Ranked in the 49th percentile


  • Lots of Local Amenities
  • Sunny Weather
Livability Score Comparison
66North Carolina

Find Real Estate Listings In Charlotte


New Real Estate Listings In Charlotte

Amenities Around Charlotte

Check Your Commute Time

Monthly costs include: fuel, maintenance, tires, insurance, license fees, taxes, depreciation, and financing.
See more Charlotte, NC transportation information

Compare Charlotte, NC Livability To Other Cities

Best Neighborhoods In & Around Charlotte, NC

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Providence Crossing, Charlotte8711.58,310
Ballantyne West, Charlotte8611.611,318
Freedom Park, Charlotte851.72,621
Dilworth, Charlotte851.17,618
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Oxford Hunt, Charlotte847.74,753
Providence Plantation, Charlotte849.78,067
Sharon Woods, Charlotte845.44,427
Olde Providence South, Charlotte847.35,131

Best Cities Near Charlotte, NC

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Davidson, NC8719.112,076
Cornelius, NC8518.527,426
Stallings, NC8411.514,759
Matthews, NC839.230,054
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Waxhaw, NC8319.412,398
Tega Cay, SC8215.79,026
Huntersville, NC8113.851,701
Fort Mill, SC8015.113,181

Recent Charlotte Reviews

Write a review about Charlotte Tell people what you like or don't like about Charlotte…
A City With No Substance

As many reviewers have noted, Charlotte is a city of transplants who are there for a job. This means no culture, no tradition, and no commitment to the city like you would find in the Midwest. I have a young family and after only a year of living here had visited just about every thing you could with kids. There is nothing to do here whether you are single, married, with kids, or retired. The only thing to do in Charlotte is go to the beach 3 hours away ... you didn’t misread that.The traffic here is ridiculous but mostly because the road system is a mess. Half of the town tries to get through bottle-necked two lane intersections, everyone piles into I-77, and the only response from the city is to put up more stoplights. I have 34 stoplights between my home and work, no lie, and they are timed specifically so that I always hit 24 of them when they are red. If you’re thinking of moving here - don’t. There are plenty of other places with nice weather that aren’t so overcrowded, poorly managed, and flat-out boring.For more:
  • 0 0
Read more Charlotte reviews

Recent Charlotte Forum Questions

Ask a question about Charlotte Have a question about Charlotte? Ask it here.
Is Charlotte a city worth visiting? I've been to the Charlotte airport on numerous occasions for a stopover, but haven't actually experienced the city first hand. Every time I arrive in Charlotte, I'm always curious to know what the city is like. Is Charlotte a city worth visiting for someone in their 30's? What are the restaurants like? Is the nightlife good? Are there many museums/attractions in Charlotte? Are the people friendly? Maybe next time I …
  • 0 0
Trying to relocate Trying to move to the Charlotte area but don't know where too move that is low priced and safe until i get to know the area. Please help going try to find job before me and my husband and college daughter move out there. Please help.
  • 0 0
See all Charlotte questions
Source: The Charlotte, NC data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).