Charlotte Voted Tops in Family Friendly cities! (as for the Best Dad* drop by our Facebook page and vote

Charlotte is number four of fifty cities surveyed, Raleigh just a little higher at number one. If you live here, especially if you have a family with school age kids then you didn’t need the Charlotte Business Journal to tell you this…

A North Carolina city has taken the top spot in a ranking of the most family-friendly large cities in the nation by nonprofit group The Human Life Project. Charlotte know as the the Queen City was ranked fourth on the list (as one of the most family friendly) of the 50 largest U.S. cities. The rankings were determined through an analysis of factors such as marital status and age demographics, available housing and home prices, general cost of living, crime rates, educational measures, unemployment, median income and the availability of parks, museums and places of worship. Raleigh was named No. 1. Read Jen Wilson’s story here

Here are a couple of related posts about buying a home in Charlotte you might enjoy:

South Charlotte Schools Best in the World*
Charlotte is all that and a bag of chips!
Everything you want to know about Charlotte Neighborhoods*
Buying a home is fun (no really it is)
My wife Rhonda is a pretty darned good Charlotte Realtor

Thinking of relocating to Charlotte – here’s great way to search a few or our most friendly neighborhoods:

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