Jessica PD, Real Estate Pro in Atlanta, GA

Wondering how much of a commute would be for my husband if we move to Marietta Ga? Being relocated and he will be at at&t on peachtree

Asked by Jessica PD, Atlanta, GA Tue Aug 14, 2012

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Hey Jessica check this out.,+GA&daddr=65…

That is the google map of the Att on Peachtree (there are a lot of peachtree's here) 28 mins from the downtown district of Marietta. Since this is Atlanta, add 10mins to 2hrs and that is how long your commute will be depending on how traffic is flowing.
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Hello Jessica, I would like to know when you will be in town. I am specialize to locate hot deals for my home buyers. There are decent houses in Marietta for sale. We sold some of them within 10 days. Please let me know if you are still in need of a professional real estate agent. I am a relocation specialist and can help you to achieve your goals. You may reach me at 678-986-9226 My website address is Good luck on your home purchasing process
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It depends on the location on Matietta. If you move close to the intersection of Johnson Ferry Rd and Lower Roswell Rd, this East Cobb Marietta, you will have easy access to Sandy Springs and Roswell Rd who will take you to Atlanta, Buckhead area.That way you wouldn't have to take the higheays. This a nice option to conmute to Atlanta without having to deal with traffic on the highways. I have lived at East Cobb Marietta for 13 years now. You would love it!! We have the best schools!! Walton school District and Pope High School have been consistently within the first ones. That is key for keep the value of your future home!!. If you have any questions about East Cobb, Marietta, do not hesitate to call me: Maribel Padra. 678.521.9231. I hope this information be helpful to you!!
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Too many variables to give definitive answer. Call or email me so I can gather more information and then I can give you a realistic answer. Lonnie Ayers 770-367-2300
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Hi Jessica,
A lot will depend on what part of Marietta you are talking about. "Marietta" covers a fairly large area. The closer you are located to I-75, the shorter the commute will be. He would have the most traffic for the 10a-7pm schedule. The worst part of the traffic will be from where he gets on I-75 until he reaches I-285. From I-285 down to around Exit 250-252, its usually pretty good flowing.

My office is just a few blocks from AT&T. Most of the surfaces streets around there do stay fairly busy throughout the day.

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Hi Jessica,

I live in East Cobb in Indian HIlls and my better half works at AT & T at the same location; I think Marietta would be a relatively easy commute during those hours. I think East Cobb would be must easier than West to get to Buckhead.

I specialize in Marietta and moved here from Florida in 1998. Please check out my website, or give me a call at your convenience, I would be happy to help you. :o)

Best regards,

Phylis Simoni
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With those hours typically there will be very little traffic heading to the city. I lived in historic Marietta & made the commute to Buckhead for about 5 years WITH traffic & it was about 45 minutes. I was in a renovated bungalow close to I-75. Very convenient to retail shops & restaurants. Hope this helps & good luck with the searches. Feel free to contact me with further questions :)
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Tim and Jennifer are correct there is not that much traffic at those times. You can check Mapquest, it calculates drive time and is time of day and date specific.

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also, my website is if you want to start searching for homes.
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leaving at those times, traffic will not be an issue. Depending on how close you are to the interstate in Marietta, it will take about 30 minutes. I have several family members that work at AT&T. Welcome to town. I would love to talk with you more about your move to Atlanta. Please feel free to contact me at 678-787-2720 or
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