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High Charlotte NC Growth Expected Over the Next Decade

High Charlotte NC Growth Expected Over the Next Decade

The Charlotte NC metropolitan area (MSA) is expected to be among the top ten fastest growing areas in the country over the next decade according to Proximity One, a data analysis firm. The Charlotte MSA includes Charlotte-Mecklenburg and a ring of counties around it, including York County in South Carolina. The population of the Charlotte MSA was 1,769,001 in the 2010 Census. Proximity One projects 26.4% growth between 2010 and 2020 to 2.236,368.

The projected high growth for Charlotte doesn’t surprise me. Union County NC, where I live and work, was one of the fastest growing areas of Charlotte and of North Carolina during the last decade. Those of us who already call Union County home enjoy all the benefits of the area: a four season climate, beautiful rolling hills with lush vegetation, a variety of home styles and prices in nice neighborhoods, and a small town atmosphere with access to big-city amenities.

If you are thinking of a move to the Charlotte NC area, check out Union County and its small towns. Want to know more about the area? Here are a few articles that may help.

Where will I live if I move to the Charlotte area? You will have many choices. Click here to search for homes in Union County NC. You’ll find Union County homes listed in Area 10.

Want to know more about living in Union County NC and its small town? Request a free Union County NC relocation package.

Copyright 2011. Carol Fox. Allen Tate Realtors. *High Charlotte NC Growth Expected Over the Next Decade*

Posted: Thursday, June 16, 2011 10:44 AM by Carol Fox


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