Living in the Bmore/DC area and thinking of moving to Atlanta??
Recently single (26yr. old white male) and could have a job opportunity with my current company to move to Atlanta. I have family and friends in the DC/Baltimore area but also lots of memories from a lengthy relationship. I have always wanted to move South, my only fears stem from not having any friends/connections in Atlanta and I would be working from home and on the road. Any advice about the city, people, single life, ability to adapt? Thanks
Asked By: NC - 6/25/2007
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I think cowboy has time for nothing but answering questions on the computer! His book is correct. Come on down. Great place to be!
Answered By: hasdad62 - 6/25/2007
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I hope this works out for you... More
Answered By: cowboy_with_big_boots - 6/25/2007
i also agree with cowboy, one thing thogh, stay outside the beltway, MARTA area unless you making more than 5000 bucks a month, min. or on welfare. Lots of the "affordable" areas are rather dangerous and gang infested and as a white boy you gonna be the absolut minority. Basically new money in the north, old money in... More
Answered By: Thorsten L - 6/25/2007
My sisters and I was born & raised in the Metro DC area and my oldest sister and her family have lived in Atlanta over 20 years. My parents retired in Florida but recently it was necessary to relocate my elderly Mom to Atlanta bec everything is much cheaper in terms of housing when compared to DC esp where we live in... More
Answered By: DvSkV - 6/25/2007
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