The cherokees are on the rise.
The latest report from the National Association of Realtors shows that, since 2007, the number of renter-occupied properties in the city has grown from 5,600 to 7,600.
A total of 5,800 of those are leased.
And of those, only 2,100 are in the $10 million to $15 million range.
The rest are rentals.
The average rental for a house in the state of Georgia is $1,000 a month, according to the Real Estate Board of Georgia.
“It’s not uncommon for a lease to be worth $10 to $20 million.
In fact, the average lease is over $20,000,” said Julie McBride, the regional director of the REALTORS.
She says that’s more than double the $2,700 a month average for a one-bedroom apartment.
And, with the Cherokees’ increasing presence, some local governments are beginning to see the value in leasing properties.
Atlanta has leased the home of a Cherokkee, and is currently working with a developer to lease a smaller house on the same property.
McBride says that while the Cheroskie are an asset to the community, they are also an asset that the city needs to keep in the community.
If you want to rent a Cherogue, it would be wise to take advantage of a city-owned property.
You can call ahead of time and ask to rent it.
There are also other ways to maximize the value of a property.
The Cheroks are one of the most visible minorities in Georgia, and they make up the majority of the state’s population.
But, they can also pose challenges.
Renters say the Cheropies are not always friendly to newcomers, or if they are, the Cherogues are not necessarily open to speaking with people.
That said, they also don’t have a strong sense of loyalty to their landlords.
So, whether they’re in town for a job interview, a date, or simply to have a drink and a meal, you want your cherokie to be a loyal tenant.
This article originally appeared on MTV News.
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