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Charlotte, known as the "Queen City," offers an enchanting mixture of southern culture and growing business mecca. Charlotte serves as a major economic center with growing finance and defense industries, the city's economic base continues to grow at a rate more than twice when compare to the rest of the country. A systematic interstate highway system, good railroad access, and an inland port facility are other factors that have made Charlotte the large distribution center of the Southeast and one growing in both national and international importance.

Though Charlotte has appeared as a great city of the new South and of the nation its residents continue to keep a clear vision of what makes a good life. Neighborhood streets are occupied with majestic 90-foot water and willow oaks. Uptown's outstanding thoroughfare is lined with trees. Each spring, the entire county is stuffed with delirious color as dogwoods and azaleas bloom. Just two hours east of the Appalachian Mountains and three hours west of the Atlantic Ocean, life in this soothing, mid-sized city provides the best of all worlds. Charlotte is placed in North America's humid subtropical climate zone. The city has moderate winters and hot, humid summers .The combined Statistical area of Charlotte-Gastonia-Salisbury, NC-SC, has a population, as of the 2005 census estimated as of 2,067,810.

Economy: Charlotte has become a wide U.S. financial center and home for both the nation's second largest Bank of America and Bank of Wachovia financial institutions. Their headquarters, along with other regional banking and financial services companies, are settled primarily in the uptown financial district.

The following Fortunate 500 companies are headquartered in the Charlotte metropolitan area:
-Bank of America's
-Duke Energy
-Family Dollar
-Goodrich Corporation
-Lowe's
-Nucor
-Sonic Automotive
-SPX Corporation
-Wachovia
Education: Some of the famous Colleges and universities
-Charlotte School of Law
-Johnson & Wales University
-Kings Colleges
-University of North Carolina
-Queen's University of Charlotte

SPORTS Club: Charlotte hosts and trains for Rugby, Soccer, Ice Hockey, Baseball, Basketball

Real Estate: Charlotte is on the top of the list when it is concerned to real estate investment. It has a lower buy-in, as in Atlanta, single family residences ranges from $150,000 to $200,000 with a good rental market commanding over $1,100 to $1,200 for that price range.

Charlotte, North Carolina is identified as the Queen City received its name from Queen Charlotte in England. It is the largest city between Washington and Atlanta and is a major distribution center. It has an international airport helping the needs of national and world travelers. It is the base for both Bank of America and Wachovia Corp.

Several of the best hospitals in the country are here along with many related medical services. There is a strong art culture here and a new culinary school has just located here called Johnson and Wales. The City of Charlotte is known for its stunning large trees and pleasant green grass yards. Lake Norman and Lake Wylie are near by with abundant recreation activities. The beaches are only 3 hours away and the mountains are just 2 hours away.

The weather is very seasonal with gorgeous falls and springs and moderate winters to enjoy. This makes for a long growing season as well as much good weather for all types of construction of residential communities and commercial projects.

According to the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association statistics, the average home sales price for November was $219,681. The average sales price was raised by 3.6%, last year, for condos/town homes was $191,367.

November sales totaled 3,067 out of nearly 16,723 listings, so it is taking about 5 1/2 months for the inventory to turn over. The market is slowing down as we moved into winter.

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