Suwanee has been dubbed the ninth
best place for
homeowners in the state of Georgia.
That's according to an analysis done by NerdWallet, which examined 68 cities with populations exceeding 15,000 to determine if they had characteristics that were most favorable to home buyers.
In its analysis, NerdWallet reviewed if homes were available in the area, if residents could afford to live in that particular city and if the city is growing.
According to the report:
Suwanee residents are heavily invested in their city–literally. In 2007, residents voted to double their property tax and acquire an additional 230 acres of green space and also created a new vibrant town center. A suburb of Atlanta, Suwanee homeowners spend 28.1% of their monthly income on homeowner costs, which average $2,000 per month. Suwanee public school test scores are top-notch.
Nearby, Sugar Hill was ranked No. 3, Johns Creek No. 6, Snellville No. 7 and Tucker No. 19.