Wake County is one of the fastest-growing areas in the nation, thanks to its easy access to Research Triangle Park (where "the Triangle" gets its name). But beyond the high-tech job opportunities, Wake County offers a lifestyle steeped in arts, culture, entertainment, and recreation. We know you'll just love living here!
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If you're eager to learn more about Wake County and surrounding areas in the Triangle, we've got you covered. Our local area guides offer in-depth information about available homes for sale, neighborhoods, and fun things to do. Choose an area guide here or choose an area on the map to get started. Better yet, just give our team a call!
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Apex has a small-town feel with loads of shopping, local restaurants, desired schools, and close proximity to so much more. Money Magazine named Apex the #1 Place to live in 2015.
Cary has a small town feel with big city amenities! To top it off it is the safest place to live in North Carolina.
Though Garner has grown tremendously in recent years, it still stays true to its small-town roots.
Holly Springs is a thriving community featuring lots of new shopping, restaurants, parks and more. Recently listed one of the Best Small Cities in America.
Knightdale is a fast-growing suburban community located just east of Raleigh and I-540.
Morrisville is located in Western Wake County with close proximity to RTP. You can find plenty of newer communities and amenities in this area.
North Carolina's capital city has dozens of museums, shopping centers, and unique attractions. It is also a short drive from the beach and mountains.