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Mooresville, NC is a Top Suburb of Charlotte

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, October 19, 2017

Abberly Green Apartment Homes in MooresvilleOver the past quarter-century, the towns around Charlotte have moved on from tobacco and textiles to forge their own identities, distinct from one another.

There’s no such thing as an ordinary Charlotte suburb. There are lake suburbs, small-town suburbs and suburbs where people identify themselves by which highway exit number is closest to their house. Some places feel like they’re extensions of Charlotte; others feel like they’re in another world.

We wanted to find out which towns around Charlotte are, definitively, the best. We started with four main categories—Housing and Employment, Quality of Life, Diversity and Vitality, and School Outcomes—and pulled together a series of statistics for each. We examined the towns based on how they fared against the other suburbs in the region in each category. 

Mooresville, NC is #2

Race shops such as JR Motorsports and Penske Racing helped Mooresville earn the title of Race City USA, but now the most familiar engines in town are those attached to bulldozers, dump trucks, and crane operators.

In town, the race is on to complete several development projects, including a 476-acre industrial park, a new Allied Health Sciences Building at Mitchell Community College and the transformation of a former cotton mill, Burlington Mills, into a mixed-use development. Aliño Pizzeria is one of the most popular tenants; on weekends, expect to wait in line for a scratch-made Neapolitan pizza.

“We didn’t want to be just a bedroom community of Charlotte,” says Jessica Stewart of the Mooresville-South Iredell Economic Development Corporation. “We had bigger aspirations.”

Since 2014, Mooresville has announced more than $181 billion in new community investments, including 1.5 million square feet in new commercial construction and the addition of 1,091 local jobs. Last year, the Urban Land Institute released a report estimating that the population of Mooresville would increase 58 percent by 2030, driving the number of residents to more than 55,000. The population was a little more than 19,000 in 2000.

National companies like Lowe’s and MacLean-Fogg helped establish Mooresville as a great place to do business. Smaller companies are also moving here. Four of the most recent renters at LangTree on Lake Norman are local businesses: Hampton Men’s Clothing, Lake Norman Cigar Company, Vinyasa Arts LKN, and Barakah Mediterranean Café and Creamery.

Historic downtown is making a comeback as a destination.

“Our downtown was long described as a place with ‘good bones’ and ‘potential,’” mayor Miles Atkins says. “Now that people want more urbanized environments, downtown is back on their radar.”

A number of new businesses have opened (or are in the process of opening) in the historic downtown core, including a new brewpub. Monthly food truck rallies are held on Main Street, and construction on a new $43 million mixed-use development on Church Street, with first-floor retail and three stories of apartments (a total of 202 units) is underway. The historic mill village—the largest intact mill village in the nation—is also undergoing a renaissance as new owners renovate and rehabilitate the homes.

“There is a lot of activity happening,” Atkins says. “It’s building a great vibe that will continue to evolve.”

Good to Know

In 2015, national financial website CreditDonkey rated Mooresville the No. 1 place to live in North Carolina based on income, the number of college-educated residents, restaurants per capita, commute time, and the odds of being a victim of violent crime.

Good to Go

The annual Wiener Dog Race is not to be missed. The dashing dachshunds are not only adorable; the October event raises money for local rescue groups. For more information on apartments in Mooresville, NC contact Abberly Green.

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Apartments in Mooresville, NC Offer Luxury and Location

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, October 12, 2017

Abberly Green Apartment Homes in Mooresville, NCIf you are looking for a one-bedroom, two-bedroom, or three- bedroom apartment in Mooresville, NC, stop your search at Abberly Green Apartments.

Located in Mooresville, NC, Abberly Green is conveniently located off Highway 21, just minutes from I-77, and only 20 minutes from Uptown Charlotte. Abberly Green provides an abundance of floor plan options and amenities, in a setting that has everything you want and more. Enjoy boating, hiking and camping at Lake Norman, shopping and fine dining in both Mooresville and nearby Davidson, and wine tasting in the Yadkin Valley and Swan Creek wine regions. Abberly Green is also located in one of the best school districts in North Carolina!

You can choose from a number of innovatively designed floor plans in our prestigious community. Our spacious apartments in Mooresville, NC are the perfect choice. Surrounded by delightful landscapes and things to do, you will find an apartment to reflect your lifestyle.

At Abberly Green we have apartments designed for your lifestyle. In addition to the community we offer, our location is premier because of its quick access to Charlotte and major highways.

For more information on making Abberly Green your home, contact us.


Fall Festivals and Fairs and Things to Do Around Mooresville and Charlotte, NC

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, October 04, 2017

Abberly Green Apartment Homes in Mooresville, NCLocal festivals add spice to the fall season. Fried turkey legs, funnel cakes, and a fried snicker bar make great memories of perfect fall nights at the fair. Thankfully, we get to enjoy these delicacies year after year. If you live in an apartment in Mooresville, NC be sure to enjoy one of these festivals or fairs this fall season.

Carolina Renaissance Festival
Sept. 30-Nov. 19
This annual festival is full of attractions, entertainment, games and rides, live performances, jousting, authentic food such as turkey legs and fish and chips, shopping, and costumed cast members.
Location/Cost: 16445 Poplar Tent Road, Huntersville. $14+.
Hours: Saturdays and Sundays from 10am-5pm.

Hola Charlotte
Oct. 7
This free uptown street festival spotlights Latin American culture in Charlotte with food, music, folkloric dances, and more. Location/Cost: Levine Museum of the New South, 200 E. 7th St. Free.

UNC Charlotte International Festival
Oct. 14
Experience the sights, sounds, dances, food and cultures of the world.
Location/Cost: Barnhardt Student Activity Center, 9201 University City Blvd. Free.

Carolina BalloonFest
Oct. 20-22
Enjoy a weekend of hot air balloon events include two balloon launches a day where 50 balloons take flight, plus tethered balloon rides and a walk-in balloon. There are several non-balloon activities, including beer and wine tastings, live music and artist booths, plus a Kids' Zone filled with inflatables, a climbing wall and a bungee jump. There are also magicians on hand to keep the little ones entertained.
Location/Cost: Statesville Regional Airport, 260 Hangar Drive, Statesville $5-$30.
Hours: Friday, 3-8:30pm; Saturday, 7am-8:30pm; and Sunday, 7am-6pm.

Day of the Dead/Dia de Muertos Festival
Oct. 29
This free family festival celebrates the traditional Mexican holiday with altars, music and dance performances, sugar skull workshops, arts and crafts, and more.
Location/Cost: Levine Museum of the New South, 200 E. 7th St. Free.
Hours: Noon-4pm.

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Luxurious Apartments in Mooresville, NC

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Abberly Green Apartment Homes in Mooresville, NCNorth Carolina is a very popular area to visit and to live. Regularly receiving accolades as a wonderful place to work, one of the “Best Places to Live,” packed with wonderful small towns, where your money can go farther, where jobs are surging, and filled with beautiful scenery. In fact, North Carolina has a mild climate, four gorgeous seasons, and so much to do. Mooresville, NC is right around the corner from Charlotte with art, theater, and restaurants galore. Some of the best food and lakefront dining at your fingertips and overflowing with charm, people from all over love their decision to move here.

If you are looking for an one bedroom apartment in Mooresville, NC  look no further than Abberly Green. These luxury apartment homes have a community environment and exclusive amenities. We offer five styles of one-bedroom apartments along with luxury apartment community amenities.

Abberly Green sits in an exclusive lakefront  community. Get a taste of the south, art, booming city-living, and comfort, along with a built-in community. This is a distinctive apartment community environment made for those seeking apartment amenities, spacious and inviting floor plans, and the dedication of a committed management team.

For more information on apartments in Mooresville, NC, contact Abberly Green.

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Moving to Mooresville, NC? Reasons Why You’ll Love It!

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Abberly Green, Mooresville, NCFor anyone moving to an apartment in Mooresville, NC you’ll want to read this! One thing most people realize about Mooresville is how connected the community is. There are so many events on a weekly basis for adults, families and businesses. Here’s some things you will love about your move to Mooresville!

The Residents of Mooresville

The people who call Mooresville home are what make the community so incredible. With all the people relocating here, you will encounter some of the nicest individuals from all over the country. The cheerfulness of the people living in Mooresville is a product of everything Mooresville has to offer, including the a great place for jobs, amazing weather, and plenty to do. If you’re moving to Mooresville from the northern states, you will notice almost immediately just how welcoming the people here are.

Community

Mooresville is a large town with a small town feel, and that is one of the best parts of living here. You will love the welcoming embrace you get from the local residents. The opportunities to meet new people is another favorite part of living here.

Mooresville is Great for Jobs

If you’re moving to Mooresville you will find it a lot easier to find a job than in many other cities. With more than 18,000 job openings in Mooresville, NC and more than 26,000 in Charlotte, NC, there is likely to be one for you. The median salary to median cost of living is one of the best in the US! The presence of NASCAR, Lowes Corporate and national award winning schools is a huge part of what makes Mooresville such a great place for jobs.

The Food in Mooresville

If you are relocating to Mooresville you’ll want to be sure you head downtown for a night out. With countless Restaurants in the Mooresville area you will have plenty of places to call your favorite. If you’re looking for good old southern BBQ you will have plenty of choices. Also, the southern towns of Davidson, Cornelius, Huntersville and the city of Charlotte offer an endless dining experience as well.

Craft Beer in Mooresville

The state of North Carolina has become a staple for the craft beer scene, you will find many local breweries between Mooresville and Asheville, along with local specialty beer shops.

Weather in Mooresville is Mild

The weather in Mooresville is mild year round and is a great reason to relocate. We experience all four seasons, and yes, it occasionally snows in Mooresville. We are only 1-2 hours from the Mountains if you like to ski or snowboard. 

Education is Nationally Ranked

Mooresville is one of the most technologically advanced school districts in the nation thanks to Lowe’s contributions. Lowe’s has given Mooresville School District the ability to provide Apple MacBooks to all students starting in the fourth grade.

Lake Living in Mooresville

Mooresville, NC is home to Lake Norman. It is the largest man-made lake in the south. Local residents have the privilege of living and playing on the shores of Lake Norman. The weather in Mooresville allows for local people to enjoy water sports and boating for the majority of the year. 

Mooresville NC has Live Music!

For those who love music, Mooresville is a great place to relocate. There are countless live music events at local bars and restaurants.

Nightlife Near Mooresville

If you’re planning on relocating to the Mooresville area, you will have no shortage of great nightlife opportunities. You will find several local hotspots. Mooresville is located a short distance from Charlotte, NC as well. In the city of Charlotte, residents enjoy local bars, breweries, and restaurants for an incredible late night scene. Charlotte is also home to the AvidXChange Music Factory, formerly known as the North Carolina Music Factory.

Sports around the area

Located near Charlotte, Mooresville residents enjoy professional, amateur and college level sports. Charlotte is home to the NBA Charlotte Hornets, NFL Carolina Panthers, NHL Carolina Hurricanes (AHL) Charlotte Checkers, MLB Charlotte Knights and NASCAR Sprint Cup BK Racing. College sports near Mooresville include the UNCC 49ers and Davidson Wildcats. In recent years the University of North Carolina at Charlotte has added college football to their extensive college sports lineup.

If you’re thinking of moving to an apartment in Mooresville, NC, contact Abberly Green.

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Reasons to Rent in Retirement

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, September 14, 2017

Abberly Green, Mooresville, NCFor years, the standard plan for retirement was to pay off your mortgage and continue living in your family home, or perhaps sell that home and pay cash for a smaller home, possibly in a retirement community.

But that plan has changed in recent years, as some retirees have joined their millennial children and grandchildren in choosing to rent rather than buy. While their reasons vary, the trend indicates that renting is losing its stigma and that, for some older people, renting makes good economic sense.

Here are seven reasons to rent in retirement.

You want to try out a new area. Many people fantasize about moving to warm climates when they retire. But those places are big lifestyle changes for many, and some people discover that the land of mosquitoes and endless summer is not for them. Plus, it's hard to choose a neighborhood when you don't know the city. Renting gives you an opportunity to try on a new lifestyle and check out neighborhoods without committing.

You expect to move soon. If you sell the family house and expect to need assisted living within a few years, buying a home to live in for a short time may not make sense. Or perhaps you're planning to move closer to children in a few years, but you want to stay in your hometown a little longer. Renting makes it easier to move quickly.

You can't afford to own a home. The cost of the mortgage is just part of the cost of homeownership. Real estate taxes, condo or HOA fees and homeowners insurance are somewhat predictable, but the cost of repairs is a looming unknown. Those types of expenses require you to keep some cash in reserve. Houses are so expensive, and the expenses are unpredictable sometimes.

You want more freedom. You don't want to spend the rest of your life in one place, and you want to be free for adventure. That might mean long-term travel, living a few years near one child and then a few years near another, or maybe you would like to test out various cities where you could settle. In any of these scenarios, renting makes more sense. When you're renting, it gives you a lot of flexibility.

You want to tap the equity in your home. If your home is worth a lot of money but you have no access to cash for living expenses, selling the home and renting can be a good option for some, though you'll need to do the math and weigh this option versus a reverse mortgage.

You want to move into senior housing. Some older people, especially if they are single, may not like living alone but they may not need assisted living. One option is to rent an apartment in an independent living community, which provides meals, activities and maintenance. Buy-in communities also have these amenities, but a rental community is less of a commitment and may make more financial sense for some.

You can't get a mortgage. Since the foreclosure crisis, lenders have become much stricter about documenting income. Retirement income counts, but you may not have enough money for the home you want, especially if you don't have a lot of cash for a down payment. Buying becomes more difficult when you retire because lending standards are stricter.

For more information on apartments in Mooresville, NC, contact Abberly Green.

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Charlotte Area: Where Everyone Wants to Live Right Now

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, September 06, 2017

Abberly Green, Mooresville, NCWhether it be a searing hot job market, affordable housing, or a booming entertainment scene, these are the best cities to move to in 2017.

Looking to move? Look no further. The best cities of 2017 are the perfect storm of fun and economic. Whether it be a searing hot job market, affordable housing, or a booming entertainment scene, these are the best cities to move to in 2017.

Charlotte, NC

Charlotte is known as a commercial hub, fueled by outdoor recreation and a growing culinary scene, as well as a deep and rich history. History lovers can enjoy the plethora of post-civil war history sprinkled throughout the city and state. “Charlotte is a great place to live, work, and raise a family,” says Gregg Watkins, Communications Manager of the Office of the Mayor of Charlotte, NC. “We are a diverse and welcoming 21st century city with a small-town feel.”

For more information on apartments near Charlotte, NC in Mooresville, NC, contact Abberly Village.

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Best Places to Live 2017

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Abberly Green, Mooresville, NCU.S. News & World Report, the global authority in rankings and consumer advice, unveiled the 2017 Best Places to Live in the United States. The new list ranks the country's 100 largest metropolitan areas based on affordability, job prospects and quality of life.

When considering a move people are concerned about finding a job in their field, earning enough to afford a home, sending their kids to good schools and feeling like a part of their community. The Best Places to Live ranking takes all of that into account – the metro areas that do well are the ones with strong job markets and high quality of life.

The 2017 Best Places to Live were determined in part by a public survey of thousands of individuals across the U.S. to find out what qualities they consider important in a home town. The methodology also factors in data from the United States Census Bureau, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Bureau of Labor Statistics, as well as U.S. News rankings of the Best High Schools and Best Hospitals.

#14 in Best Places to Live - Charlotte, NC

Charlotte is a region that's equal parts old-fashioned southern charm and high-energy cosmopolitan bustle. You'll still hear "y'all" dropped into casual conversation, but Charlotte is a metro area on the rise, and has its own culture, culinary sophistication and unique feel that's making it a more enticing place for people from all over the world to settle down. This melting pot effect makes Charlotte an easy area to break into. You're not from here? Well neither are most people you'll meet.

Charlotte has become a place filled with new restaurants to try and events that attract people from all over. It's a standalone destination area now, no longer living in the shadow of Atlanta or Charleston, South Carolina. Though Charlotte has evolved significantly in the past decade, the transformation is only continuing, as evidenced by the numerous construction cranes across the skyline.

You'll frequently hear the word "manageable" used to describe Charlotte. Its climate is more manageable than Florida's and its housing prices and living expenses are more manageable than New York City. You can take your family out to eat without spending a fortune, and on the weekends, free events are easy to find.

Rankings

U.S. News analyzed 100 metro areas in the United States to find the best places to live based on quality of life and the job market in each metro area, as well as the value of living there and people's desire to live there.

Charlotte ranks as # with an overall score of 7.1 out of 10.

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Moving To and Living In Metro Charlotte, NC

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Abberly Green, Mooresville, NCCharlotte is a charming, prosperous city that’s full of hospitality. Are you thinking of moving to the Charlotte area?

Living In and Around the Charlotte Area

Charlotte is undeniably one of the fastest-growing regions in the US.Many people are flocking to the Charlotte Metro for its booming economy, low cost of living, top education and cultural attractions. It’s Charlotte’s keen ability to balance the energy of a big-city while still having that classic Southern comfort sets it apart.

What’s the Cost of Living in Charlotte Area?

When moving to Charlotte, you can look forward to lower taxes, affordable housing and higher salaries. The median rent is around $800. North Carolina has the highest flat income tax rate out of the eight U.S. states that have this income tax system. However, its property taxes are some of the lowest in the nation. The quality education system, public, private and charter schools, also add great value to living in Charlotte. The thriving job market is great at reassuring the region’s economic well-being. The abundance of things to do at an affordable cost of living make moving to the Charlotte metropolitan area very appealing.

Living in the Charlotte Metro Area

People living in the Charlotte Metro area enjoy a mild climate that still includes four seasons. Winters rarely dip below freezing and summers are warm. The mountains and beach are conveniently located in the region, making recreational activities easily accessible. When moving to Charlotte, you’ll notice a small-town charm, think – mom ‘n’ pop shops and backyard barbeques. This neighborhood- friendly community is what draws in many. Commuting around Charlotte is convenient thanks to the expanding LYNX light rail system and bike-sharing options.

Jobs & Employment in the Charlotte Metro Area

Those moving to Charlotte will experience a delightfully booming economy. It’s ranked as a top metropolitan predicted to grow, thanks to an influx of new businesses in the area. Charlotte is headquarters for more banks than any city outside of New York. There’s also a diverse market for commercial and industrial sectors. Forbes recognizes Charlotte as one of the best places to have a business and grow your career. The unemployment rate here is lower than the U.S. average, and future job growth is projected to rise 38% from 2016-2026.

About Mooresville, NC

The city of Mooresville is about 30 miles north of Charlotte and has a lot to offer its residents. It sits on the shores of Lake Norman where residents go for year-round recreation, paddle boarding, boating and fishing. Mooresville is referred to as “Race City USA” because it’s home to many of NASCAR’s most prominent teams and auto museums. The area is filled with fun things to do. It has many golf courses, spas, wine bars and restaurants.

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In North Carolina You Can Retire like a Vanderbilt for Less Money

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Abberly Green Apartments in Mooresville, NCBack in 1895, the breathtaking Blue Ridge Mountains, a comfortable climate and low land prices inspired the Vanderbilts to buy up 125,000 acres of North Carolina wilderness and build the Biltmore House, the largest estate in the U.S. The same factors that attracted this wealthy family continue to make North Carolina popular among retirees and second-home buyers today.

But the Tar Heel State offers a little bit of everything, geographically and culturally. Retirees who prefer to live by the sea can find 300 miles of barrier island beaches, two national seashores and idyllic villages in the state’s eastern region.

North Carolina also has some great college towns, including Chapel Hill, Davidson, and Durham. And dynamic city living can be found in fast-growing Charlotte, which has been undergoing a restaurant renaissance, and the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill-Cary vicinity, dubbed the “Research Triangle” due to its high density of high tech companies.

For anyone on a fixed budget, living costs in North Carolina can be fairly friendly. Overall, the state is 3.7% cheaper than the national average. State income taxes are also to 5.8% flat tax.

For more information on retiring in apartments in Mooresville, NC contact Abberly Green.

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Abberly Green Apartments

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