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Well, it seems that you get what you pay for and this is no exception. You can make of it what
you want depending on attitude and lifestyle. You just need to explore and make your own judgments. There are thousands of places I'd like to visit!! Got $$$ will travel LOL
Compared to the greater metropolitan Detroit area most of the remaining United States is a Palookaville.
While Charlotte is "CLOSE" to South Carolina, it's NOT in SC. Also, the more recent growth that area has experienced has NOT been into SC, but primarily North (into Iredell County) and East (into Cabarrus/Stanly/Union counties). Years ago, the Rock Hill area experienced the "sprawl" and still some, but again...Charlotte is not and never was in SC.
Very interesting. If the growth rates of the last 12 yrs are maintained Raleigh, NC will be same size as Detroit (Warren, Lavonia) in 36.2 yrs. A lot can happen in 36.2 yrs.
The weather, employment, taxes and crime in the slowest growing cities have the most to do with it.
Glad I never had to live in Buffalo , Detroit or Clevland.. And why do they list two states for one city ?