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For people new to the Carolinas, we've collected some helpful resources to make adjusting easier.

Excited about your new home? Helpful tips and money-saving discounts can help ease your transition.

Our exclusive new-movers guide is packed with handy solutions for settling in.

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Your Active-Lifestyle Destination.

One of the largest and fastest-growing regions in the Southeast, the greater Charlotte area is an active-lifestyle destination for a wide range of sports and outdoor activities, including whitewater rafting, kayaking, canoeing and more.

Moving to a new city shouldn't keep you from getting moving.

The greater Charlotte area offers great places to maintain, expand or even begin living the healthy, active lifestyle you prefer. We've pulled together some hot tips on making it happen in our fantastic communities.

Ready to discover outdoor recreation opportunities near you? If you're the outdoorsy type, you're in for a treat. The greater Charlotte region is a sought-after destination for outdoor enthusiasts of all stripes, from hikers and climbers to kayakers and campers.

Love sports? From little league to professional, the greater Charlotte region offers some of the best opportunities in the Southeast, for all ages and skill levels, to get involved in a wide range of popular sports.

The greater Charlotte area is a foodie's dream, known for its farmer's markets, seasonal splendor and excellent eats, from food truck to five-star and everything in-between.

Just moved? Get settled in with these six quick tips.

With a booming job market, a mild climate, a reasonable cost of living, excellent schools for all ages, and plenty of fantastic indoor and outdoor options for living a healthy and active lifestyle, it's no wonder the greater Charlotte area is a popular place to relocate. Here are six of our best tips for settling in and getting your bearings as a new mover to the region. Our free guide features a lot more detail, so be sure to download it.

Start or keep downsizing. Visit a local thrift store. Pass on useful items to those in need.

Now that you're in a new community, you'll want to check out some resources for new residents, like the local newspaper, the Chamber of Commerce and the DMV.

As you explore, don't forget to keep up with the same hobbies and interests you've always had. They're a part of your life for a reason, keeping you engaged and happy.

Get out there and meet your neighbors. Join a neighborhood meetup group or homeowner's association. You'll make new friends and be glad you did.

The internet is your friend. This one wins the obvious award, but spending some time online can orient you to the new neighborhood's essentials and help you make discoveries.

Atrium Health is hiring. Do you have a spouse, significant other or friend on the job market? We're always on the lookout for exceptional individuals and offering plenty of fantastic career opportunities.

Our resource guide is packed with more helpful tips and special offers.

Already unpacked? Here’s how to feel right at home.

You’re a little more settled-in these days. Most of those boxes are unpacked. You’re figuring out the best commute routes, hopefully via bicycle or on foot. You’re getting into the swing of things. Still, something’s missing. You’re feeling like there’s more to making the transition from new arrival to local, but you’re just not there yet. Here are three more ideas for transitioning from new mover to part of the neighborhood – easing into your new home and feeling like a real member of the community.

Find a way to contribute. You’ve got to get involved to feel like a member of a group. There are so many ways to give back to a community. Whether you’re helping coach your kid’s sports team, pitching in at the soup kitchen or joining a neighborhood organization, you’re also building friendships. Discover ways you can give back with Atrium Health’s volunteer opportunities.

Once you’re unpacked, think about taking on a home-improvement project of some sort. It could be indoor or outdoor, but it should require a little sweat equity. Even if you’re just renting, talk to your landlord to explore options. You’ll feel more invested and proud of your living space.

There’s nothing like taking a little trip away to remind you that there’s no place like home. The greater Charlotte area has so much to offer for day trips and weekend getaways in amazing towns like Asheville, Chapel Hill, Boone and more.

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