Raleigh NC anyone?
I have been researching the Raleigh area (been there once), and am really thinking of moving there hopefully by next fall. I wanted to know from those of u that live in that area, what u like the best and worst. Also what suburbs of Raleigh do you recommend? Currently my husband and I work for a cellular company, which we know we can transfer to there. I also having my teaching degree, so Im thinking jobwise shouldnt be the issue. I'd like to spend no more than $150,000 for a house. Everyone I know who has moved to NC has nothing but great things to say about it. Is it just hype or is it really that nice of a plae to live? Things in North east ohio are getting pretty bad, and Id like to get out before it gets worse (no jobs left, Dephi and GM doing horrible, and crime is through the roof.) Thanks any info would be a help.
Asked By: misstikal311 - 10/1/2006
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Sure there is hype, but it is a nice place to live... More
Answered By: TJ - 10/3/2006
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I don't know the Raleigh area very well -- I am a realtor here in Charlotte. The real estate market has really picked up here this past year -- it seems to be moving more from a buyers market towards a sellers. I'm not sure if the same is true in Raleigh. If you'd like I can refer you to a realtor in Raleigh -- just... More
Answered By: charlotte & union county realtor - 10/1/2006
I've been a real estate agent in Raleigh (and surrounding areas) since '95. Moved here from Gainesville, Florida. My wife and I love it here. The weather is nice and the people are great. I saw someone that mentioned that there are no good homes left for $150K. I completely disagree. There are some really nice... More
Answered By: Jose - 10/8/2006
There arent many nice houses in the raleigh area that are in the price range. Raliegh is a nice area but is veryyy urban! The traffice is horrible and it is generally pretty expensive. I used to live in Greenville, NC with is about 45 mins outside of raleigh and it was BEAUTIFUL! very quiet area and the houses are... More
Answered By: Kristina M - 10/9/2006
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