Whochs Background Checks is a popular service, which helps to find or check out people of Georgia. The website can be used for free. It is necessary to know something to start searching: name, phone number, zip code or address. You will get some information, which will help to find the person. But there is also a premium access. In this case you will get even more information: phone number and run a background check to get ahold of criminal records, bankruptcies, marriage and divorce history, liens against them, and more.

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Notable People from Georgia Notable Work/Position Born
James "Jimmy" Earl Carter Jr 39th President of the United States Plains, GA
Martin Luther King Jr Civil rights movement leader and Nobel Peace Prize recipient (1964) Atlanta, GA
Ray Charles Singer, songwriter, musician and composer Albany, GA
Spike Lee Award-winning film director, producer, writer and actor Atlanta, GA
Ty Cobb American Major League Baseball (MLB) player Narrows, GA
Gladys Knight Singer, songwriter, actress & 7 time Grammy Award winner Atlanta, GA

Searching for Someone in Georgia

It is 8th the most populated American state and its population is over 10 million people and there are over 3,6 million households. The average household size was 2.71 in 2018. It can be difficult to find someone in Georgia due to the fact that there are a lot of people. Keep in mind age, gender, and demographic to get the most accurate report.

The predominant race in Georgia is white, making up 60.8% of the state’s population. The average age is 38 years. The part of women in Georgia is 51,3%. The most populated city of the state is Atlanta, its population is about 490,000 people.

The state population is rather young. Persons below 25 make up about 33% of the population. As for the workforce, about 6,3 million people work in Georgia now. The problem of refreshing the labor force is solved by many universities. So, people move to Georgia to graduate and stay here. Moreover, some students move here with their family. The oldest university of the US is located in Athens, Georgia. It was founded in 1785.

 

Top 3 Schools City # of Graduates Graduation Rate Acceptance Rate Most Popular Degrees
University of Georgia Athens 10,873 85% 54% Finance
Georgia Institute of Tech Atlanta 6,246 82% 26% Engineering
Emory University Atlanta 4,921 91% 25% Business Admin

Georgia Real Estate

It is easy to use White Pages to know more about your potential neighbors in Georgia. We do recommend you to use the service if you are going to move to Georgia. It will let you understand whether the district is calm and who are the owner. Moreover, it is possible to find some barriers for deal with in some cases.

Home value in Georgia increased by 10,2% in 2019 and the average annual growth is 6,3%. So, it is a great investment in the property. The average home value is $188,500 with the median price per square foot at $119. As for the rent, the price is rather high - $1,400, but it is lower than the national rate. The listing price for the property in Georgia is $259,900. There is no need to purchase flats or houses for the money because you can decrease the price up to 30% while negotiating with the owner.

Atlanta, Georgia, has the highest prices for the property. It was $300,000 in 2019 and it was 2% higher than the national rate.

City Avg. Home Value Avg. Household Income
Atlanta $299,400 $57,597
Augusta-Richmond $154,200 $39,258
Macon-Bibb $117,300 $38,247
Columbus $94,900 $43,239

Georgia Facts

  • Official Name: Georgia
  • Name Meaning: A feminine form of the Greek George, meaning "tiller of the soil or farmer."
  • Nickname: The Peach State
  • Constitution Ratified: 1788
  • Statehood: January 2, 1788 (4th State)
  • Capital: Atlanta
  • Total Number of Counties: 159
  • Largest City: Atlanta
  • Largest County (by population): Fulton
  • Population (as of 2018): 10.4 million
  • History: Georgia is the southernmost colony of the 13 colonies. It was established in 1788. Georgia declared about the denunciation of the Treaty on Union on January 19, 1861. So, it became one of the first Confederate states. It was 7 originally. That is the last state, which was restored to the Union on July 15, 1870. It is 8th most populated state of the USA and it is 24th largest by territory. Georgia's width is 230 miles and length is 298 miles.
  • 14 Georgia countries were in the list of TOP-100 fastest-growing in 2007-2008. The better result was in Texas.

  • Atlanta’s population includes about 55% of the total population of Georgia.

  • There were the Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1996.

  • The highest building out of New York and Chicago is the Bank of America Plaza. It was built in 1992.

  • Georgia had the longest unbroken record of single party dominance by the Democratic Party up to 1964.

  • Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is in Georgia. It is the busiest one in the world by passenger traffic and aircraft traffic.

  • There were produced more films in Georgia than in California in 2016.

  • Forrest Gump, Hidden Figures, Captain America: Civil War, Black Panther and other famous films were produced in Georgia. 

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