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Renter's Guide to Duluth
You’ll love calling Duluth, Georgia home!
A progressive city with an eye towards the future, Duluth continues to thrive and grow. The city and its surrounding area boast an assortment of entertainment venues, events, and attractions sure to keep you satisfied.
Niche ranked Duluth #4 on their list of Best Atlanta Suburbs for Millennials and 12th for Best Places to Buy a Home in the Metro Atlanta Suburbs, while Culture Trip ranked Duluth among the Top 10 Most Beautiful Towns in Georgia.
At 10 square-miles, Duluth is 13 times smaller than Atlanta. And speaking of Atlanta, it's just 30 miles from Duluth, meaning it's just a short drive away when you're in the mood to enjoy a sporting event or have an evening out with friends.
The weather in Duluth can get very warm during the summer, with temperatures reaching into the upper-80’s and 90’s, along with high humidity. Average winter temperatures are in the low 50's, though they do occasionally drop below freezing. The city receives around 53 inches of rain per year, meaning snow isn't out of the question on those colder days.
Duluth, GA Demographics
- Total Population28,294
Female 13,027Male 15,267
- Median Age36.5
Cost of Living in Duluth, GA
Livability ranked Duluth as the second most affordable city in Georgia.
Bus service in Duluth is provided by Gwinnett County Transit, with monthly passes starting at $130. Ride sharing is also available via Uber or Lyft, as well as 24-hour taxi service.
Unfortunately, Atlanta is rated among the 10 worst cities in the US for traffic, and some of that congestion does affect Duluth residents – particularly if you're commuting.
Average Rent in Duluth, GA
- Duluth, GA Average Rental Price, January, 2018$1,153/mo
- 1 Bedroom$992
- 2 Bedrooms$1,198
Duluth, GA Apartment Rent Ranges
Duluth, GA Rent Trends
|All rentals||Studio||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds|
|Jan / 2017||$1,110||$765||$984||$1,174|
|Sept / 2016||$1,125||$780||$977||$1,187|
|May / 2016||$1,102||$735||$965||$1,155|
|Jan / 2016||$1,043||$675||$916||$1,101|
|Sept / 2015||$1,018||$725||$914||$1,079|
|May / 2015||$1,003||$715||$892||$1,049|
|Jan / 2015||$976||$600||$850||$1,021|
Average rent is projected to grow by 5% in 2017 compared to 2016.
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: 3009630097
Living in Duluth
There are many pros to living in Duluth, GA. Duluth has a kind of small town ambiance, but it's so close to Atlanta that you still get to take advantage of its big city amenities. That includes amazing attractions like the World of Coca-Cola, the CNN Center, Centennial Park (site of the 1996 Olympics), and the birthplace of Martin Luther King, Jr. Atlanta also boasts some great professional sports teams, like the Atlanta Falcons of the NFL, the Atlanta Hawks of the NBA, and the MLB's Atlanta Braves.
But living in Duluth does have its drawbacks. Summers can get awfully toasty and humid, for one. And while Atlanta and Duluth are home to numerous Fortune 500 companies, the area suffers from higher than average unemployment.
Things to do in Duluth
There are plenty of great parks in and around Duluth, equipped with great playground structures, hiking and walking trails, and home to regularly held community events. McDaniel Farm Park is fantastic if you’re looking for somewhere to bring the kids. There’s a 1930’s-style farm, blacksmith shed, and other historic sites to check out.
The Southeastern Railway Museum is another fun place that's worth exploring. The museum is home to both antique and operational diesel locomotives, plus a railway car used by President Warren G. Harding.
Downtown Duluth offers boutique shopping, restaurants, and plenty of events and festivals, including an amphitheater used for concerts. Events include Food Truck Fridays, which helps residents experience the best food around, the New Year’s Extravaganza, which ends in a fantastic fireworks display, and Art Week, an 8-day event showcasing the best artists around with demonstrations, events for kids, and tons of local eats.
Even sports fans are in luck. Duluth is home of the Atlanta Gladiators, a local minor league hockey team. But things get even more exciting when you make the short drive over to Atlanta. Not only is the city home to its own MLB, NFL, and NBA teams, college football fans can catch the SEC Championship and Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl here every year. And golf fans will be happy to know that the The Tour Championship is held annually at the nearby East Lake Golf Club.
Atlanta also has some great places to take the family, like the Georgia Aquarium, Zoo Atlanta, and the Atlanta Botanical Gardens.
Or just spend the day in Duluth, drifting down the local river in your inner tube, while sipping on your favorite beverage.
Looking for a place where businesses thrive, diversity is celebrated, and folks gather together to celebrate in a bustling downtown? Check out Duluth, GA
Economy and Employment in Duluth, GA
While there isn't one specific industry that Duluth is famous for, AGCO Corporation and NCR Corporation are two Fortune 500 companies that provide jobs here.
Nearby Atlanta is home to the headquarters of seven more Fortune 500 companies, including Coca-Cola, Home Depot, and UPS. Two other major employers in Atlanta are Delta Airlines and Emory University.
Duluth, GA Households
- Total Number of Households10,823
Family 7,327Non-family 3,496
Children 3,914No Children 6,909
- Average People Per Household2.61
- Median Household Income$55,660
- Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,162
Education in Duluth, GA
Duluth is served by Gwinnett County Public Schools, along with most of the other cities in the county. For your higher education needs, there's Georgia Gwinnett College, which is located just east of Duluth. And in Atlanta, there's the Georgia Institute of Technology, otherwise known as Georgia Tech, as well as Georgia State University.
Duluth, GA Education Statistics
- No High School3%
- Some High School30%
- Some College17%
- Associate Degree9%
- Bachelor Degree27%
- Graduate Degree13%
Tips for Renting in Duluth
Ready to head on down to Duluth? We bet! But first, let's take a minute to get familiar with the local tenant laws.
Once the lease period ends, your landlord is legally able to increase rent as much as they see fit – Georgia does not have rent control laws.
If the landlord fails to make needed repairs during your time there, you can have it taken care of on your own and have the landlord reimburse you. Simply present them with a receipt for the costs, then deduct that amount from your rent.
Of course, certain rental agreements can vary depending on the apartment complex or landlord that you're renting from, so be sure to read the lease carefully and know what’s expected of you and your landlord.
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