Housing is the largest monthly expense for most people. And these days it just keeps rising and rising. Factor in the absolute insanity that is the housing market these days and it’s a lose-lose situation for many. I know personally, my rent went up $200 a month when I resigned my lease in June. That’s an extra $2,400 a year which is not a small difference. And while making day-to-day more expensive it also makes it more difficult for renters to save for a home and get out of the rent game. Rent in Charlotte is up 18% from last year. That seems comparable to my experience. But when looking to rent what Charlotte neighborhoods are the most affordable? Or is it better to go outside the city limits?
We are here to help. Below you will find information, provided by Rent.com, on the average rent in Charlotte. You’ll find the average price for a studio, one, two, and three bedrooms. You will also find a list of the average price to rent a one-bedroom in different Charlotte neighborhoods, and the same for other nearby towns. The more information you have the better decision you can make on where to live. Whether you value location, amenities, space, or finishes the Charlotte market has something for you. You just might pay more than you want to! I know I am.