What Jobs in ATL Earn Enough for Home Buying?

Considering a job healthcare? Perhaps thats not such a bad idea in Atlanta. According to our latest research on home affordability by occupation in every US metro, Atlanta is one of the best places to become a homeowner for employees in 22 of the fastest-growing careers, including in the construction section. A heathcare worker earns on avg. $107K, double the qualifying income needed to comfortably become a homeowner in the area.

Average incomes in the Atlanta metro hover around $66K and homes cost an average of $339K, making it possible to save up a 20% down payment of $67,815 in a reasonable average time of 5.1 years across all the professions. If you’re a marketing or sales manager, you’ll already earn about $144K here — and you’ll need only a little over two years to save up — while other top managers and executives all make averages of more than $110K.

Given that American workers are experiencing, by many measures, one of the best job markets ever, the report might help potential homebuyers rethink their current options or decide where to settle — not every profession’s paycheck can comfortably support a mortgage.

Please check out the full report for more detailed data here: https://www.storagecafe.com/blog/the-us-metros-where-most-professionals-can-still-afford-a-home/

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