According to data compiled by the American Community Survey, the Atlanta metro area has a median income of $54,628 for 2012, which is higher, but not drastically so, then the number in 2011–$53,681. In addition, the poverty level was analyzed. In 2012, the poverty level was 16.6 percent, and it was a slightly smaller number than 2011’s 16.8 percent. The Atlanta local movers have also found that the amount of residents without health insurance in the area decreased over the comparative time period, with 2011 showing 19.7 percent had no coverage, and 2012 showed that 18.4 percent lacked coverage.
The median value for housing in the Atlanta metro was $160,800 according to 2012 census data, which was a decrease from the value in 2011–$166,100. Rent values stayed about the same, with an average of $929 in 2012 ($935 in 2011) consisting of rent + utilities. The survey covered a wide variety of statistical data, from education to employment, commute times to languages spoken, and everything in between. So how does Atlanta compare to the national average? The national median income is at $53,607, and the national median price for homes was $188,300. Rental rates are about $925, which is pretty parallel to the Atlanta market. For additional data on the Atlanta metro area, you can check out this article here.