Aug 23, 2023 - News

Hot homes for sale in Charlotte and Raleigh ranging from $350K to $1.6M

If you’re a North Carolina resident looking for a new home elsewhere in the state, where you’re searching could determine how far your money goes.

What’s happening: Prospective homebuyers in Raleigh frequently search for real estate in Charlotte, and Charlotte buyers often search in Raleigh, Axios’ Zachary Eanes recently reported.

  • The data shows Charlotteans make up 35.7% of people searching through Raleigh listings.
  • By comparison, prospective buyers in Raleigh make up nearly 43% of the Zillow searches for homes in Charlotte.

Why it matters: Many cross-state relocations are driven by housing affordability.

Zoom in: The average price of a single-family home is $382,899 in Charlotte and $431,344 in Raleigh, according to Zillow.

Yes, but: Prices vary depending on which neighborhood you’re eyeing.

Bottomline: It pays to shop around.   

Here’s a look at what 10 homes are going for in Charlotte and Raleigh within each price range. 


7212 Canyon Dr., Charlotte — $350,000

Photos: Courtesy of Victor Valle Nunez

1121 Penselwood Dr., Raleigh — $370,000


411 Lakewood Ave., Charlotte — $499,800

4109 Live Oak Road, Raleigh — $449,999

  • Specs: 3 beds, 2.5 baths and 1,713 square feet
Photos: Courtesy of Juan Rodriguez


210 N Church St. #2407, Charlotte — $585,000

Photos: Courtesy of Jeff Hansen

5 Hill St, Raleigh — $575,000

Photos: Courtesy of Cathy Reed


2140 Kirkwood Ave., Charlotte — $995,000

Photos: Courtesy of Jennifer Barbin

13 Furches St., Raleigh — $990,000


4527 Water Oak Road, Charlotte — $1,549,500

Photos: Courtesy of Missy Highsmith

5405 Crestview Road, Raleigh — $1,560,000


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