Serving the City of Oaks

Raleigh, NC

Raleigh is routinely on the top of the list as one of the best places to live and work in the U.S. From the tech and pharmaceutical industries it is so well known for, to the variety of professional sports teams and world class entertainment options, Raleigh has much to offer those who call it home.

Supporting Growth and Vitality

Greensboro, NC

Greensboro is at the intersection of 3 major highways, which has contributed to the surge in economic development over the past few years. As new business has moved into the area, families have followed to create new communities as diverse and varied as the people that call them home.

Serving the Queen City

Charlotte, NC

Charlotte is the third fastest-growing city in the United States and its metropolitan area ranks 22nd largest in the US according to the 2014 census. This city has much to offer including world-class cuisine, professional sports teams and over 199 neighborhoods extending out into the Charlotte suburbs.

Serving the Music City

Nashville, TN

Nashville is known for its music, but it is also home to healthcare, publishing, banking and transportation industries, as well as numerous colleges and universities. As the city continues to expand its horizons, there are a wide range of residential developments planned or being constructed to meet the growing needs of this metropolis.

Serving Hotlanta

Atlanta, GA

Atlanta is a “world city”, ranking 36th in the world and 8th in the nation with a diverse economy including logistics, professional and business services, media operations, and information technology. Marked by rolling hills and dense forests, Atlanta’s neighborhoods have experienced a boom since the 1996 Olympics.

Serving the Garden City

Augusta, GA

Augusta is located at the fall line of the Savannah River near the Georgia, South Carolina border. Named after the mother of King George III of the United Kingdom, this city is best known for hosting The Masters golf tournament each year. Augusta is also a regional center of medicine, biotechnology and the military.

Serving Southern Hospitality

Columbia, SC

Columbia is the capital and largest city in South Carolina, and home to the University of South Carolina. The city has under gone extensive revitalization projects in recent years resulting in many improvements to local culture, such as the thriving Congaree Vista district with its art galleries, shops and restaurants along Gervais Street.

Serving the Crossroads of America

Indianapolis, IN

Indianapolis is the largest city in Indiana and lies in the Southern Great Lakes forests ecoregion. Dissected by the White River and Fall Creek, the land within the Indianapolis city limits varies from flat to gently rolling and ranges from about 400 feet to 914 feet above sea level. Employment includes manufacturing, health care and retail trade.