Central North Carolina is the prime location where you want to invest in real estate. Located between the mountains and the coast means you can get to either in 3 hours, because NC has always been known as the good roads state. The rolling hills, fields and streams of the piedmont has been conducive to the growth of mill towns into the modern cities of today. The first state in the nation to support public education has resulted in the most diversified economy, with everything from agriculture and textiles to banking, technology and life science industries. Find out why we are the fastest growing region in the United States of America.

Urban areas

US-Rank Combined statistical areas.wiki pop-2019 growth

21 Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia-Rock-Hill 2,797,636 +16.44%

31 Raleigh-Durham-Cary-Chapel-Hill 2,079,687 +19.51%

35 Greensboro–Winston-Salem–High Point 1,689,151 +6.29%

65 Fayetteville-Southern-Pines-Pinehurst 854,826 +7.19%

CLT - 2,583,956

Anson Wadesboro

Cabarrus Concord

Catawba Newton

Cleveland Shelby

Gaston Gastonia

Iredell Statesville

Lincoln Lincolnton

Mecklenburg Charlotte

Rowan Salisbury

Stanly Albemarle

Union Monroe

RDU - 2,079,687

Chatham Pittsboro

Durham Durham

Edgecombe Tarboro

Franklin Louisburg

Granville Oxford

Johnston Smithfield

Nash Nashville

Orange Hillsborough

Person Roxboro

Vance Henderson

Wake Raleigh

Warren Warrenton

Wilson Wilson

GSO - 1,689,151

Alamance Graham

Caswell Yanceyville

Davidson Lexington

Davie Mocksville

Forsyth Winston-Salem

Guilford Greensboro

Randolph Asheboro

Rockingham Wentworth

Stokes Danbury

Yadkin Yadkinville

FAY - 854,826

Cumberland Fayetteville

Harnett Lillington

Hoke Raeford

Lee Sanford

Montgomery Troy

Moore Carthage

Richmond Rockingham

Robeson Lumberton

Scotland Laurinburg