State of North Carolina

Living in North Carolina puts you in prime adventure territory. Residents here enjoy 300 miles of pristine beaches and some of the country’s most beautiful old-growth hardwood forests and mountain tops. Asheville, Greensboro and Raleigh are among the best places to live in North Carolina, a state experiencing continual economic growth. Home to Pinehurst, one of the country’s most beloved golf courses, Seagrove, the handmade-pottery capital of the U.S., and Biltmore, America’s largest home, North Carolina has a strong tourism industry.

North Carolina is the 10th populous state in the U.S. The largest cities in North Carolina are Charlotte, Raleigh and Greensboro. The median income for North Carolina is $46,450, which is 10% lower than the national median income. The median home price in North Carolina is $153,600. The highest-priced homes are typically found in Wrightsville Beach, Biltmore Forest and Marvin. The lowest-priced homes are in East Rockingham, Laurel Hill and Bladenboro.


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Asheville, North Carolina

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