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Old 11-20-2010, 10:45 PM
 
Location: Newnan, GA
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I'm thinking of moving to Peachtree City for the schools, low crime, and atmosphere. However, I have noticed that Hampton's home prices are extremely low, costing about a third to comparable homes in PTC. It seems there are a lot of foreclosures in that area. Did a big employer move out of the city? Did builders over estimate the growth rate? Why are the homes so affordable?
Info on schools, crime, and severe weather in both Hampton and in Peachtree will be appreciated.
Schools and crime are no comparison, Peachtree City schools are top in the state for a reason, kids there routinely have gone to Ivy League or out west for college(Stanford, UC Berkeley, etc.) I've lived in Newnan (about 15 min west of Peachtree City)for 26 years and I haven't noticed much of a difference of tornado frequency between the two. Cobb county has the most in Georgia. Good luck.
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Old 09-05-2011, 02:17 PM
 
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I'm seriously considering moving to Hampton because Peachtree City is significantly more expensive; you get more for your money in Hampton. Know friends who live in Hampton and they really love it. They are commuters but have no complaints about traffic in the area especially after having previously lived in California. Sadly there are no Trader Joes or Whole Foods stores within the immediate area but that may change soon due to the area's continuing growth. It'll also be an even better place to live with the new expanded rail service eventually going in.
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Old 04-27-2019, 04:50 PM
 
Location: Columbus, GA
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Hi PTC Dad and you're right, but Tirrells is just spamming his shady real estate website.
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