Upson County Redeemable Deed Sale Information

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Upson County Information

The Upson County tax sale information can be found using the links and resources below.

County Address:

PO Box 409
116 West Main Street

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County Treasurer:

Andy Chastain

Controlling Entity:

Tax Commissioner

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Assessor Entity:

Tax Assessor

Assessor Address:

PO Box 508

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Records Entity:

Superior Court Clerk

Records Address:

PO Box 469

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Upson County Summary

Upson County, located in west-central Georgia, is a rural county with a population of approximately 27,000. The county is largely agricultural, with the majority of its population living in rural areas. The median household income is approximately $41,000, slightly below the national average of $53,000.

The county is racially diverse, with a population that is approximately 48% White, 47% African American, and 5% other. The median age is 38.3, slightly higher than the national median of 37.5. The poverty rate is slightly higher than the national average, at 22.5%.

Education in Upson County is provided by the Upson County School District, which serves approximately 5,000 students. The district has a graduation rate of 84.5%, slightly lower than the national average of 85.3%. The district has two high schools, three middle schools, and eight elementary schools.

Real estate in Upson County is relatively affordable. The median home value is $107,000, significantly lower than the national median of $231,000. The median rent is $845, slightly higher than the national median of $847. The majority of the housing stock is single-family homes, with only a small percentage of apartments and condos.

Overall, Upson County is a rural, agricultural county with a diverse population and relatively affordable housing. The education system is slightly below the national average, but the county has a relatively low poverty rate.

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