In the heart of Raleigh, North Carolina, major developments are reshaping the city’s landscape, promising a dynamic future for residents and visitors alike. With a whopping $1 billion in hospitality tax funds allocated for transformative projects over 25 years, Raleigh is on the cusp of an exciting transformation. There has never been a more thrilling time to be a Raleigh resident.
Experience the Buzz of the Rialto: One of the many reasons why this is an exciting time to buy a house inside the beltline is the close proximity to the recently reopened Rialto.
I recently stumbled across an article in Raleigh Magazine entitled “The Future of Raleigh”, and I wanted to share it with all of you. The article gives you an inside look at 11 of the hottest Raleigh development projects now underway—and shaping the future of our city.
Originally built in 1911, 624 Devereux Street’s architectural details provide a sense and feeling of Olde Raleigh, but modern updates and upgrades have already been completed for you!
The Renaissance Park Homeowners Association is working to enforce a rule that prohibits a homeowner from renting the home if it is not their primary residence and the owner has not been regularly occupying the home.
Who else is ready to celebrate July 4, 2021, in the Triangle? After a crazy year, we all deserve a little fireworks. Whether you are looking for bounce houses, lights, live music, or incredible pyrotechnic displays, Raleigh and the surrounding areas have some big things planned for this year.
We rounded up some great homes in the Triangle that are currently (or will soon be) available for under $200,000.
I am excited to announce that the Driftwood Manor condo in Raleigh, NC, is under contract for my investor client and selling this property was really “a match made in real estate heaven” scenario.