, the Medical College of Georgia (MCG) was ranked the top 14th Best Place to Work in Academia in the United States in 2009 by The Scientist magazine, and many of these professionals choose to stay in Augusta even after they complete their training.
The Richmond County school system has approximately 32,000 students. Richmond County’s three magnet schools have received national recognition. For example, Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School for grades 6-12 has been recognized for the top SAT scores in the state of Georgia for the last consecutive 11 years. Founded in 1783, The Academy of Richmond County (ARC) is the oldest educational institute in the state of Georgia and one of the oldest in the nation.
For enlisted personnel, Fort Gordon, the largest communications and electronics training center in the world, spans over 57,000 acres and employees approximately 30,000 people. Augusta is also the home of E-Z-GO Textron, Inc. that was founded in 1954 and one of the two largest golf and utility vehicle manufacturers in the world, both of which are located in the metropolitan area.
To learn more about the appeal of the Augusta area and the endless options available to it’s residents, just call, email, or text me for assistance. I look forward to hearing from you, regardless if you are buying, selling, or investing in real estate! I can even help you find a reputable realtor when you relocate to another area of the United States or Canada!
Companies that have facilities, headquarters or distribution centers in Augusta include Electrolux (US headquarters), CareSouth, T-Mobile, Solo Cup Company, Automatic Data Processing, International Paper, NutraSweet, Teleperformance, E-Z-GO, Elanco, Club Car (Worldwide Headquarters), John Deere, Procter & Gamble, Kellogg’s, Delta Air Lines baggage call center , and upstart clothing company Whitewear founded by Augusta native Stacy B. White. Starbucks will be a new addition to the area when they open a manufacturing plant in 2014.
Community information by Aundrea Goodin
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Augusta includes the friendly communities of Albion Acres, Alexander Commons, Antebellum South, Apple Valley, Asbury Hill, Augusta View Estates, Aumond Heights, Aumond Place, Aylesbury Commons, Barnett Crossing, Barton Chapel Hills, Barton Village, Bartram Place, Bayvale Park, Beacon Ridge, Beckmont, Bedford Heights, Bel Ridge, Belair Heights, Belair Hills Estates, Belfair Lakes, Bellemeade, Berckman Hills, Birnam Woods, Bloomingdale, Bourne Place, Brandywine,Breckenridge, Breezy Hill Homes, Breezy Hill Plantation, Brendell Place, Briarcliff, Bridgeport, Briercliff, Brookfield West, Brookwood, Brynwood, Buckhaven, Burch Grant, Caddenwoods, Camellia Gardens, Cameron, Carnes Place, Carol Acres, Cascade Heights, Cedar Ridge Farms, Charlestowne, Cherry Hills, Christa Court, Clairmont, Clara Davis, Clarence W Mobley, Colony Park, Conifer Place, Cotswold Place, Country Club Estates, Country Club Hills, Country Club Hills Condominiums, Country Place, Covington, Creek Bend, Creek Farms, Creekview West, Crestview, Crofton, Cross Creek Estates, Cypress Pointe, Dallas Heights, Devereux, Dunnington, Eagle Pointe, East View, Elderberry, Emerald Bay, Engleside Annex, Evelynwood, Evergreen, F R Miles, Fairington, Fairvale, Fairway Villas at Goshen, Fernwood, Fireside, Fleming Acres, Forest Acres, Forest Hills, Forest Hills Racquet Club, Forest Place, Fleming Heights, Forest Estates, Forest Estates West, Forest Park, Foxhall, Georgetown, Glenn Hills, Goshen, Goshen Plantation, Gardenbrook, Georgetown South, Gordon Woods, Goshen Manor, Fruitland Estates, Georgetown Estates, Fountainhead Condominiums, Glendale, Foxcreek Villas, Gardner Woods, Granite Hill, Harrisburg, Green Meadows Estates, Goshen Retreat, Greenbrier, Goulds Corner, Heathers Glenn, Highland Park, Hillcreek, Hopetown II, Hudson Trace, Hunters Mill, Hillsdale, Hunters Ridge, Hillwood, Hornsby, Harwood, Holly Hills, Helena Woods, Howard Park, Kamell West, Kings Grant, Kings Wood, Kingston, Lakemont, Laney Walker, J.H. 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If you are looking to buy or sell a home in any of these fine communities, call Susan MacEwen. Susan Drives You Home!