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Walnut Creek Discovery Collection

from $215,990 - $257,750

Lancaster, SC 29720

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Pelhem Pointe

from $236,990 - $284,490

Concord, NC 28027

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Waterford Hall

from $272,760 - $374,810

Davidson, NC 28036

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Villages Of Denver

from $216,990 - $242,990

Denver, NC 28037

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Carolina Reserve Enclave

from $216,665 - $295,665

Indian Land, SC 29707

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Enclave

from $202,990 - $241,990

Charlotte, NC 28278

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Mattamy Homes

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Stowe Pointe II

from $238,990 - $327,990

Belmont, NC 28012

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Hearthwood

from $234,990 - $274,990

Harrisburg, NC 28075

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Orleans Homes

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Sun City Carolina Lakes

from $210,999 - $419,000

Fort Mill, SC 29707

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Tuscany Discovery Collection

from $254,990 - $353,900

Waxhaw, NC 28173

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The Mills at Rocky River - From the $250s

from $259,990 - $329,990

Concord, NC 28025

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Brightwalk Single Family

from $241,400 - $287,900

Charlotte, NC 28206

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As you may have heard, Charlotte was in the news as the host of the 2012 Democratic National Convention. The Queen City was also a set location for the popular film series The Hunger Games. What do America's politicians and filmmakers know about Charlotte that other Americans might not know? A lot!

They know, for instance, that thanks to a booming locally-grown banking industry led by the headquarters of Bank of America and corporate offices of Wells Fargo, the city is thriving like never before, opening shops and restaurants at a blinding pace. With Duke Energy, Lowe's, and Nucor in the area, the influential Charlotte Convention Center draws businesses from all over the country, from every conceivable industry. And every day visitors traveling for business or pleasure discover Charlotte's distinctive mix of neighborhoods, which bring to mind the variation of great cities such as New York City in their diversity. Those looking for a piece of old Charlotte will find it in neighborhoods like Myers Park and Dilworth, with their tree-lined streets. Anyone who appreciates a vibrant artistic urban scene will appreciate NoDa, named after North Davidson Street, the hub of visual arts in Charlotte. Business professionals will feel at home in Center City, whose skyscrapers echo the visual calling card of other great urban business districts.

For a deeper understanding of Charlotte, it pays to discover the area's museums. The Levine Museum of the New South, in particular, will help you trace the origins of Charlotte's ascent to the national stage. The Billy Graham Library is another Charlotte original, and a fitting tribute to a man who greatly influenced local culture. Another way to approach Charlotte is behind a dinner table, fork in hand. Taste classic Charlotte at Price's Chicken Coop for fried chicken that will change your life. Another must-eat can be eaten at Mert's Heart and Soul, known for its salmon cakes. Top it all off with a visit to the famous Amelie's French Bakery for dessert.

On the weekends, Charlotte residents get out of town for thrills. When you're this close to Carowinds amusement park and the falls of the US National Whitewater Center, it's hard to stay indoors. As serous NASCAR fans know, a couple times a year, the nearby Charlotte Motor Speedway heats up with the Coca-Cola 600, Bank of America 500, and the NASCAR Sprint Cup All-Star Race.

It's clear that moving to Charlotte is a smart choice for your future. New Home Source will be there as you create a life in the Queen City, by helping you find the perfect home in one of America's next great cities.

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