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Charlotte

Why you'd want to live in Charlotte

Charlotte Experience North Carolina’s metropolitan scene. Charlotte is a culture all its own. The metropolitan area boasts of over 1 million residents, which includes its neighborhoods and surrounding towns. Finding a home for sale in Charlotte to suite your lifestyle should be easy with the variety of options offered. Its notable foods and beverages – all mostly southern cooking and craft beer – gives bargain hunters on the prowl for great food at even better prices. Built on the heels of banking moguls like Bank of America and Wells Fargo’s success, the Queen City is the second largest financial center in the country, with New York City being the first. However, unlike NYC, Charlotte feels much smaller. Because most of Charlotte’s activity is located on the outskirts of uptown, the city’s reputation clings to its neighborhoods. Split into four unique districts, each adding to the big banking center’s flair, Charlotte is defined by its residents. Skyscrapers meet swanky street cafes for a modern appeal that proves hard to pass up in center city areas, meanwhile, just a few blocks away townhouse style manors soften street corners with a homey vibe. Notwithstanding, the crossroad of this uptown hub never goes out of style. Trade and Tryon streets have been in place long before the city was named after British Queen Charlotte in 1762, marking it as the spot where Native Americans once traded goods and was the nucleus for all of Charlotte’s growth. That growth included, eventually, a NFL and NBA team, the Carolina Panthers and the Charlotte Bobcats respectively, multiple major universities, with UNC Charlotte being part of the UNC system and having a campus in center city, and the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, stage for Broadway favorites like Wicked and Phantom of the Opera. As the seventeenth largest city in the country, finding a home for sale in Charlotte is worth the exploration. via Showcase Realty

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Charlotte Market Report

$510,190

AVERAGE PRICE OF 4,649 HOMES

$343,986

AVERAGE PRICE OF 18 DISTRESSED HOMES

$1,768,074

AVERAGE PRICE OF 358 MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HOMES

$569,176

AVERAGE PRICE OF 1,446 NEWLY BUILT HOMES

$1,032,411

AVERAGE PRICE OF 147 HOMES WITH A POOL

$503,824

AVERAGE PRICE OF 121 REDUCED PRICE HOMES

Average Home

Average Price $510,190
Avg Bedrooms 3.08 beds
Avg Bathrooms 2.73 baths

Average Price by Bedrooms

1 bedroom $250,973
2 bedrooms $325,571
3 bedrooms $421,714
4 bedrooms $575,395
5 bedrooms $856,069
Charlotte Home Price Trends
  8/2021 7/2021 6/2021 5/2021 4/2021
Total Listings 4,643 4,644 4,631 4,290 4,161
Average Price $511,039 $529,151 $548,173 $527,973 $519,831
Avg Price Change -3.54% -3.59% +3.83% +1.57% +5.53%
Median Price $382,338 $379,536 $376,271 $373,700 $364,453
Med Price Change +0.74% +0.87% +0.69% +2.54% +4.82%
Avg Bedrooms 3.06 beds 3.08 beds 3.09 beds 3.29 beds 3.32 beds
Avg Bathrooms 2.74 baths 2.77 baths 2.81 baths 3 baths 3.04 baths
Home Price by High School
School Name Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
Myers Park 625 $833,368 106 days
Olympic 392 $542,404 97 days
Rocky River 224 $348,279 114 days
Unspecified 1,675 $450,126 84 days
West Mecklenburg 209 $354,881 82 days
Home Price by House Size
Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
All Homes 4,649 $510,190 88 days
Distressed Homes 18 $343,986 125 days
Multi-Million Dollar Homes 358 $1,768,074 181 days
Newly Built Homes 1,446 $569,176 139 days
Homes with a Pool 147 $1,032,411 69 days
Reduced Price Homes 121 $503,824 45 days