Spacious Apartments in Raleigh, NC

These apartments in Raleigh, NC are close and convenient. Every apartment is built with superior craftsmanship and appointed with features common to single-family homes, like detached garages, high-speed Internet, nine-foot ceilings and crown molding. Amenities include a free video library, state-of-the art fitness center, Internet Cafe with free wifi, garages, a playground area, lushly landscaped…

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Celebrate NC Beer Month in Raleigh

North Carolina is for beer lovers. Craft breweries flourish famously in the mountains, with urban flair in the Piedmont and with character along the coast. The number of breweries stands at more than 250 statewide — it’s hard to keep an up-to-date count with new breweries constantly rising on the beerscape, but we know that…

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North Carolina is a Great State for Business

North Carolina ranked as FORBES' Best State for Business for the first time in 2017. With one of the highest net migration rates in the U.S., people have been flocking to North Carolina for the past decade. The state has the second smallest union workforce in the U.S. in terms of percent of total employment.…

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Raleigh is Among the Best Cities in America to Live

Did you know that in 2017 North Carolina’s two largest cities were named among the best cities in America to live. In an analysis of nearly 600 U.S. cities with populations of more than 65,000, finance website 24/7 Wall St. reviewed data in nine major categories: crime, demography, economy, education, environment, health, housing, infrastructure and…

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Some Reasons to Move to Raleigh

Discover what makes the City of Oaks and its nearby communities best places to live Raleigh, N.C.’s bustling state capital is known to residents as the "City of Oaks," you'll understand the nickname when you visit downtown. Oak trees line the streets and sidewalks, offering pleasant shady spots for window shopping, coffee drinking and patio…

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Rent or Buy Arguments

There are plenty of arguments favoring both sides of the rent versus buy argument. Probably the main reason to buy a home is to create personal wealth. After all, for most Americans, it's the most expensive item we'll ever acquire, and typically it increases rather than decreases in value. What are the downsides to homeownership?…

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