Moving to Charlotte, NC

This blog category is to help folks who are moving to Charlotte learn more about the area and what they can expect in their relocation

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Living in Mooresville, NC

Find out why so many folks are moving to Mooresville in 2019!

If you're one of the many folks moving to Mooresville, NC or intending to call Mooresville home, there are some things you should know first! With a growing population of nearly 40,000, Mooresville has a lot to offer. Check out some of the homes for sale in Mooresville, NC there are some pretty amazing lakefront views!Mooresville, NC Home for Sale on Lake Norman just north of Charlotte, NC

Without further ado, let's jump in and learn why the town of Mooresville is such an excellent option for people relocating to the Charlotte area.

Lake Norman

The town of Mooresville is an amazing place to live and one of the largest attractions Mooresville has to offer is Lake Norman. Lake Norman is a 50-square-mile body of water offering

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Moving to Charlotte, NC - What is it like Living in Charlotte?

Find out why 100+ people are moving to the Charlotte area daily!

If you're thinking of moving to Charlotte, NC you'll want to be sure to read this article in its entirety before you do. Also, feel free to contact us if you need any assistance in finding a home. There are many reasons why someone may want to move to Charlotte. Whether its a job change, a new start, better weather, the great food, and entertainment or even the affordability of the homes for sale in Charlotte makes it an attractive place to live for everyone!

This is part of the reason 100+ people are moving to the Charlotte area each day, comparatively 70+ people are moving to Raleigh, making these two NC cities some of the fastest growing in the country. This trend in 2017 should

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Things to Consider When Buying a Home in Charlotte, NC

Things To Consider When Buying a Home Charlotte

What do basketball, barbecue, and banking all have in common? The answer: Charlotte, North Carolina.

We’ll delve into each of these in more detail below, along with several other details you will want to know as you prepare to buy a home in Queen City.

Why is Charlotte nicknamed ‘Queen City’?

In 1768, Great Britain’s King George III named Charlotte, North Carolina after his wife, Queen Charlotte Sophia of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. It has since come to be nicknamed ‘Queen City’ in her honor.

The Weather

If you are not a fan of the snow, Charlotte is the city for you. There is an average of about 4 inches of snowfall per year, making the winters very manageable. On the flip side, the weather

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