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Real Estate Statistical Data on Charlotte, NC

As National home sales have fallen over recent years, Charlotte home sales have increased by over 25%. Charlotte is at the beginning of a significant growth period. Annual estimates of the population for Charlotte, NC from July 1, 2005 to July 1, 2006 have increased by 200,000 people. Compare that to the state of New York which had a decrease of 9,000 people during the same time period. The average price of a Charlotte home has increased 12% in 2006 to the current price of $240,213. Investment properties can be had in the $135,000 range, giving investors the ability to get near-even cash flow with 10-15% down payment. Mecklenburg County’s population is expected to increase almost 20% by 2010 and 42% by 2015. Vacancy rates are down and should continue to tighten over the next several years. Over the next 5 years, there will be 17 major transportation initiatives to handle the anticipated population surge. According to the Wall Street Journal, price increases of 19% are projected by 2010. A good investment strategy in Charlotte would be a longer term buy and hold.

About Charlotte

Charlotte is a clean and colorful city boasting quiet southern charm. The city is full of tall, beautiful trees, fresh air, and big city entertainment. Charlotte’s cost of living is 3% below the national average and has a median household income 11.8% above. The city currently stands as the second largest banking center in the United States. Their five professional sports teams (Panthers, Bobcats, Checkers, Eagles and Knights) have increased the city’s visibility across the nation. In addition, people come from all over to visit the Lowe’s Motor Speedway which is the home base for the area’s NASCAR competition. Overseas flights from the international airport have made Charlotte a more diverse city, as it continues to attract more foreign firms. People from all over the world are choosing Charlotte as their new residence for its unique opportunities and because of the four mild seasons. US News and World Report ranks their medical facilities among the top in the nation. North Carolina is also known for having the best school systems in the South.

 

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