Drew Dames, REALTOR®
Drew Dames, REALTOR®
A number of highly anticipated developments are either coming out of the ground or inching close to completion, positioned to reshape the City of Oaks as we know it.
The neighborhood, which will host Disney-themed activities and events once open, will include 4,000 housing units in both single-family homes and apartments.
WalletHub compared the relative startup opportunities that exist in 100 U.S. cities using 19 key metrics, ranging from the five-year business-survival rate to labor costs to office-space affordability.
If the pace continues Johnston County could easily become the fifth-largest county in the state behind Wake, Mecklenburg, Guilford and Forsyth counties.
The median home price in Raleigh is $405,000, which is a 12.3% increase, and the median home price in Durham is $400,000, a near 12% rise.
A LendingTree study named three North Carolina cities in their Top 10 list of biggest "boomtowns" in the country.
Raleigh is currently the hottest real estate market in the country, according to a new ranking from the U.S. News & World Report.
It said ‘hottest’ was measured by the basics of healthy demand, supply, and financing options.
Under the current design, the complex would include 100,000-square-feet of competition space. It could also include multipurpose space for event support, tournament meetings, and exhibits
More than twenty years in the making, the Downtown Cary Park will total seven acres in size and will be centrally located in Downtown Cary surrounded by Walker, Academy, Park, and Walnut Streets
The only place that beats Charlotte for livability is another North Carolinian city. And not just any city, but the state capital itself. With a reasonable cost of living, numerous museums, a thriving bar scene, a globalized culinary culture and outdoor activities galore, we have no problem believing Raleigh earns its place.
The secret is out about the Triangle NC, at least among developers taking advantage of the area's growing population and increasing economic might. We've rounded up some the biggest projects taking shape this year — from Raleigh's Warehouse District to Chatham County