People are still relocating but where are they relocating too? The Charlotte metro which includes the Fort Mill area is ranked 17th in the Top 100 cheapest places to live according to Forbes Magazine Lucy Maher.
Americans are swapping their expensive lives on the urban coasts and reaching for greener pastures elsewhere. North Carolina and Colorado are a magnet for newcomers.
The Charlotte metro area, although slower than the past years, is still gaining in population.
The Carolinas in general fared well in Forbes Top 100 ranking. Charlotte, Raleigh – Durham, Greensboro, Greenville ? Spartanburg, and Columbia all made the top 100 list.
Forbes ranked the metros using census data, cost-of-living data from Moody’s Economy.com, and home affordability figures from the National Association of Home Builders and Wells Fargo. In addition, Forbes used four quality-of-life measures to further rank the metros. They are: violent crime rate, unemployment rate, average salary for college grads, and cultural opportunity.
Since the Charlotte area is a great relocation destination, where is the best place to live in the Charlotte Metro? Consider Fort Mill SC.? Fort Mill is just minutes south of Charlotte. You’ll find good schools, less traffic, small community/town look and fell, great amenities, lake living, golf courses, lower property taxes and more.
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Buenos Aires real estate says
Great ranking, thanks for sharing. I didn?t know that the Charlotte metro area was so cheap.
Edgardo Goger says
I understand that but where does it take us?
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