Abberly Green Apartments

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A Great City to Start a Career

Joseph Coupal - Monday, July 30, 2018

Abberly Green Apartment Homes in MooresvilleDeciding where to lay the foundation for a long and prosperous career can be a tall order, especially for recent graduates entering the job market for the first time. After all, there are many factors — job-market saturation, housing affordability and commuter-friendliness, for instance — to consider about each prospective area. The market is ripe for new graduates, though, with an unemployment rate of only 4.1 percent as of March 2018. And employers plan to hire 4 percent more graduates from the Class of 2018 than they did from the Class of 2017.

Starting a career doesn’t need to be that difficult or intimidating. WalletHub compared the relative market strength and overall livability of more than 180 U.S. cities to help recent college graduates find the best cradles for their budding careers. We examined each city based on 27 key metrics that range from the availability of entry-level jobs to monthly average starting salary to workforce diversity. A complete breakdown of our findings, a detailed methodology and expert career advice can be found below.

Charlotte, NC

Overall Rank: 38
Total Score: 52.32
Professional Opportunities Rank: 54
Quality of Life Rank: 17

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It's Not Very Expensive to Live in Mooresville, NC

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Abberly Green Apartment Homes in MooresvilleFor those of us who live in the Charlotte metro area, we're accustomed to paying a little more for the privilege of calling the Queen City region home. Mooresville, however, is one of the cheapest places to live in the Charlotte metro region, according to a new study by the Economic Policy Institute.

The institute recently released its 2018 family budget calculator that estimates how costly it is to live in each of America's 3,142 counties and 611 metro areas.

The Charlotte metropolitan area ranks as one of the most expensive places to live in the Tar Heel state, according to the institute. Perhaps unsurprisingly, living in Charlotte is more pricey than Asheville and the Raleigh metro areas.

When it comes to living in Iredell County, however, the findings are different.

The institute estimates that a family of two adults and two children in Iredell Couny would need to earn a combined $83,862 per year — or $6,988 a month — to live comfortably.

Here's how that money gets spent:

  • Housing: $828 per month
  • Food: $749 per month
  • Child Care: $1,116 per month
  • Transportation: $1,224 per month
  • Health Care: $1,427 per month
  • Other Necessities: $636 per month
  • Taxes: $1,009 per month

Economic Policy Institute estimates that a family of two adults and two children in Charlotte would need to earn a combined $89,330 per year — or $7,444 a month — to live comfortably. That's only slightly more expensive than Raleigh but much higher than if we lived in Asheville.

To live in the Raleigh area, the same family would need to earn a combined $89,271 per year, or $7,439 every month, to "attain a modest yet adequate standard of living," the organization said.

In the Asheville area, the cost would be $85,205 per year.

The family budget calculator accounts for geographic differences in cost of living, but does not include many expenses associated with a middle-class lifestyle, including student loan payments or saving for college or retirement.

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So Many Reasons to Move to Mooresville, NC

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, July 19, 2018

Abberly Green Apartment Homes in MooresvilleCommunity

Mooresville is a large town with a small town feel and that is one of the best parts. You will love the welcoming embrace you get from the local Mooresville residents and how often you run into people you know at community events. You may not notice it at first, but after 6 months you will. The opportunities to meet new people is definitely a great part of living here. You will find that in Mooresville you will always run into people you have previously met, whether at the grocery store or at a local downtown festival or 4th of July at the local Lowes YMCA.

The People

The people who call Mooresville home are what makes the community so incredible. With all the people relocating to Mooresville you will encounter some of the nicest individuals you won’t find anywhere else. The community is so welcoming the transition is very easy and makes this town a home.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 an affordability of homes for sale unlike most other cities. Mooresville is also known as Race City USA because of the NASCAR presence. If you’re moving to Mooresville from the northern states, you will notice almost immediately just how welcoming the people in Mooresville are.

A Great Place for Jobs

If you’re moving to Mooresville you will find it a lot easier to find a job than most other cities. With more than 18,000 job openings in Mooresville NC and more than 26,000 in Charlotte NC, there likely to be one that is just right for you. The median salary to median home value 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. A lot of executives will move to Mooresville to begin working for Lowes Corporate, as well as Ingersoll Rand in Davidson NC and many other corporate businesses in Charlotte. So what else are you likely to love about moving here?

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Financially North Carolina is one of the Best States to Retire

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Abberly Green Apartments in Mooresville, NCWe all want to make the most of our money, especially once we retire. Finances pay a big part in deciding where to spend your golden years; fortunately, North Carolina is one of the most tax friendly states for retirees – perfect for enjoying the finer things in life.

North Carolina Retirement Taxes

There’s a few reasons why North Carolina makes the cut as one of the best states to retire to for taxes. Due to a tax reform back in 2013, the Tar Heel state now charges income tax at a flat rate of just 5.75% as well as a tax exemption on all Social Security retirement benefits. There’s no wonder these retiree friendly taxes add that extra appeal for those looking to relocate during retirement.

Competitive Cost of Living

As well as North Carolina providing great taxes for retirees, you’ll also find a low cost of living in the state. The lower price of food, utilities, transport and housing here compared to other states means you’ll have more freedom to spend money on the things you love. If you’re in need of healthcare, you’ll be happy to know that prescription drugs are fully exempt from tax in North Carolina as well. The low cost of living retirees can enjoy here has even lead to the city of Durham being featured in MSN Money’s list of top ten places to retire.

Adventure On Your Doorstep

North Carolina has an abundance of spectacular scenery to discover. With national parks, waterfalls and mountains at every turn, you won’t need to travel far or spend much to explore this beautiful state. The state’s well-maintained highways provide easy access to North Carolina’s stunning beaches and quaint coastal towns, as well as the breath-taking views of the Blue Ridge Mountains – perfect locations for money saving days out!

Keep Active For Less

Living on a retirement income doesn’t mean you have to revert to a slower pace of life. Get out and explore all that this state has to offer. Having all this available on your doorstep is a great way to keep active without breaking the bank.

Combine a low cost of living, retiree friendly taxes and an abundance of free and budget friendly locations and activities and it’s easy to see why North Carolin of one of the best states to retire in, both financially and lifestyle wise.


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Fourth of July Week, What to Do in the Charlotte Area

Joseph Coupal - Sunday, July 01, 2018

Abberly Green Apartments in Mooresville, NCNext week is America's Birthday. If you live in an apartment in Mooresville, NC here are some things you can do to help celebrate!

July 1

Charlotte Symphony Summer Pops: Celebrate America | Charlotte

Pack a picnic, blankets and chairs for Charlotte Symphony’s Summer Pops Celebrate America! With Fireworks. The concert features patriotic songs, followed by a dynamic fireworks display. $5-$15; children 12 and under admitted free. 8:15 p.m. Symphony Park, 4400 Sharon Road.

July 3

Summer Celebration | Mooresville

Enjoy local entertainment and food, kid-friendly activities and spectacular fireworks. Bring a blanket and chairs, and arrive early. Free. 4-10 p.m. Lowe’s YMCA, 170 Joe V. Knox Ave., Mooresville.

July 3-4

USNWC Fourth of July Celebration | Charlotte

U.S. National Whitewater Center’s Fourth of July Celebration is a two-day festival that features outdoor adventure, yoga, live music and spectacular fireworks displays. Musical performances take place each evening, followed by fireworks. $6 parking fee. 3-9:30 p.m. U.S. National Whitewater Center, 5000 Whitewater Center Pkwy.

July 4

American 4-Miler | Charlotte

Kick off Independence Day with a 4-mile race and 1-mile kids’ run. No race-day registration. $5-$35. 7:30 a.m.; kids’ run at 8:30 a.m. Metropolitan, 1111 Metropolitan Ave., Charlotte.

WBT SkyShow Street Party and Charlotte Knights Baseball

Baseball and Independence Day combine for a fun festival that includes bounce houses, vendors and live music at the SkyShow Street Party in the afternoon followed by baseball and fireworks. The Charlotte Knights take on the Durham Bulls at 6 p.m. Game tickets start at $12. The street party begins takes place from 2-10 p.m. and is free. Mint Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.


Abberly Green Apartments

117 Abberly Green Boulevard, Mooresville, NC 28117

Call: 844-379-4792
View Map

Opens: Monday-Friday: 9A-6P | Saturday: 10A-5P | Sunday: 1P-5P