Realtor's Guide to Buford, GA
What's to Love about Buford, GA
Historic Main Street in Buford is alive as local artists display their wares at the historic Tannery Row Artist Colony right up the street from restaurants and shops. Buford is also home to the Buford Community Center, Town Park & Theatre which hosts free outdoor movies and concerts, and ticketed stage plays and concerts at an indoor auditorium. Buford Community Center is also home to the Buford History Museum. The jewel of Buford however would have to be the historic Bona Allen Mansion, which sits at the edge of Main Street and hosts private events and weddings.
Buford also boasts some of the most top-rated public schools in Gwinnett County based on a variety of measures, including academic performance and equity. Click to see the full list of schools sorted by rating. About the GreatSchools rating!
Buford named by study as best city for buying a home in Georgia!
According to a study, Buford is the best city for buying a home in Georgia. Its advantageous geographic location within Metro Atlanta, school district and property tax level make it the favorite of website GoBankingRates.
According to the AJC 2020 Metro Atlanta Home Sales Report, "homes in the 30519 ZIP code sold for a median price of $318,000 in April 2020, reflecting an increase of 10.8 percent from prices in April 2019."
In fact, the report goes on to say that the total homes sold in the 30519 ZIP code during the 12-month period ending April 30, 2020 included 861 existing homes and 464 newly constructed homes. Median sales price for existing homes was $268,900 and for new construction homes $354,774 over the 12-month period.
Inventory is down some as the supply of homes listed on the market in this ZIP code was 387 homes. That compares with 443 homes on the market on the same date a year earlier.
Of all homes sold in this ZIP code for the year, the median price per square foot was $110.