Here is the latest RentCafe report that reveals the top 50 cities in the U.S. where remote workers can get the best value for their money.
Atlanta is the third most desirable city for remote workers in Georgia thanks to the comfortable living and plenty of co-working spaces it offers.
Here’s how Atlanta ranks in some of the categories:
Atlanta is the 7th most comfortable living hotspot for remote workers, coming in after Alpharetta, GA, thanks to the 66,8% share of high-end units and spacious apartments that average 974 square feet.
#11 Remote Work Readiness
The capital of Georgia is home to a growing community of apartment dwellers working from home (12.8% of all the residents). What’s more, Atlanta offers plenty of co-working spaces, with an average of 431 remote workers per co-working space.