Posted on April 11th, 2011 by Ricardo Louis
You’ve got a debate on your hands. You know you want to move to the state Georgia; that’s for certain. The only thing is you’re not sure what part of the state you want to move to. Should you hire residential movers to help you pack up and relocate to the big city lifestyle of Atlanta? Or should you employ a group of moving experts to carefully transport your possessions to the country, quiet lifestyle of Macon? Well, while both of these cities are great in their own right, the city of Augusta, GA has it’s fair share of qualities as well. We present to you the best reasons to move to Augusta, GA.
- Booming economy – One of the main reasons people relocate is to find a job, or to upgrade from their current one. Luckily for anyone thinking of moving here, Augusta is one of the broadest economic centers in the country. Whether your focus is in industrial, professional or in tourism, all of these fields thrive in the area. In particular, tourism is a burgeoning field, since people from colder weather states flock to Georgia to warm up during the cold months of the year.
- Location, Location, Location! – The city is a fair driving distance to Atlanta, Savannah and the South Carolina border. Popular spots like Miami, FL and the nation’s capital of Washington, D.C. are accessible within just a day’s worth of driving. One of the main factors people look at when moving is conveniency, and Augusta’s location fits the bill quite well.
- You Won’t Get Bored – Certain cities claim to offer a variety of activities and attractions for people once they’ve moved there, when it reality the selection of things to do is very scarce. This isn’t the case with Augusta. You can see the beautiful paintings at the Morris Museum of Art, or you can try to score tickets to watch the Masters at the Augusta National Golf Course. Plenty of cities suffer from flat-out having nothing to do; fortunately for anyone moving here, Augusta doesn’t suffer from this problem.
- Beaches! – Sure, they may take a while to get to (roughly three hours), but boy, are the beautiful ocean and sand worth it. You even have a choice of which state you want to go to the beach in; South Carolina’s Myrtle Beach or Savannah Beach are well within reason.
- Weather – Now since Augusta is located in the northern part of the state, it doesn’t really reap the warm weather benefits of cities in the southern region. But compared to the bitter cold places up north, Augusta has good weather. When you combine all of these factors, from beaches to job opportunities to its prime location, you’ve got yourself a winner.
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