About Charlotte, North Carolina


Welcome to Charlotte NC! Over the last several decades Charlotte has become, and will remain an extremely desirable area for young professionals, families, and retirees alike to call home. There are several factors that make Charlotte, otherwise known as The Queen City, such an attractive area.

Charlotte boasts a thriving economy and strong job market. Charlotte is the second largest financial center in the US, falling second only to New York City. This fact is largely due to the second and fourth largest financial institutions, Bank of America and Wachovia respectively, headquartering their operations here in the Queen City.

Charlotte, North Carolina’s largest city, with a population of approximately 2,493,040 as of January 2014, is also extremely desirable due to its temperate climate and geographic location. Charlottean’s enjoy the convenience of being able to visit the mountains (Blue Ridge Parkway) via a short two hour drive, or being able to to reach beautiful Atlantic beaches by way of a short three hour trip. All of this while enjoying a nice, mild climate year round in the Charlotte metro area.

Charlotte’s steady growth is evidenced by her real estate history. Our market has remained strong and vibrant throughout the years regardless of how mortgage interest rates were performing. The growing Queen city has a wide variety of homes, both new construction and residential resale, affording newcomers and Charlottean’s alike a wide selection of options to accommodate practically anyone’s specific needs, no matter how detailed and refined.

For more information on what Charlotte and the surrounding area has to offer to you and your family, contact me directly. I have extensive experience and knowledge about Charlotte, the schools, taxes, neighborhoods and anything else you need to know. I am only a phone call away and would love to hear from you and discuss your exciting move here to the Queen City.

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