Relocating to North Carolina
Perhaps you grew up in North Carolina, moved away, and are looking to make your way back. Maybe you've visited, and the idea of living here hasn't escaped your mind since. Or a life change, whether it be a family situation, career, or schooling, has led you to the Tar Heel State. No matter what brought you here—Bill Clark Homes is ready to help make the journey an exciting one. Read on for some of the many perks that come with relocating to North Carolina.
More home for your money
Practically speaking, one of the best components of relocating to North Carolina is its affordability. The state ranks below the U.S. national average for cost of living—and housing, in particular, comes in almost 20% below the national average, according to BestPlaces.net's cost of living calculator. That means you can get more home for your money in North Carolina than in many other states. Wilmington's city has consistently received some of the most favorable scores on the Council for Community and Economic Research's acclaimed cost of living index.
Exciting attractions and activities
If you are relocating from a major city, you won't be disappointed by all the North Carolina attractions. As one of the original thirteen colonies of what would become the United States, North Carolina is a beautiful place for fans of history and culture to live and explore. The Wilmington area features historic homes, the Battleship North Carolina, history and art museums galore, and a National Register Historic District. New Bern is known for its art community, with award-winning museums, art galleries, performing arts venues, and more. Greenville is also home to a wide range of cultural and historical activities, including the arts and entertainment hub in Uptown Greenville.
In addition to its abundance, North Carolina offers natural beauty and other unique characteristics. A mild climate year-round, paired with various landscapes and terrains, allows for both novice and experienced outdoor enthusiasts to spend their time connecting with nature. There's plenty of ways to stay active outdoors, from the state parks near our communities to the coastal waterways and beaches. With a bit of a drive to the Western portion of the state, residents and visitors can explore the Nantahala National Forest and Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Beautiful homes in friendly neighborhoods
A friendly, welcoming atmosphere is key to making your new home and community a fit for your family. Bill Clark Homes aims to design communities that complement the areas they are built in; they foster a sense of inclusion and friendliness. By building in sought-after areas with fabulous school districts, high standards for safety, and healthy, thriving economies, your relocation to North Carolina will be that much easier.
When it comes to the building process, you can choose simplified or personalized. With the simplified approach, you can browse our inventory of completed or partially completed home plans—filtering by city, community, price, square footage, bedrooms, and construction status in your desired neighborhood. This option is perfect for those needing to move quickly and reap the benefits of buying a new-construction home.
The personalized approach allows buyers to select their ideal community, choose from our portfolio of plans and work with the design team to choose the perfect options to make a house feel like home. This is beneficial for those with a precise vision of their next home.
If you'd like to learn more about Bill Clark Homes and how we can help your family plant roots in some of the best cities in North Carolina, contact us today.