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Did you know that Southwest Charlotte studio apartments are seeing a 41% average price increase from rent prices last year? Brand new data from breaks down the spike in different areas and categories.

As of April 24, 2022 these are the average rent prices in Charlotte, North Carolina:

  • Studio – $1,548 (+13%)
  • 1 Bed – $1,430 (+19%)
  • 2 Beds – $1,685 (+16%)
  • 3 Beds – $1,932 (+15%)

The average rent for apartments in Charlotte, North Carolina is between $1,430 and $1,932 in 2022. The data shows that only 1% of apartments are between the $501-$700 price range. On the opposite end of the spectrum, 43% of apartments are over $2,000 per month.

When it comes down to neighborhoods, Southeast Charlotte has seen the biggest spike in rent prices. The average studio rent in Southeast Charlotte is $2,400 which is up 81% from last year. If you’re wondering how other cities compare to Charlotte. That $2,400 studio in Southeast Charlotte costs…

  • $1,444 in Kannapolis
  • $1,327 in Monroe
  • $1,295 in Huntersville
  • $1,225 in Rock Hill
  • $1,200 in Lincolnton
  • $1,191 in Mooresville
  • $1,183 in Salisbury
  • $1,125 in Concord

The data revealed that the most affordable neighborhoods in Charlotte are Windsor Park, Plaza Midwood, and Idlewild Farms. On the opposite end of the spectrum, the most expensive neighborhoods in Charlotte are Highland Creek, South End, and Dilworth.

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