Charlotte, North Carolina has just been ranked as the 14th best city in which to live, by US News & World Report, moving up one notch from 15th place last year.
U.S. News & World Report evaluates the 100 most populous metro areas against five criteria, ranking each one as to desirability, value, job market, strength, and quality of life. These five criteria come from public surveys of Americans who "vote" as to what's most important to them in making a move.
Some additional information about why Charlotte ranks in the top 15 cities in which to live in the USA:
- Cost of Living: the median home value in Charlotte is lower than the national average -- $189,508 in Charlotte versus $211,731, nationally.
- Income: the average household income in Charlotte is above average at $48,370 versus the national average of $48,320.
- Education: 13 Charlotte area high schools are recognized on U.S. News & World Report's Best High Schools rankings. Charlotte is also home to nine colleges and/or universities, one of which earned a place on U.S. News & World Report's Best Colleges rankings.
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This Charlotte, North Carolina update is brought to you courtesy of Nina Hollander with RE/MAX Executive, your Charlotte metro area real estate consultant.
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