CHATHAM COUNTY DEMOGRAPHICS
Chatham county’s average population is older, more educated, and more affluent than nearby areas of the Triangle, as well as the entire state of North Carolina. The median age is 46-years old, compared to 38-years old for the rest of the state. Over 21% of Chatham county’s residents are over 65 years of age. 36% of Chatham county residents are over 55 and more than half are over 45 years of age.
Chatham county’s median income is 45% higher than most North Carolinians, and 36% of Chatham county residents have a bachelor’s degree or higher, compared to 28% of North Carolina state residents. These statistics, along with the rapid interest in living in North Carolina give Turkey Creek a solid foundation of potential buyers.
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