Real Estate Agents In Kennesaw GA

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Local real estate agents in Kennesaw GA

  • Local Realty

    April Echols

    Mobile: 1-770-505-9412    Office: 1-770-505-9412   

    Website Agent Listings Contact April Echols
    Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
    The Multiple Listing Service Mark

    Real estate agent in:

     Cartersville, GA - Kennesaw, GA - Dallas, GA - Marietta, GA - Hiram, GA - Acworth, GA - 

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  • Atlanta Communities Real Estate Brokerage

    Anna Pabis

    Mobile: 1-770-883-2264   

    Website Agent Listings Contact Anna Pabis
    Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
    GRI Graduate REALTOR Institute
    The Multiple Listing Service Mark

    Real estate agent in:

     Roswell, GA - Woodstock, GA - Acworth, GA - Kennesaw, GA - Smyrna, GA - Canton, GA - Alpharetta, GA - Marietta, GA - 

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Tourism in Cobb county is the economic powerhouse employing more than 35,000 people. Kennesaw is a city in Cobb county, north-west of Marietta, its largest city, and only a 30-minute drive to Downtown Atlanta. The population of the Cobb county is very diverse: 64% of the population is white, 28% African-American, and 5% Asian.
With almost 30,000 students, Kennesaw University is the 4th largest college in Georgia, which makes Kennesaw a great place for real estate investors who want to focus on student accommodation. In fact, real estate agents in Kennesaw are dealing with students all year round, helping them find the best place to stay and study.
Kennesaw has 32,646 residents - a 36% increase since 2000. The median household income is slightly above the national average, at $73,551/year. With so many students though, the city’s population almost doubles. And surprisingly, rents are not higher than the national average, staying at about $1,400 per month. Whether students choose to live on-campus or off-campus, they will pay more than the national average anyway.
But real estate agents in Kennesaw will quickly point out the bright side: the campus is huge - 602 acres - and boasts some amazing facilities:

8 lane 25-yard indoor pool
Outdoor pool with whirlpool
Two sand volleyball courts
Outdoor basketball court
Three racquetball courts
8-court tennis complex
Climbing gym

Kennesaw University ranks between #230-#301, so it’s way behind Princeton and Harvard, however, the Median starting salary of alumni is about $50,000, according to US News Best Colleges Rankings.
How do real estate agents in Kennesaw feel about this area? Well, despite all developments and proximity to Atlanta, they feel like Kennesaw is a big small town -  suburban, rural, and not particularly touristy. Weather is quite friendly, but the Cobb County area might be more prone to tornadoes. Winters are mild, but the temperature may fall below freezing. Summers are hot and muggy.
If you love to spend time outdoors, then this is the place to be because this city is close to  Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park where you will find trails and a beautiful view from the mountaintop. So, Kennesaw is a great place to raise a family. Besides the huge university, there are plenty of elementary schools and high schools, both public and private. Unfortunately, there is room for improvement when it comes to public transportation, but if you own a car, then you should be fine.
The cheapest houses start at little over $100,000 and the millage rate for property tax is 9.50 and is due on December 1 of each year. This means that you will pay $950 dollars for every $100,000 of assessed value.  
You have quite a lot of reasons to call a real estate agent from Kennesaw today, don’t you think?

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