ATTOM’s Neighborhood Data for Charlotte, NC

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Historic Victorian Homes and Trendy High Rises

Charlotte, NC, is a huge banking hub, and the area has a robust job market that supports its diverse neighborhoods. Charlotte neighborhood data shows a city with culture, high school ratings, and a relatively low cost of living.

The city has close to 200 neighborhoods. Within the city, housing ranges from historic Victorian and Tudor homes to contemporary condos and modern high-rise apartments. Home prices have risen in Charlotte recently but real estate trends show home and rental prices are still close to the national average.

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One bustling neighborhood is Uptown Charlotte in the central business district of downtown and encircled by the 277 and 77 Interstates. Uptown is characterized by tech startups, museums, restaurants, bars, single-story Victorian homes and modern high rises. Residents of this neighborhood tend to be young professionals or students.
Myers Park is a picturesque neighborhood with a commute time of about 10 minutes from downtown. The neighborhood is known for its 100-year-old oak trees that line the streets, stately mansions, and luxury amenities. Other popular neighborhoods are Southpark, Belmont, and Davidson.

The suburban area of Charlotte has great public schools, a country club, art galleries, and 98-acre Freedom Park.

Charlotte Neighborhood Data
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The weather in Charlotte is mild. In the winter, temperatures range from 30 to 60 degrees and from 60 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer. Rainfall is in the range of three to four inches per month year-round.

The value of a home reflects its location. Crime rates, housing, unemployment, race demographics, weather, transportation, and access routes all factor into a property’s valuation.

ATTOM’s Neighborhood Data—Critical Property Datapoints

ATTOM’s neighborhood data and compare criteria such as specific points of interest, the quality of schools, or crime statistics to better serve your business.

ATTOM’s neighborhood data for Charlotte, NC, includes:


Population characteristics including income, cost of living, rent, education, and more.

Points of Interest (POI)

Neighborhood highlights including 14 business categories and 120 lines of business.

Transportation Noise

Noise data for neighborhood roads, highways, airports, railroads, railroad crossings, and emergency vehicle stations.

Transit Routes

A collection of public transportation routes.


Historical aggregate crime statistics

Unemployment Rates

Unemployment data as a percentage of the labor force.



Historical weather data meteorological patterns

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