As the country's economy slowly improves and mobility increases in the work force, many working families have found new opportunities and communities in smaller cities around the United States.
Brian Clark of the real estate magazine, On Common Ground, reported on a family’s journey from bustling Boston, MA to quaint Dubuque, IA. While the move initially panicked the former urbanites, the family grew to love and appreciate the “lower housing costs, friendliness and slower pace of life.” In North Carolina, cities like Asheboro and Mount Airy take a similar approach with the help of the Historic Preservation Tax Credit to attract families and create a friendly community. The dream of homeownership is alive and well in places like this all over North Carolina. Please check out the article below and let us know what small cities have to offer you and your family!