"The capital of North Carolina, Raleigh boasts a business-friendly environment and a quickly growing population brought on by employment opportunities, a laid-back culture and proximity to the coast and Blue Ridge Mountains.

- Brenda Carroll

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Your Raleigh Relocation Guide

Whether you're relocating from across town or across the country, it's no secret that moving can be challenging. However, with a little planning and one of our in-depth relocation guides, it doesn't have to be! We want to make your move as easy and stress-free as possible, which is why we offer a number of different relocation resources. Simply click on a button below to request a free relocation guide, learn more about the relocation process, or access helpful moving tips.

What Makes Raleigh Special in Raleigh

Downtown Raleigh

Downtown Raleigh is always buzzing with festivals, outdoor concerts, nightlife, and special events.

North Raleigh

Many of Raleigh's most luxurious homes and communities are located north of the I-440 beltline in an area called North Raleigh.

Top-Notch Education

Between the Wake County Public School System and Raleigh's prestigious universities, Raleigh is known for its local schools.

More About the Raleigh Lifestyle

There's more to life in Raleigh than its bustling downtown area. This city is filled with beautiful parks, interesting museums and historic sites, upscale shopping centers, and charming residential communities, many of which are not located in Downtown Raleigh.

Because Raleigh is North Carolina's capital city, state and local government offices, as well as high-tech and financial companies, are located in this area. However, Raleigh is only a few minutes away from even more major employers in Research Triangle Park in Durham. Raleigh is a great place to live, work, and play, but you don't have to take our word for it. Below are just a few of the recent accolades Raleigh has earned.


Top NC Tourist Attractions

You don't have to drive to the beach or the mountains to find North Carolina's best attractions. Raleigh is home to many of the state's most visited landmarks and museums, including the North Carolina Museum of Art (#9), Marbles Kids Museum (#6), and North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences (#1).


#19 Hottest Food City in 2016 (Zagat)

Whether you're craving Southern comfort food, upscale international cuisine, or classic favorites from a local diner, Raleigh's restaurant scene doesn't disappoint. Zagat highlighted restaurants like Death & Taxes, Standard Foods, and Crawford and Son in its rankings, but Raleigh has many more excellent restaurants worth trying. (Need recommendations? Just give us a call!)

What is There to Do in Raleigh

Plenty! In addition to a handful of North Carolina's most visited museums and attractions, Raleigh boasts more than 200 parks, more than 100 miles of paved greenway trails (including a segment of the 33-mile Neuse River Trail), over 20 craft breweries, several sports stadiums that host collegiate or professional teams, and countless shops and restaurants.


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