The greater Raleigh area consistently ranks as one of the top metropolitan areas to live and work in the United States. There are several cities and towns around the capital city of Raleigh, each with unique characteristics. Choose a city below for more information and to find available home information:
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Located in the southwestern part
of Wake County, it combines all the conveniences of a bigger city with the
quaint small town air of what it started as.
Average Listing Price: $712,781
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Cary is located west of Raleigh and only a decade or so ago
was considered a suburb of Raleigh. Since then, it has grown into a thriving
Town of 162,000.
Average Listing Price: $692,476
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Chapel Hill is a blend of both a college town and growing
city due to housing the United States’ first state university.
Average Listing Price: $886,572
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Durham is a city full of pride and diversity. The Durham
Bulls, Carolina Hurricanes, and Duke Sports Teams all call Durham home.
Average Listing Price: $509,952
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Several years ago, Knightdale adopted its motto "Living at its Best". Since then, that motto has become more and more appropriate.
Average Listing Price: $479,290
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Raleigh, North Carolina is one of the friendliest and fastest growing areas in the country, and there are plenty of reasons why. This ever-growing capital city is a hotbed for more than just population growth and Southern charm.
Average Listing Price: $632,153
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Wake Forest is a charming, historic town located just north of Raleigh. You can walk just about anywhere in this unique small town community.
Average Listing Price: $695,566
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