Relocating To Charlotte
There’s a reason Top Charlotte Agent is the top Charlotte Real Estate Agent. Our unprecedented referral and relocation resources, including our association with the nation’s Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Relocation services, means we have preferential access to buyers moving here from throughout North America.
Top Charlotte Agent/Berkshire Hathaway Carolinas Realty’s team are relocation pros! In addition to being the largest real estate firm in North Carolina, Berkshire Hathaway Carolinas Realty is also one of the only full-service companies, providing “one-stop shopping” for individuals, families and corporations seeking new homes and real estate services. The company offers a full complement of services including mortgage loans, title insurance, concierge services and a dedicated relocation division.
In Charlotte, our relocation professionals have had the privilege to smoothly handle relocations for a variety of clients including: Siemens, Shaw Group, Bank of America, TIAA-CREF, Coca-Cola, Wells Fargo, IBM, Time-Warner, Compass, Liberty Mutual and many more.
Berkshire Hathaway Relocation:
A leading provider of global mobility, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Relocation serves nearly 800 corporate clients, including Fortune 500 companies, small industrial and service companies, and U.S. government agencies. Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Relocation provided real estate-related assistance for more than 45,000 transferees and their families last year. Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Relocation delivers a broad range of domestic and international services, including:
- Consulting services, expense tracking and administration
- Home sale
- Household goods movement
- Finding the perfect home
“Why move to Charlotte?”
First, get an up close view of Charlotte with a Charlotte map. Charlotte has quite a lot to offer everyone and one glimpse of the map will confirm the variety of areas to call home. Did you know . . .
- Nine Fortune 500 Companies are headquartered in the Charlotte area; and more than 320 have a presence in the Charlotte area.
- Charlotte’s population is more than 650,000, while the Charlotte Metro region is home to more than 1.6 million people!
- The mean travel time to work is a mere 26 minutes. Many Charlotteans take advantage of public transportation, including CATS buses, free trolley service downtown and the city’s new light rail train.
- Charlotte’s landscape is a seamless blend of urban, suburban and rural areas. Charlotte has it all! The city features 286 square miles; Mecklenburg County itself is 527 square miles.
Charlotte has four distinct seasons (yes, we even get occasional snow), and easy access to both the mountains and the Atlantic coast.
Education: As the largest public school system in North Carolina and the 23rd largest in the nation, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools serve more than 129,000 students, offering an equal educational opportunity. You’ll also find nearly 100 private schools of all variety throughout the county. The area is also home to 21 institutions of higher learning.
Cultural Arts: Charlotte offers wonderful events and activities, including Broadway shows, at the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center uptown. Gallery crawls are popular in the Spring and Summer months. Visit the Levine Museum of the New South to see the nation’s most comprehensive interpretation of post-Civil War Southern history. Or may be you’d enjoy a musical evening with The Charlotte Symphony Orchestra? For more information on local events and entertainment, see our Charlotte Links page.
Sports and Recreation: Are live sports more to your liking? What’s your preference? Choices include :
NFL – The Carolina Panthers
NBA – The Charlotte Bobcats
PGA – Quail Hollow Championship (formerly The Wachovia Championship)
NASCAR at Lowes Motor Speedway
ECHL (East Coast Hockey League) with The Charlotte Checkers
AAA Baseball – Charlotte Knights (Chicago White Sox)
A-league Pro Soccer (Men’s & Women’s) with The Charlotte Eagles
Several higher education schools offer college team fun as well.
Faith and Values: Charlotte is often called the “The City of Churches.” With more than 570 churches including Protestant, Catholic, Greek Orthodox, Jewish and other faiths based here, you can see why.
Come see for yourself why we all love to call Charlotte home. Fantastic weather, wonderful people, a thriving arts scene, a smorgasbord of sports, respected schools and a vast array of restaurants and night life to please every palate and style are just right in your own backyard.