Areas

The Charlotte Metropolitan area has a wide variety of neighborhoods to suit the needs of any family or individual looking for a Home, Condominiums or Specific Lifestyle. The more information you have, the easier it will be to find the perfect Home. Locating the area you’d like to live in is the first step.

Charlotte's Ballantyne Area is unique in how significant this part of Charlotte has become in such a short period of time....

The City of Belmont is a small yet growing town within the Charlotte region that offers a great quality of life. Our town is...

Charlotte North Carolina is the 17th largest city in the United States, the largest city in North Carolina, and the county seat...

Founded in 1796, Concord North Carolina is the county seat for Cabarrus County, east of Charlotte. It played significant roles...

Located just 20 miles north of Uptown Charlotte lies the town of Cornelius. With a population of just 27,000, Cornelius is best...

The Town of Davidson was originally not a town at all. In 1835, the Concord Presbytery wanted to build a men's college so 469...

One of the most highly sought after communities in the Charlotte area is the town of Fort Mill, South Carolina. Fort Mill was...

Huntersville, NC – Ten minutes north of Charlotte, just south of Cornelius and on the southern end of Lake Norman is...

Indian Land South Carolina is an unincorporated area in the panhandle of Lancaster county. While Indian Land is wholly in...

Matthews is a large suburban town of Charlotte located in southeastern Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. The population was...

Tega Cay is a planned community on Lake Wylie, just west of Fort Mill South Carolina. Tega Cay has its own town center, mayor,...

Chartered in 1889 on land once settled by the Waxhaw Indians, Waxhaw is a quaint town in Union County about 26 miles south of...