aberdeen: Property Values in Moore County, NC - April 2011 - 05/07/11 06:05 AM

Moore County is located in North Carolina and as of 2000, the population was 74,769. The county seat is Carthage.
Founded in 1784, it was named for Alfred Moore, an officer in the American Revolutionary War and associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.
Moore County has many golf resorts in the Southern Pines/Pinehurst area, and has played host to the 1996 and 2001 Women's U.S. Opens as well as the 1999 and 2005 Men's U.S. Opens. The Women's Open returned to Southern Pines in 2007.
As a result of the area's rare combination of prestige and isolation, … (0 comments)

aberdeen: Property Values in Aberdeen, NC - April 2011 - 05/07/11 05:27 AM

Aberdeen, North Carolina is a pleasant town nestled among long leaf pines and world renowned golf. Originally named Blue's Crossing, Aberdeen was settled in the 1700's by Scottish emigrants and today is the delight of railroad buffs, historians, artists and golfers. Aberdeen's National Register historic district features antiques, collectibles, art exhibits, unique gift shops and cafes where the charm of another century lives on as you stroll down the sidewalks of this quaint little railroad town steeped in history.
Housing Market Update
April 01, 2011 through to April 30, 2011 there were 08 Single Family Homes Sold. The Average Sales … (0 comments)

aberdeen: Property Values in Aberdeen, NC - Prepared April 2011 - 03/31/11 10:32 AM

Aberdeen, North Carolina is a pleasant town nestled among long leaf pines and world renowned golf. Originally named Blue's Crossing, Aberdeen was settled in the 1700's by Scottish emigrants and today is the delight of railroad buffs, historians, artists and golfers. Aberdeen's National Register historic district features antiques, collectibles, art exhibits, unique gift shops and cafes where the charm of another century lives on as you stroll down the sidewalks of this quaint little railroad town steeped in history.
Housing Market Update
March 01, 2011 through to March 31, 2011 there were 04 Single Family Homes Sold. The Average Sales … (0 comments)

aberdeen: Property Values in Aberdeen, NC - Prepared March 2011 - 03/26/11 03:26 AM

Aberdeen, North Carolina is a pleasant town nestled among long leaf pines and world renowned golf. Originally named Blue's Crossing, Aberdeen was settled in the 1700's by Scottish emigrants and today is the delight of railroad buffs, historians, artists and golfers. Aberdeen's National Register historic district features antiques, collectibles, art exhibits, unique gift shops and cafes where the charm of another century lives on as you stroll down the sidewalks of this quaint little railroad town steeped in history.
Housing Market Update
February 01, 2011 through to February 28, 2011 there were 05 Single Family Homes Sold. The Average Sales … (0 comments)

aberdeen: Property Values in Aberdeen, NC - Prepared February 2011 - 02/28/11 01:17 PM

Aberdeen, North Carolina is a pleasant town nestled among long leaf pines and world renowned golf. Originally named Blue's Crossing, Aberdeen was settled in the 1700's by Scottish emigrants and today is the delight of railroad buffs, historians, artists and golfers. Aberdeen's National Register historic district features antiques, collectibles, art exhibits, unique gift shops and cafes where the charm of another century lives on as you stroll down the sidewalks of this quaint little railroad town steeped in history.
Housing Market Update
January 01, 2011 through to January 31, 2011 there were 08 Single Family Homes Sold. The Average Sales … (0 comments)

aberdeen: Property Values in Aberdeen, NC - Prepared January 2011 - 01/21/11 03:24 PM

Aberdeen, North Carolina is a pleasant town nestled among long leaf pines and world renowned golf. Originally named Blue's Crossing, Aberdeen was settled in the 1700's by Scottish emigrants and today is the delight of railroad buffs, historians, artists and golfers. Aberdeen's National Register historic district features antiques, collectibles, art exhibits, unique gift shops and cafes where the charm of another century lives on as you stroll down the sidewalks of this quaint little railroad town steeped in history.
Housing Market Update
December 01, 2010 through to December 31, 2010 there were 07 Single Family Homes Sold. The Average Sales … (0 comments)

aberdeen: Property Values in Aberdeen, NC - December 2010 - 12/15/10 06:28 AM

Aberdeen, North Carolina is a pleasant town nestled among long leaf pines and world renowned golf. Originally named Blue's Crossing, Aberdeen was settled in the 1700's by Scottish emigrants and today is the delight of railroad buffs, historians, artists and golfers. Aberdeen's National Register historic district features antiques, collectibles, art exhibits, unique gift shops and cafes where the charm of another century lives on as you stroll down the sidewalks of this quaint little railroad town steeped in history.
Housing Market Update
November 01, 2010 through to November 30, 2010 there were 06 Single Family Homes Sold. The Average Sales … (0 comments)

aberdeen: Property Values in Moore County, NC - September 2010 - 09/02/10 03:04 PM

Moore County is located in North Carolina and as of 2000, the population was 74,769. The county seat is Carthage.
Founded in 1784, it was named for Alfred Moore, an officer in the American Revolutionary War and associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.
Moore County has many golf resorts in the Southern Pines/Pinehurst area, and has played host to the 1996 and 2001 Women's U.S. Opens as well as the 1999 and 2005 Men's U.S. Opens. The Women's Open returned to Southern Pines in 2007.
As a result of the area's rare combination of prestige and isolation, … (0 comments)

aberdeen: Property Values in Aberdeen, NC - September 2010 - 09/02/10 02:21 PM

Aberdeen, North Carolina is a pleasant town nestled among long leaf pines and world renowned golf. Originally named Blue's Crossing, Aberdeen was settled in the 1700's by Scottish emigrants and today is the delight of railroad buffs, historians, artists and golfers. Aberdeen's National Register historic district features antiques, collectibles, art exhibits, unique gift shops and cafes where the charm of another century lives on as you stroll down the sidewalks of this quaint little railroad town steeped in history.
Housing Market Update
August 01, 2010 through to August 31, 2010 there were 03 Single Family Homes Sold. The Average Sales … (0 comments)

aberdeen: Property Values in Aberdeen, NC - August 2010 - 08/01/10 04:16 PM

Community Profile
Aberdeen, NC is a pleasant town nestled among long leaf pines and world renowned golf. Originally named Blue's Crossing, Aberdeen was settled in the 1700's by Scottish emigrants and today is the delight of railroad buffs, historians, artists and golfers. Aberdeen's National Register historic district features antiques, collectibles, art exhibits, unique gift shops and cafes where the charm of another century lives on as you stroll down the sidewalks of this quaint little railroad town steeped in history.
Housing Market Update
July 01, 2010 through to July 31, 2010 there were 08 Single Family Homes Sold. The Average … (0 comments)

aberdeen: Moore County, North Carolina Housing Market Update June 2010 - 06/03/10 06:29 AM

Community Profile
Moore County is located in North Carolina and as of 2000, the population was 74,769. The county seat is Carthage.
Founded in 1784, it was named for Alfred Moore, an officer in the American Revolutionary War and associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.
Moore County has many golf resorts in the Southern Pines/Pinehurst area, and has played host to the 1996 and 2001 Women's U.S. Opens as well as the 1999 and 2005 Men's U.S. Opens. The Women's Open returned to Southern Pines in 2007.
As a result of the area's rare combination of prestige … (0 comments)

aberdeen: Aberdeen, North Carolina Housing Market Update June 2010 - 06/03/10 04:55 AM

Community Profile
Aberdeen, NC is a pleasant town nestled among long leaf pines and world renowned golf. Originally named Blue's Crossing, Aberdeen was settled in the 1700's by Scottish emigrants and today is the delight of railroad buffs, historians, artists and golfers. Aberdeen's National Register historic district features antiques, collectibles, art exhibits, unique gift shops and cafes where the charm of another century lives on as you stroll down the sidewalks of this quaint little railroad town steeped in history.
Housing Market Update
May 01, 2010 through to May 31, 2010 there were 06 Single Family Homes Sold. The Average … (0 comments)

aberdeen: Aberdeen, North Carolina Housing Market Update April 2010 - 04/03/10 06:12 AM

Community Profile
Aberdeen, NC is a pleasant town nestled among long leaf pines and world renowned golf. Originally named Blue's Crossing, Aberdeen was settled in the 1700's by Scottish emigrants and today is the delight of railroad buffs, historians, artists and golfers. Aberdeen's National Register historic district features antiques, collectibles, art exhibits, unique gift shops and cafes where the charm of another century lives on as you stroll down the sidewalks of this quaint little railroad town steeped in history.
Housing Market Update
March 01, 2010 through to March 31, 2010 there were 07 Single Family Homes Sold. The Average … (0 comments)

aberdeen: Things to do in Pinehurst, North Carolina - 02/17/10 03:45 AM

What: Palustris Festival 2010 | http://www.palustrisfestival.com
Where: Pinehurst ~ Southern Pines ~ Aberdeen, North Carolina
When: March, Thursday 25, Friday 26, Saturday 27, Sunday 28
Presented by the Arts Council of Moore County and the Convention & Visitor's Bureau of Pinehurst, Southern Pines & Aberdeen Area, the Palustris Festival will present a remarkable variety of events showcasing the visual, literary and performing arts in Moore County. 
Scheduled for March 25-28, 2010, the festival is drawing attention from a wide range of arts groups and organizations in and around the Sandhills area.
Why the name Palustris?  The word palustris is taken … (0 comments)

aberdeen: Aberdeen, North Carolina Housing Market Update - 01/30/10 03:09 PM

Community Profile
Aberdeen, NC is a pleasant town nestled among long leaf pines and world renowned golf. Originally named Blue's Crossing, Aberdeen was settled in the 1700's by Scottish emigrants and today is the delight of railroad buffs, historians, artists and golfers. Aberdeen's National Register historic district features antiques, collectibles, art exhibits, unique gift shops and cafes where the charm of another century lives on as you stroll down the sidewalks of this quaint little railroad town steeped in history.
Housing Market Update
January 01, 2010 through to January 31, 2010 there were 07 Single Family Homes Sold. Average Sales … (0 comments)

aberdeen: Country Club of North Carolina | CCNC - 01/17/10 12:13 PM
 

Country Club of North Carolina | CCNC is best known for its nationally ranked golf courses.  The Dogwood course opened in 1963 and has been the venue for many championship events including three Carolinas Amateurs, six Southern Amateurs and the 1980 USGA Amateur.  Nine holes of the Cardinal course opened in 1970, with the second nine completed in 1981.  Both courses are ranked in the top 15 in North Carolina. 
1600 Morganton Rd., Pinehurst, NC  28374-6838 | (910) 692-6565 | www.ccofnc.com |MapIt 
The 18-hole "Dogwood" course at the Country Club of North Carolina facility in Pinehurst, North Carolina features 7,154 yards of … (5 comments)

aberdeen: Aberdeen, North Carolina 28315 USA - 12/31/09 05:45 PM

Community Profile
Aberdeen, NC is a pleasant town nestled among long leaf pines and world renowned golf. Originally named Blue's Crossing, Aberdeen was settled in the 1700's by Scottish emigrants and today is the delight of railroad buffs, historians, artists and golfers. Aberdeen's National Register historic district features antiques, collectibles, art exhibits, unique gift shops and cafes where the charm of another century lives on as you stroll down the sidewalks of this quaint little railroad town steeped in history.
Housing Market Update
December 01, 2009 through to December 31, 2009 there were 02 Residential Units Sold with an Average … (0 comments)

aberdeen: North Carolina No. 1 in the country for its business climate!.... - 11/04/09 02:16 PM
North Carolina continues to be ranked No. 1 in Site Selection's annual business climate rankings, eight times in the past nine years. It may be due in part to the states infrastructure of higher learning.
Site Selection magazine has ranked North Carolina No. 1 in the country for its business climate followed by Texas, Virginia, Ohio and Tennessee. The magazine cites new high-tech development and North Carolina's technology-focused academic centers as strengths for business growth. Click here or the magazine cover to read the article.
Moore County North Carolina is a great place to work and live. Offering a rural, low key-key life style but … (1 comments)

aberdeen: Another Housing Bailout on the Horizon? - 10/20/09 04:21 PM
The current administration has announced still another initiative in an effort to prop up the housing market.
Declining to put a pricetag on the program and insisting there would be no cost to taxpayers, officials unveiled a plan to aid state and local housing finance agencies, which provide mortgages to first-time and lower-income homebuyers and enable the development or rehabilitation of rental properties.
Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner said: "This initiative is critical to helping working families maintain access to affordable rental housing and homeownership in tough economic times."
Under this new initiative, the Treasury Department, along with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, … (1 comments)

aberdeen: 2009 International Sardine Festival - 10/17/09 06:10 PM

Aberdeen Lake Park, US Hwy 1, Aberdeen, NC 28315
The First Annual International Sardine Festival was held in October 1992 and every year there after people gather together in Aberdeen, North Carolina to admire classic automobiles, celebrate good times and graze on the traditional southern delicacy of sardines, moon pies and RC Cola's.
Sponsored by Sandhills Classic Street Rod Association, the 17th Annual International Sardine Festival Benefit Car & Truck Show was held at Aberdeen Lake Park, Aberdeen NC.
Proceeds from the event benefit local charities including Sandhills Teen Challenge and Aberdeen Parks & Recreation Youth Program, Aberdeen, NC.
One of the highlights of the festival is the arrival of … (2 comments)

 
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