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Atlanta

Atlanta is a city of many contrasts. It has a rich history as well as an exciting future. The city offers a lot to do and see, but the cost of living is relatively low compared to other major cities. For example, rent can run about $800 per month for an apartment in Buckhead or Midtown, which are considered among Atlanta's most expensive areas. Comparable apartments in New York would be closer to $3,000 per month!

The average commute time by car is just under 30 minutes—less than half that of San Francisco! An average commute time of 30 minutes means you can easily get home after work and still have plenty of free time before dinner or going out on the weekends with your friends or family members who live elsewhere (or within another state).

If you're moving from another city or country, Atlanta is a great place to start. The city itself has good public transportation, but it is also one of the largest cities in America with almost 600 miles worth of MARTA (Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority) train lines! This means that you can get around town without having to drive if necessary; however, parking can be difficult during busy times such as rush hour.

In short, Atlanta is an affordable place for apartment hunters who want to live in a big city but don't want the costs associated with more expensive cities like New York or Los Angeles.

Atlanta is a great place for renters because the real estate market offers many different types of homes. This makes finding one that fits your budget much easier than other cities where every house or apartment looks exactly alike! The large number of high-density neighborhoods means that there are plenty to choose from, which helps keep prices down by offering lots of competition.

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