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Charlotte

Why you'd want to live in Charlotte

A charming yet sprawling Southern city, Charlotte is a pleasant urban area nestled in the Piedmont region of North Carolina, within a few hours’ drive of both the Appalachian Mountains and North Carolina’s white sand beaches. The city has a strong economic identity – it’s the second-largest banking hub in the U.S. behind New York City – that’s helped drive consistent population growth for decades. Charlotte takes pride in its cityscape, defined by a handful of skyscrapers. But the city’s essence is perhaps better captured in its diverse neighborhoods and suburban areas, each of which has its own style and flair. Although its economy and rapid development make Charlotte a thoroughly 21st century metro area, Southern charm is still very much alive, and making friends with neighbors isn’t the Sisyphean task it can be in other large cities. Its geographical location, generally temperate weather, relative affordability and local culture are all draws to the Queen City. Pro sports representation in the NBA and NFL give residents something to root for, while museums, parks and an exploding brewery scene offer more diversions for people with varying interests. One thing Charlotteans may take for granted is the city’s cleanliness. There’s a certain pride residents take in their city, and even the downtown area is more well-kept and free from trash and graffiti than visitors might expect. Perhaps it has something to do with the flora; neighborhoods like Myers Park and Dilworth are adorned with large, old trees that give way to bustling intersections and commercial developments. It’s an apt metaphor for Charlotte, a city with both Old South and modern cosmopolitan influences. via realestate.usnews.com

Charlotte Market Report

$692,509

AVERAGE PRICE OF 3,514 HOMES

$435,062

AVERAGE PRICE OF 12 DISTRESSED HOMES

$2,189,358

AVERAGE PRICE OF 500 MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HOMES

$753,740

AVERAGE PRICE OF 1,198 NEWLY BUILT HOMES

$1,945,037

AVERAGE PRICE OF 132 HOMES WITH A POOL

$683,493

AVERAGE PRICE OF 108 REDUCED PRICE HOMES

Average Home

Average Price $692,509
Avg Bedrooms 3 beds
Avg Bathrooms 2.79 baths

Average Price by Bedrooms

1 bedroom $301,082
2 bedrooms $376,821
3 bedrooms $518,355
4 bedrooms $751,230
5 bedrooms $1,452,945
Charlotte Home Price Trends
  1/2024 12/2023 11/2023 10/2023 9/2023
Total Listings 3,307 3,384 3,586 3,509 3,428
Average Price $669,615 $663,802 $669,668 $682,827 $673,673
Avg Price Change +0.88% -0.88% -1.97% +1.36% +0.38%
Median Price $425,000 $425,662 $431,100 $435,785 $433,475
Med Price Change -0.16% -1.28% -1.09% +0.53% -0.33%
Avg Bedrooms 3.17 beds 3 beds 3.31 beds 3.57 beds 3.7 beds
Avg Bathrooms 2.76 baths 2.72 baths 2.75 baths 2.79 baths 2.79 baths
Home Price by High School
School Name Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
Unspecified 1,211 $650,128 125 days
Home Price by House Size
Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
All Homes 3,514 $692,509 106 days
Distressed Homes 12 $435,062 41 days
Multi-Million Dollar Homes 500 $2,189,358 209 days
Newly Built Homes 1,198 $753,740 124 days
Homes with a Pool 132 $1,945,037 85 days
Reduced Price Homes 108 $683,493 69 days

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Megan Votruba
3440 Toringdon Way, #205
Charlotte, NC 28277
704-661-5233

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