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Live, Work & Play in Raleigh, A Top U.S. City for Business

Welcome to Raleigh, NC, a city bursting with employment opportunity, pulsing with thriving nightlife, preserved with acres of lush parkland, and alive with a long list of attractions to meet the unique tastes of all ages and interests. With a low unemployment rate and highly affordable homes, Raleigh is a very livable city offering a high quality of life.

Work, play, and live in a unique city full of opportunity for fun and excitement!

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A Top City for Employment

Forbes List named Raleigh the #2 Best Place for Business & Careers, and it’s not hard to see why. Proximity to 3 major universities means one of the most educated workforces in the country, and the Research Triangle Park is a hub for top tech and biotech research and industry.

Raleigh boasts a low unemployment rate of just 4.2% —a number expected to decrease as more companies continue to relocate to Raleigh for its low cost of business and highly educated employees.

Top industry in Raleigh includes technology, healthcare, and education, and top companies include Cisco, Rex Healthcare, SAS Institute, Fidelity Investments, GlaxoSmithKline, Duke Energy, RTI International, Lenovo, and Verizon.

5 Downtown Districts

With five unique downtown districts, Raleigh has an entertainment venue for every age, taste, and style!

Capital District offers government office space, as well as the NC History Museum and the Museum of Natural Sciences.
Glenwood South features a “hip and trendy” restaurant and retail environment and growing opportunities for nightlife.
The Warehouse District is distinct with red brick warehouses transformed into a unique mix of antique stores, restaurants, and specialty shops.
Fayetteville Street offers world class theatre venues intermingled with skyscrapers of office space, an outdoor amphitheatre, streets lined with restaurants, bars, and boutiques, and a thriving and active nightlife. City Plaza is the premiere location for outdoor events and festivals.
Moore Square is listed on the National Register of Historic places, and offers a quieter downtown getaway featuring an IMAX theatre, the Marbles Kids Museum, a plethora of interesting galleries at Artspace, and City Market, a unique venue for retail and restaurants.

Play, Explore & Learn

Top Attractions

Explore some of the top attractions in North Carolina, all located right here in the Capital City! Visit one of the many museums, including the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, the NC Museum of Art, and the NC Museum of History. Explore North Carolina State University, and catch a football or basketball game. Head to Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts for a performance, show, or exhibit, or to PNC Arena for a Hurricanes NHL Hockey game. During fall, the NC State Fair draws visitors from across the state for its excellent food, entertainment, and vendors.

City of Oaks

Raleigh offers over 9,000 acres of parkland and over 200 parks, including amusements, art centers, athletic fields, community centers, lakes, nature preserves, dog parks, playgrounds, swimming pools, and historic homes. Additionally, it maintains a greenway system of public spaces and over 100 miles of trails for walking, jogging, and biking. Parks of Raleigh offer opportunities for fishing, swimming, picnicking, exploring natural areas, and wildlife watching. One of its biggest parks in the William B. Umstead State Park, offering boating and fishing and miles of hiking, biking, and equestrian trails.

Schools

Raleigh is served by Wake County Public Schools, the largest and most notable district in North Carolina. Forbes Magazine named Raleigh the #1 City for Raising a Family, citing Wake County Schools as a major factor in its ruling. WCPS serves over 157,000 students in 106 elementary schools, 33 middle schools, 25 high schools, and 4 alternative schools. High school ratings come from top-notch academic programs, a wealth of extracurricular activities, and many available special and alternative educational programs.

Raleigh Real Estate

From sprawling estates to cozy cottages, luxury condos to quaint ranch homes, Raleigh offers a home style, size, and price to fit all tastes, needs, and budgets. Most Raleigh homes are affordably priced, with many houses starting under $100,000 and most prices falling between $100,000 and $300,000. 

Find your dream home in Raleigh by contacting Team Ruby Henderson at 919-274-3040 for more information or to schedule a showing.

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The listing broker has attempted to offer accurate data, but buyers are advised to confirm all items.
This data was last updated on: 05/27/17 08:17 PM. A full data refresh was last performed on: 05/27/17 05:49 PM.
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