I was a little puzzled by this request since I wasn't familiar with wood being referred to by the name acacia other than I have used and am pretty familiar with koa which I was told came from the acacia tree. I wondered if the OP was referring to koa so I did a little checking and found that acacia is a large genus with over 1000 species and quite a few distinct types of lumber that are somewhat commonly used. The qualities of those species are pretty widely varied.
In any case I think the original question might need a little clarification unless there is some particular species that is typically referred to as acacia regionally in NC. FWIW, even in Hawaii koa is pretty expensive. I brought some back from a recent trip. Some was gifted to me and some I bought. The pieces that I bought definitely didn't come cheap. On another note, I also brought home a beautiful piece of mango that was gifted to me.