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Renter's Guide to Conyers

Make new memories in Conyers, GA!

This small city has grown considerably in recent years, thanks to its charming Main Street community in Olde Town Conyers, combined with its proximity to the bustling city of Atlanta.

At 12 square-miles, Conyers is 11 times smaller than Atlanta. And speaking of Atlanta, it's just 25 miles to the west, meaning you're just a short drive from some great tourist attractions, sporting events, and nightlife. Conyers is also 7 miles from Lithonia and about 11 miles from Covington, GA.

The county of Rockdale, where Conyers is located, is quickly becoming the Biggest Little Film Community in Georgia, with many productions using the location for their shoots.

The weather here can get hot throughout the summertime, with temperatures reaching into the upper-80s and 90s. It can be awfully humid, as well. Average winter temperatures dip into the low 30s on the coldest nights.

Conyers, GA Demographics

  • Total Population86,617
  • Female 40,848
    Male 45,769
  • Median Age35.75

Cost of Living in Conyers, GA

The cost of living in Conyers is much lower than in Atlanta. Dinner for two at a mid-range restaurant costs around $40-$50, while a beer to go with your meal will be about $6.

Basic utility services cost an average of $147 per month, which is considerably lower than Atlanta, where the same utilities would cost you $165 per month.

The Georgia Regional Transportation Authority offers Xpress bus service from Conyers to Atlanta, with monthly passes starting at $100. Ride sharing is also available via Uber or Lyft, as well as 24-hour taxi service.

Conyers, GA Average Rent

  • Conyers, GA Average Rental Price, October, 2016$869/mo
  • Studio$775
  • 1 Bedroom$794
  • 2 Bedrooms$861

Conyers, GA Apartment Rent Ranges

  • 6%$501-$700
  • 72%$701-$1,000
  • 21%$1,001-$1,500

Conyers, GA Rent Trends

All Rentals Studio 1 Bed 2 Beds
Average Rent October, 2016 $869 $775 $794 $861
Jan / 2016 $814 $695 $738 $818
Sept / 2015 $851 $630 $788 $849
May / 2015 $818 $731 $780 $817
Jan / 2015 $782 $610 $669 $761
Sept / 2014 $779 $625 $717 $770
May / 2014 $756 $610 $695 $746
Jan / 2014 $741 $545 $673 $738
Sept / 2013 $754 $440 $662 $740
May / 2013 $743 $445 $662 $737
Jan / 2013 $705 $571 $630 $698

Average rent is projected to grow by 6% in 2016 compared to 2015.

Please note that projected rent growth is calculated at city level.

Average rent values on this page are aggregated from data from the following zip codes: 300123001330094

Living in Conyers, GA

Residents love calling Conyers home, and it's easy to see why once you start exploring the city. It's a growing community with a thriving Main Street area.

The film and television industry in George is booming, and several shows and movies have been shot right here in Conyers in recent years. That includes the TV shows The Originals, Halt & Catch Fire, and Sleepy Hollow. The latest Alvin & The Chipmunks movie filmed a scene here in Olde Town too.

There are a few drawbacks to living in Conyers, of course. The traffic heading into Atlanta can be pretty hectic, and the summers can get fairly hot and humid. Conyers also has a higher unemployment rate than Atlanta.

Things to do in Conyers

The Georgia International Horse Park is a great choice for a family outing in Conyers. It's where the equestrian events took place for the 1996 Summer Olympics. Spread across 1,400 acres, the park is not only a great place for horseback riding, it hosts all kinds of events, festivals, and concerts.

Unique Venues even named them the Best Outdoor Event Space in 2015.

The Conyers Cherry Blossom Festival is one of the many festivals held here, and it's been listed as a Top 20 Event in the Southeast by the Southeast Tourism Society. The Olde Town Fall Festival takes place every October and brings the community together with plenty of kids' activities, arts and craft vendors, tasty festival food, and entertainment.

For something a little more peaceful, you can explore the Monastery of the Holy Spirit. Participate in a retreat, or just tour the grounds and enjoy the gorgeous architecture and scenery.

If you're a sports fan, you can catch semi-pro soccer games in Conyers courtesy of the Georgia Revolution. Or hop over to Atlanta to enjoy one of their professional teams, like the Atlanta Falcons, Hawks, and Braves. Atlanta is also home to the annual SEC Championship and Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl in college football. Then there's the East Lake Golf Club, which hosts the PGA's The Tour Championship every year.

For family fun in Atlanta, check out their Georgia Aquarium, Zoo Atlanta, and the Atlanta Botanical Gardens.

Or just stay in Conyers, enjoying some shopping and dining at some of the local hotspots in Olde Town before watching a move at the local Carmike Cinemas.

Employment and Economy

While there isn't one specific industry that Conyers is known for, there are plenty of companies who call the city home.

Atlanta attracts an impressive number of major Fortune 500 companies, including Coca-Cola, Home Depot, Delta Airlines, and UPS.

Conyers, GA Households

  • Total Number of Households31,492
  • Family 23,956
    Non-family 7,536
  • Children 13,450
    No Children 18,043
  • Average People Per Household2.72
  • Median Household Income$56,321
  • Median Household Disposable Income$53,473

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Education in Conyers

The Rockdale County School District serves students both in Conyers and in nearby Stockbridge. 

For your higher education needs, there's the Georgia Perimeter College, which is a community college in nearby Decatur, along with Emory University, Georgia Tech, and Georgia State University in Atlanta.

Conyers, GA Education Statistics

  • 8%No High School
  • 14%Some HighSchool
  • 33%Some College
  • 12%Associate Degree
  • 21%Bachelor Degree
  • 12%Graduate Degree

Tips for Renting in Conyers

Ready to start your new life in Conyers?

Before signing that lease, remember that they vary from place to place. Take time to read it thoroughly so you know what you can expect from your landlord and what is expected of you.

Georgia doesn't have rent control laws, so your landlord can increase the rent as they see fit – but only once your lease term has ended.

If your landlord fails to make necessary repairs during your stay, you have the right to take care of them yourself and have the landlord reimburse you. Simply present the receipts and have them pay you back, or deduct the amount from your rent.

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