Rockdale – Conyers

The Georgia International Horse Park was the home of the 1996 Olympic Games equestrian events. Visit the horse park website for information on this world-class facility. There are many other events and actitivites at the park like riding the Olympic mountain bike trails, picnicking, golfing, and more!

The Monastery of The Holy Spirit is a Roman Catholic monastery belonging to the world-wide Order of Cistercians of the Strict Observance. The Monastery of the Holy Spirit is the first native born Trappist foundation in the United States. The Monastery was founded in 1944.

The Big Haynes Creek Nature Center is 170 protected acres of wetlands, granite outcroppings, meadows and mountain-like terrain.  The nature center features hiking trails, a canoe intake and a pavilion overlooking the wetlands.

Historic Olde Town Conyers, a Main Street City, is colorful, captivating and close by!  Only 25 miles east of Atlanta, come visit art galleries, specialty stores, a soda fountain and restaurants.  Take in a play at Center Street Arts, wander through the Lewis-Vaughn Botanical Garden or visit the Conyers Welcome Center for things to do in beautiful Conyers, Georgia.

The Walk of Heroes Veterans War Memorial is located in northern Rockdale County and recognizes the sacrifices of veterans that have served in WWI, WWII, Korean War, Vietnam War and the Persian Gulf War.

Panola Mountain State Park is home to many rare plants of the Piedmont region. Encompassing 100 acres, Panola Moutain is often compared to Stone Mountain, one of the world’s largest pieces of exposed granite. 
[courtesy of Conyers Visitors Bureau]



According to the 2010 U.S. Census Bureau Data, Rockdale County has a population of 85,215 which is a 21.5% increase since 2000.  There were 31,767 housing units as of 2009 with a homeownership rate of 71%.  Rockdale County is part of the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta, GA Metro Area metropolitan statistical area.

Home sales in Rockdale have been declining as with most other Metro Atlanta markets since the 2005-2006 peak.  According to Georgia Multiple Listing Service Data, there were 838 homes sold in 2010.  At the peak there were 1558 sold [2006].  The average sale price for 2010 was $124k with almost half of the 800+ homes selling at prices under $100k.

For first time buyers, people who want to downsize, folks interesting in buying larger homes, investors and any other person interested in buying…you simply couldn’t ask for a better time.  As reported almost everywhere you can find a real estate statistic, rates are low, inventory is high, distressed sales are offered at reduced prices and opportunity is everywhere. 

You may be thinking…”I have a home to sell and there’s no way we can profit in this market”.  THINK AGAIN!  Perhaps you won’t be able to get the sale price you thought you’d get for your current home, but you may be able to  purchase a new home at a lower price with a lower interest rate and still come out on top of the investment.  It’s definately worth looking into – consult a REALTOR® for a comparative market anaylsis of your property.  Get an idea of what sale price is typical in your market and take a look at the opportunity that you’d have to purchase your dream property.

Brandi Wells – Realtor®

Direct (404) 402-1489  |  Direct Fax (888) 332-4455  | |

Prudential Colony Realty | Ofc (770) 786-2000


Information:  This information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.  Information is subject to change.


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