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Moving to Raleigh North Carolina? Wake County Schools Explained - 08/27/10 11:24 AM
Wake County Schools Many times the first question that families want to know about is the schools. Wake county schools have consistently been rated in the top of the country. However, there are some things that may be different from what you're used to. First of all, we don't have "local town" school districts. It's not "Cary School District" or "Apex School District". All of the schools in Wake county area in one district, run by one elected school board. There may be several differnt elementary, middle, and high schools in one town, depending upon the population. Your child may (2 comments)
Moving to Raleigh North Carolina? Your Questions Answered - 08/27/10 11:20 AM
As a Realtor here in the Raleigh Cary Apex area of North Carolina for many years, it's been my pleasure to help quite a few people in their quest to see if the Raleigh area is the right place for them to live. And after driving people around and talking to them, I've come to find that everyone has questions, not just about houses, but about everything from the school system to shopping to crime. After all, relocating your family to another part of the country is a big step. Life in Raleigh Cary and Apex is not just about the beautiful homes you can (0 comments)
Sunset Ridge in Holly Springs North Carolina, just south of Cary, is a community of mainly single family homes (with some condo's and townhouses) on over 1100 acres of rolling lawns, with mature trees and landscaping. It is home to the Devil's Ridge country club and golf course, and the Sunset Ridge Racquet and Swim Club, Sunset Ridge July 2010 Real Estate Market Report For the month of July 2010, 11 homes sold in Sunset Ridge.
The lowest price home was a townhouse which sold at $156,850.
The highest price sold home (1 comments)
Lochmere Cary North Carolina Market Report - 08/20/10 11:44 AM
The beautiful master planned community of Lochmere, in Cary, NC with it's mature landscaping, winding roads, and gorgeous homes is one of the first things that impresses people thinking of moving to our area. Add in the lakes for boating and fishing, golf course, and walking trails, and it's easy to see why living in the heart of Cary is so desirable. Lochmere Cary Market Report for July 2010
The lowest price home was a townhouse and sold at $325,000.
The highest price home was on the lake and sold at $770,000. (2 comments)
Even though the First Time Home Buyer tax credit has expired, this intelligent young woman still realized that owning a house was better than paying her landlord's mortgage! With interest rates under 4.65% and FHA mortgages available with 3% down payment, buying now seems to be an easy WIN WIN situation. For the same amount of money as her monthly rent in an apartment about 1/2 mile away from her new home, (3 comments)
Wake County Schools starting soon! - 08/12/10 04:22 PM
Summer vacation is almost over for the students on "traditional calendar year" here in the Raleigh Cary Apex area of North Carolina. As of Wednesday, August 25, the kiddies will be heading on back to their beloved school. (Can you hear the parents clapping already?) The Wake County School District has a wonderful website where you can find everything from the student assignment to the days off, to the school lunch menus! They even have individiual schools test scores and other info. With 161 schools in this area, you can search for individual schools by clicking here.
Wake County schools (0 comments)
Wordless Wednesday- Summer Haze and Lazy Days - 08/11/10 02:33 PM
With the hot weather that we here in Apex North Carolina have been experiencing all summer (along with the rest of the world!) Mother Nature seems unusually still and quiet. Taking a walk at Crowder Park near my home recently, my husband and I seemed to be the only ones moving.
Peaceful and serene, the only ones moving were the turtles that were in the water.
Thinking of Moving? There are currently 153 homes for sale within a 2 mile radius of Crowder Park, ranging in price from $139,900 to $1,549,000 If you'd like (6 comments)
In this price category, the lowest price home listed at $405,000 closed at $365,000.
The highest price home closing in Cary in July 2010 was listed at $1.7 million and closed at $1,455,000.
Real Estate Sales Transactions- Cary, North Carolina July 2010 Currently there are 353 homes for sale in Cary priced from $400,000 to $2,695,000! To see these homes online, click here. CALL or email me (0 comments)
Cary North Carolina Homes SOLD for July 2010 - 08/08/10 09:00 PM
Whether you're relocating to North Carolina or thinking of moving within the area, Cary North Carolina continues to be a one of the top desirable places to live. Real Estate Sales Transactions In July of 2010 75 single family detached homes priced under $400,000closed escrow in Cary.
The lowest price home closed at $146, 462 and was built in 1959. In this price range, the top home listed at $399,900 was new construction in Stonewater and built by Lennar.
In the Under $400,000 price range, the average home had 3 bedroom, 2 baths, and 2319 square feet of space. On Average, homes (1 comments)
Who says Homes aren't selling right now? Here in Apex, North Carolina,- otherwise known as "the Peak of Good Living", we had 58 homes close for the month of July 2010! These homes ranged in price from $112,000 to $799,000! As you can see, there's something for everyone!
As of today, there are 59 homes under contract and scheduled to close within the next month or so in Apex.
HOWEVER,if you haven't found a home in beautiful Apex yet this year, you haven't missed out! There are currently 437 homes for sale in Apex, priced from $79,999 (0 comments)
Windermere, Cary NC neighborhood built by John Wieland - 08/05/10 01:54 PM
The lovely community of Windermere in Cary North Carolina is home to approximately 130 families and sits ideally located just a few minutes from the heart of Cary. The neighborhood is located close to shopping and freeways, yet out of the hustle and bustle of the center of town.
These luxury Homes were built starting in 2000 byJohn Wieland, a company noted for it's quality high end homes.
Homes sizes range from 2700 sf to over 5700 sf and sit on nice size lots of .24 acres to .85 acres!
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