Robert Bess

Real Service, Real Solutions, Real Estate

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As a sales associate affiliated with CENTURY 21 Fox Properties, I am here to help you buy or sell a home.

I serve the following areas:

  • Eden         
  • Bloomingdale
  • Savannah
  • Garden City
  • Pooler
  • Thunderbolt
  • Tybee Island
  • Richmond Hill
  • Effingham   
  • Bluffton 
  • Ellabell
  • Hilton Head Island
  • Pembroke

 

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Real Estate Market Information

Savannah, GA
Market Overview
Homes Owned: 25,268
Homes Rented: 29,601
Median Home Price: $103,820
Area Schools
Area Schools: 76
Best Score: 10/10
Average Score: 2.5

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Service Areas

Population: 130,300 (city), 329,000 (metro)

USDA Hardiness Zone: 8

Major Airport: Savannah International Airport

Companies with a Major Presence: Gulfstream Aerospace, International Paper, Savannah College of Art and Design, Fort Stewart Hunter Army Airfield, Georgia Pacific

Savannah has had some star turns in pop culture in the past decade, namely as the setting for the book and film Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil and the hometown of celebrity chef Paula Deen. The book and the cook have put the spotlight on this colonial Southern seaport and its eccentric cast of locals. But the real draw remains Savannah itself, a lovely tree-shaded pedestrian-friendly city laid out by General James Edward Oglethorpe in 1733 and organized around 28 shady squares. Those parklike squares, each about an acre in size, offer a healthy, attractive alternative to the suburbs that has drawn young, eco-conscious professionals to live downtown in the old neighborhoods. Savannah’s residential brownstones, mansions and 19th-century commercial districts have new life. But there’s more to the city than its historic district.

Once a port town, always a port town. In the early 20th century, Savannah was a global leading exporter of cotton and naval stores products. But after the cotton industry was devastated by the boll weevil, new industries like paper-pulp production filled the void and were the impetus behind shipyard expansion. Thunderbolt, an unincorporated town situated between downtown and the beach that began its history as a processing port for the fishing community, is home to the historically black institution Savannah State University.

Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield have brought soldiers and their families to Savannah since the beginning of WWII. The base houses units of the Army’s vaunted 3d Infantry Division, including the “Marne Division’s’” Aviation Brigade. Its nearly two-mile-long runway (11,375-ft) and nearby port support the installation’s rapid deployment needs, including for the C-5 Galaxy, and the runway has the unique distinction of being an alternate landing site for NASA’s space shuttles.

 

 

Savannah, GA

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Closest Airport
Savannah/Hilton Head International
Closest College
ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC STATE UNIVERSITY
Closest Major Sports Team
Jacksonville Suns
Closest Junior College
SAVANNAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE

Demographic Data | Savannah, GA

Median Age: 31.35
Married: 22%
Households: 54,869

Overview

Population by Sex
65,960 Male
72,575 Female

Occupancy Types
9,053 Vacant
25,268 Owned
29,601 Rented

Employment

White/Blue Collar Jobs
55,770 White Collar
38,385 Blue Collar

Transportation to Work
86% Drive
5% Public Transportation
6% Walk/Bike/Other
2% Work from Home