The financial website then evaluated those dimensions using 18 relevant metrics. Each metric was graded on a 100 point scale, with a score of 100 representing the healthiest housing market.
Each city was categorized according to the following population-size guidelines:
- Large city: More than 300,000 residents
- Midsize city: 150,000 to 300,000 residents
- Small city: Fewer than 150,000 residents
WalletHub ranked the cities all together and then separately by city size, so each has two rankings
The top area in Georgia was Athens-Clarke, ranking No. 85 overall with a score of 57.52. It fell into the small city category, where it was No. 29.
Roswell was No. 107 overall, with a score of 55.66. That score bumped it to No. 44 among small cities.
Atlanta finished No. 147, with an overall score of 53.63. When separated by city size, Atlanta came in at No. 30.
Augusta was No. 197, with a score…
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