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With rent on the rise and luxury apartment homes one-upping each other with doggie spas, co-working spaces and 24-hour concierge services, it’s obvious the cost of living in Charlotte is escalating — an average of $300 more per month since 2013. For some, it’s worth the constant increase to be near the social scene and

Teachers, restaurant workers and first responders such as police officers and firefighters are likely having a tough time finding a house to buy in Charlotte. That’s according to a new analysis from home-listing site Trulia, which compares the average listing prices for houses in U.S. cities with the average wage different workers in each city