7 things to consider before relocating to the Charlotte metro area

Relocating to the Charlotte metro area?   Welcome!  As a Charlotte native let me share a few key Queen City facts.    

Charlotte has many different areas with varying atmospheres.  Uptown offers the urban lifestyle while Waxhaw is a great fit for any equestrian.
This is an old Southern city but it’s not Old South.    People relocating to Charlotte hail from all over and the diversity is evident.
Education is serious business here.  From public schools to private to universities, Charlotte has high expectations and diverse outlets for students.
The Charlotte metro area has a wide range of property tax rates.   You’ll notice a difference in your tax bill if you are buying in Fort Mill vs. Belmont.
Like any large city Charlotte has its traffic woes but don’t worry, you can avoid most of it by getting familiar with the Queen City. 
As Southerners like to say – Charlotte has good eatin’.   If you’re looking for a burger joint, we’ve got some of the best.  In contrast Johnson & Wales is here and their grads provide many fine dining opportunities. 
Looking for an arts community, look no further.   The bohemian NoDa (North Davidson) area is home to many fine artists.  The Mint Museums, the Light Factory and the Levine Museum of the New South offer excellent exhibitions, to name a few.

Are you relocating to the Charlotte metro area and purchasing a home?  Consider working with a local mortgage lender.  My promise to provide sound mortgage advice and exemplary customer service is a commitment made to a neighbor.  Contact Rebecca at http://rebeccamadej.com to learn more. 

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