Why Move to North Carolina??

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Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX One Realty

     I have found that I am always advertising myself & my company.  Why use Re/Max, Why use Me, etc.  While I still believe that I offer outstanding customer service and a TOP NOTCH Marketing program, and you should call ME for all your Real Estate needs, I wanted to write about WHY CHOOSE NC!

No matter where you are living currently, it is hard to beat North Carolina! Some of my favorite things about my home state are the perfect four seasons we get to enjoy.  I am lucky to have the beach approximately 2 hours away and the mountains 2 hours away! 

                    My Abby                            

You can't go wrong with our many OUTSTANDING Universities, North Carolina State University, UNC Chapel Hill, Duke University, UNC Wilmington, just to name a few! 

We have fantastic infrastructure and a consistent offering of new jobs from the many new opportunities constantly moving into NC! 

As far as Real Estate goes, check out my website at www.AprilStephens.com to view local listings.  We have sustained fairly well through the recession and current market.  We have many markets that continue to thrive!

If you would like more information on why you should move to NC, feel free to call or email!  I welcome all newcomers to NC!

 

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North Carolina has so much to offer!  Someone interested in having a little larger lot, and not so much of the URBAN / Downtown feel should definitely talk to you about Western Wake County and Johnston County Homes for Sale!

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