Concord NC Real Estate - Homes For Sale in Cabarrus County - Video
Leigh Brown -- the Charlotte NC REALTOR® who is often heard on WBT saying, "I'm not bragging, folks, I'm interviewing for a job and I want to be your Realtor" -- is one of my favorites and she is a big Concord NC advocate. So here are all Concord, North Carolina homes for sale and these current listings are updated daily.
Concord New Construction Homes For Sale
Concord NC new homes tour must include Christenbury with Classica Homes, Meeting Street, and Pulte Homes. I can help you with not only new construction houses, but also condos, townhouses, for sale by owner homes, lots to build on, townhomes, and new homes in other Charlotte area subdivisions. Christenbury's 255 acres is the new vision for the old Christenbury Farm, stewarded by the Christenbury family for over 100 years. Could you see yourself living in a community with a Jr. Olympic Pool,Walking Trails, Tennis Court, Playground, and Dog Park? Then Call 704-345-3400 and let's talk!
Concord NC YouTube Video Tour of Historic Downtown
Concord, North Carolina's history includes that famous disagreement among the Scots-Irish and the German people about where the Cabarrus County seat should be. They settled that issued with a concord or agreement and thus, the new city of Concord was founded. Concord has a rich heritage and history and today is often known widely for the Charlotte Motor Speedway and the Concord Mills Shopping Mall.
As for industry, Concord was part of the rich textile history of our area. As Clarence E. Horton, Jr writes on the ConcordNC,gov page:
"J. W. Cannon applied himself to his work as a merchant and learned the business of cotton buying. Before he was 21, young Cannon had already established a reputation for hard work and integrity.In 1887 he organized the first of his textile companies in Concord. As demands for "Cannon Cloth" grew, he opened a new plant in Concord in 1892. Inspired by the success of Odell and Cannon, an enterprising black businessman named Warren C. Coleman launched what one biographer called a "noble experiment" by building a textile plant in Concord to be operated by only African-American employees."
If you're relocating to the New South and the Charlotte area in particular, let's go have a coffee in Historic Downtown Concord and talk about buying a home in the Cabarrus County's jewel of Concord, North Carolina.