North Carolina is one of the states that people would choose to move to if they could.  If you are considering relocation to North Carolina, Brunswick County is the place.  You would be joining the trend that has led to phenomenal growth for this slice of Southeastern North Carolina throughout the 1990’s and into the 21st century.  From the silver-sand beaches to the quaint fishing villages, Brunswick County has always been one of the most beautiful, yet undiscovered, locations on the East Coast.  Growth of permanent residents and tourists has outstripped most areas of the country.  These lucky individuals have discovered what the early settlers found:  mild temperatures, fertile soil, abundant wildlife, friendly natives and peace.  The lifestyle is relaxed and friendly, and it doesn’t take long for newcomers to unwind and join the fun.  There’s a wonderful spirit of southern hospitality and a sense of pride of home and work that is uniquely southern.

The beaches, barrier islands and quaint towns have drawn visitors for years, but more people are choosing this life for every day of the year, making Brunswick their home.  Brunswick’s eye popping growth is expected to continue.

Brunswick County manages to preserve its relaxed, down-home hospitality while still enjoying steady growth in the real estate market.  Taxes in North Carolina have added appeal.  Housing opportunities are plentiful whatever the needs, preferences or price range.

More and more businesses are relocating or starting up in Brunswick county in the five industrial parks, thousands of acres of waterfront property, multiple green field sites on major highways as well as various sites for commercial ventures.  Brunswick County is one of the largest counties in North Carolina with more than 860 square miles of land which makes it ripe for business development.  A growing, productive workforce and the availability of vocational training result in diversified, highly skilled workers.  Unemployment insurance and workman’s compensation rates are some of the lowest in the country.  Utility rates are also reasonable. Families who live or relocate here can expect a safe, nurturing environment where family values are a way of life.

We move at a slower pace than the big cities, and that is part of the Brunswick appeal.  The un-paralleled beauty of our beaches, southern hospitality and the freshest seafood along with weather that is ideal year-round make Brunswick County inviting.  With the annual average high temperature of 73 degrees and an average low of 51 degrees F, the sub-tropical climate keeps outdoor activities enjoyable all year.

Golf is a large part of life in Brunswick County which hosts over 30 incredible golf courses with more on the way.  The Southeast North Carolina mild climate allows golfers to enjoy teeing it up nearly 12 months out of the year.

Nearly fifty miles of coastline and multitude of full service fishing piers and marinas throughout the county make fishing available to anyone.  Salt water fishing, deep sea fishing, pier fishing, surf casting, fresh water ponds, lake and rivers offer the right opportunities to meet all levels and needs.

History buffs and curiosity seekers will enjoy the various history venues throughout the county especially Brunswick Town where the archaeological exhibits provide an historical insight to this colonial capital of North Carolina.  Southport and its waterfront park offer a glimpse into the nautical past.  Just to the north in historical Wilmington is the USS Battleship North Carolina from WWII and all of the historical attractions of the Wilmington Riverfront and downtown area.