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We know just how important local facts and statistics are to new residents, so our guides feature articles on major cities and towns, area housing, healthcare and dental care, etc. and information on local education options.

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Cape Fear NC: Wilmington, Brunswick, Pender & Onslow

The Crystal Coast, Cape Fear, and Outer Banks regions of North Carolina bring thousands of newcomers and visitors each year to experience sun, surf, and unspoiled sandy beaches.

Fayetteville, Fort Bragg and Sandhills NC

The area of the North Carolina called the Sandhills is a region known for horses, golf, long leaf pines and sandy soil. Sandhills towns are located in Moore, Harnett, Hoke, Lee, Robeson and Cumberland Counties.

Johnston and Southern Wake County NC

Wake County is the ninth fastest growing county in the U.S. Raleigh is the state capital and is the largest city in the county and Triangle region.

Triad: Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and High Point

The Triad cities of Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point, offer cultural amenities, award winning colleges and universities and superior health care to its residents.

Triangle: Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill and Cary

The Triangle region is made up of three anchor cities: Chapel Hill, Raleigh and Durham. Together, the three cities are the economic engine for the state with an estimated population of 1.6 million residents (2011 Census).

Upstate SC: Greenville, Spartanburg and Anderson

Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson and surrounding cities and towns in South Carolina are known collectively as the “Upstate,” or “Upcountry area.”

Western NC: Asheville, Brevard, Hendersonville and Waynesville

Western North Carolina attracts thousands of visitors and newcomers annually to its scenic towns surrounded by the Appalachian Mountains, Blue Ridge Mountains, Great Smoky Mountains, Grandfather Mountain, Black Mountain and others.

Charlotte, NC

Charlotte is North Carolina’s largest city and the nation’s 17th largest city. The city is strategically located on the eastern seaboard.

Covering North Carolina and Upstate South Carolina.

8 Regional Magazines

Our writers provide current information and insight into the region for those interested in moving or relocating to North Carolina and South Carolina.

Produced Biannually

From the Coastal NC region to the Western NC region, our relocation guides are produced biannually to assist newcomers and visitors with helpful information.

Founded in 2001

We employ associate publishers in each area to provide the best coverage and up to date information. Headquartered in Raleigh, our staff works diligently to ensure accurate information is presented in an appealing manner.