North Fulton's Johns Creek is Wealthiest City in Georgia

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Johns Creek, the new municipality in Fulton County's northeastern corner, is the wealthiest city in Georgia and the 95th wealthiest in the nation according to a recently-released study by Bizjournals.

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Johns Creek, the new municipality in Fulton County's northeastern corner, is the wealthiest city in Georgia and the 95th wealthiest in the nation according to a recently-released study by Bizjournals. The median household income in Johns Creek is $108,416, and the average home value is $335,900.

Other Georgia cities listed among the nation's top 250 wealth centers are Sandy Springs (123), Dunwoody (130), Alpharetta (203) and Peachtree City (230). Cities were ranked according to 10 factors retrieved from US Census data, including income levels, home sizes and values, number of cars owned and educational attainment.

In Johns Creek, 39.6 percent of homes have nine or more rooms, indicative of the above average size of new homes in North Fulton. Five percent of Johns Creek households own four or more cars, requiring more garage space. These factors contribute to the high median home value, which is almost $15,000 higher than in nearby Alpharetta. In that popular city, median home value is $321,800, 30 percent of homes have more than nine rooms and 2.2 percent of households own four or more cars.

Two DeKalb County cities, located much further in and more indicative of new homes in Intown Atlanta, were ranked the next highest among Georgia's wealth centers. Homes appear to be smaller on average, but values are higher. In Sandy Springs, median home value is $451,200, with 20.1 percent having more than nine rooms. In Dunwoody, median home value is $393,700, with 28.1 percent having more than nine rooms.

Peachtree City was the only South Atlanta location ranked among the nation's wealth centers. Buyers looking for new homes in this Southside Atlanta location will find an average home value of $266,800, with 26.2 percent of homes having more than nine rooms. Homebuyers will likely find spacious garages in Fayette County, too, with 6.2 percent of Peachtree City households owning four or more cars.

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