Moving to Concord

Although it enjoys many of the advantages of small town life, the city of Concord, North Carolina has proven to be a thriving, progressive community. Concord is the second largest city in the Charlotte Metropolitan Area. Located just a short drive north from Charlotte, Concord boasts a population near 80,000 spanning over 60 square miles.

Concord is most famously known for being home to the Charlotte Motor Speedway, a NASCAR Research and Development Office, and several professional race teams. Visit this wonderful town, though, and you’ll realize there is much more to offer. The city, characterized by its beautiful rolling hills and forests, possesses a fantastic mixture of progress and heritage, allowing you to see that Concord still embodies the meaning of its name – “harmony.”

Concord has been able to perfectly blend business, industrial and residential life, while keeping the integrity of the town’s history alive. The city showcases a comprehensive collection of late nineteenth and early twentieth century historic homes where residents take great pride in maintaining the historical and architectural greatness of their homes.

The City of Concord emphasizes that quality cultural experiences are provided to Concord’s citizens through the Old Courthouse Theater, as well as numerous local civic and arts groups, such as the Cabarrus Arts Council. Also, that the city has made extensive improvements to city-owned parks facility, Les Myers Park, and has recently purchased 310 acres of land between the Concord Regional Airport and the Charlotte Motor Speedway for a city-owned golf course and recreational area.

The city is served by the Cabarrus County Schools system. Families can look forward to educational opportunities including public and private schools in elementary, secondary, and higher education. There are currently 12 elementary schools in Concord, along with 4 middle schools, and 5 high schools.

 The City of Concord offers historic districts and a Memorial Garden all within walking distance of the historic and bustling downtown Concord, with numerous restaurants, banks, and shops. The city was a winner of the All-America City Award in 2004 and it is not hard to see why.

The number one tourist destination in North Carolina happens to be Concord Mills, the outlet mall featuring a Bass Pro Shop as well as many great restaurants. Across the street is one of the best stops in the Charlotte area, The Great Wolf Lodge where families from near and far travel for some excellent water slides and good times.

If you have questions about living in and around Concord, we have many Mortgage Planners who currently reside there who would be happy to answer any questions you might have about raising children in the area or finding the perfect place to start a new life or retire.