8) Charlotte, North Carolina
There’s a lot to love about North Carolina. The weather is often pleasant, the cost of living is reasonable, and jobs and population are increasing. There’s a variety of things to keep tourists occupied like outdoor concerts, culinary experiences, and museums. The average home price is around $200,000. Pinpoint your search in Uptown Charlotte and you’ll easily find homes in the $100,000 range or even less. Charlotte is currently ranked as the third-best city in America to invest in property. This has to do with the big increase in population and the booming construction industry which is creating a lot of job opportunities. Also contributing to Charlotte’s value is the new Hard Rock Casino and a film studio being built on the bordering Catawba Indian Reservation in South Carolina. The combined value of the two establishments reach over $100 million, making neighboring Charlotte an excellent investment option.
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