Rent to Own Homes near Forest Park, GA

  • The 18,000 people that make up Forest Park are incredibly lucky. They are close enough to Atlanta to enjoy the benefits of the city, but far enough to carve out their own identity as part of Clayton County. In this more rural, close-knit community, residents can enjoy nature in places like the International Park with its six-acre lake..

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Top 4 Reasons to Live in Forest Park, Georgia

  • A great place for commuters! It is easy for Forest Park residents to commute to Atlanta, which is only 11 miles away. In the near future it will get even easier, as Clayton County is linked Atlanta by Metropolitan Atlanta Transit Authority buses and trains. This will be in addition to the current regular bus service to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta airport and easy access to highways 75 and 285.
  • One of the world's up and coming business centers! Atlanta is a city on the rise. Coca Cola and 12 other Fortune 500 have their headquarters in the Atlanta city center. In addition, 50 countries are represented in the form of consulates. If one wants to take advantage of the business opportunities in the Atlanta but need to study more, they can enroll at the Clayton State University. Only three miles from Forest Park, in nearby Morrow, it boasts one of the best business colleges in the country.
  • A variety of properties! Many towns outside big cities tend to have only family homes, but Forest Park boasts not only family homes for sale, but apartments, studios, and high rises. There is something for everybody. Even those that have a regular job in Atlanta can afford to enjoy the benefits of both rural and city living. Nowadays that is rare. Check out communities such as Bradford Ridge Apartments, a part of JAMCO Properties.
  • Inexpensive house prices! Considering Forest Park is so close to Atlanta, the rental homes and homes for sale are very reasonable. Even Conley, the most expensive area in Forest Park, has a median house value of only $106,000. That is about 70 percent less expensive than other neighborhoods in the United States. In terms of house prices, the least expensive area is Ledgewood Drive, where the median house price is $65,000. The city center has the cheapest rent and rent to own properties at only $684,000.