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Welcome to my web site! I'm here to help you learn about one of the finest places in the country to live and work! This year I'm celebrating 29 YEARS in real estate and working harder and smarter to help home buyers and sellers reach their goals in the current market!
Things will improve and in the meantime, I'll use every tool I have to help home sellers and buyers. There is relief for homebuyers with interest rates at historic lows for those with acceptable credit and money for a down payment. What a terrific time for a first timer to get into the market as a buyer, or for someone who has been thinking of moving up to a larger home.
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Raleigh Real Estate InformationContinuing Accolades for the Award-Winning Triangle!
#12 Best Places to Live - Wake Co. NC - Where the Jobs Are - CNN Money, August, 2013
#9 Best Places to Live - Apex, NC - Money Magazine, Sept. 2013
#3 Best Places for Business and Careers - Forbes - Oct. 2013
#1 Market for Retail Job Growth - American City Business Journal, Sept. 2012
#56 Best Places to Live, America's Best Small Cities (Cary) - CNN Money, August 2012
#1 Best Quality of Life (Raleigh) - Business Facilities Magazine, July/August 2012
#5 Among Best Cities for Raising a Family (Raleigh-Cary) - Forbes, April 2012
#1 Raleigh Wins #1 AGAIN! America's BEST CITY! Businessweek.com, September 2011
#29 Fastest Growing Private Sector Job Market (Raleigh, NC) Triangle Business Journal, August 31, 2011
#1 Housing Market for Investors (Raleigh, NC) Forbes, September 2010
#3 Best Place for College Students to Live (Raleigh-Cary, NC) American Institute for Economic Research, September 2010
#10 Great City for Raising Families (Raleigh, NC) Kiplinger’s, August 2010
#1 Top Public Schools in U.S. (Raleigh, NC) GreatSchools.org, August 2010
#3 Best City for Small Businesses (Raleigh, NC) American City Business Journal, July 2010
#5 Strongest Job Market (Raleigh-Cary, NC) Manpower, July 2010
#5 in Job Growth Since 2005 (Raleigh-Cary, NC) U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, July 2010
#23 Top 100 Places to Live (Cary) Money Magazine, July 2010
#4 Top State for Business (North Carolina) CNBC, July 2010
#1 Large Metro for Quality of Life (Raleigh) Portfolio.com/Bizjournals
The list goes on and on and on...........To read the complete list of accolades bestowed upon the Triangle Area since 2005, please click here. You'll be astounded!
The Triangle is a magnet for nice folks looking for a great place to live. Cary is one of those great places.
BACKGROUND INFORMATION ON CARY:
Founded in 1871, Cary is a beautiful, thriving community in the heart of North Carolina adjacent to the renowned Research Triangle Park. Tree-lined streets, well-groomed subdivisions and office parks, and numerous environmental accolades attest to the fact that Cary has grown the right way as its population has reached 111,000 residents and it has become the state’s sixth largest community, a community that’s still officially named the Town of Cary.
Cary is currently ranked the ninth safest of 354 large cities in America and the safest in the South, and Cary has been in the Top 10 safest cities in the nation since 2000. The Town’s police, fire, and emergency medical services are all nationally accredited as is its parks, recreation, and cultural resources department.
Being no farther than 20 minutes from major universities such as Duke, North Carolina State, and the University of North Carolina, it's no wonder that education is an important part of Cary life. In fact, more than two-thirds of adults in Cary hold a college degree, and Cary is purported to have more PhD’s per capita than anywhere else in North Carolina .
Other Select Cary Superlatives
The first municipality in the state to save drinking water by reclaiming treated wastewater for irrigation and industrial use;
A perennial recipient of the Tree City USA award because of its long-term commitment to urban forestry;
Recipient of the Outstanding Planning Award from the N.C. Chapter of the American Planning Association for our Open Space & Historic Resources Plan;
The Triangle's "bike friendliest community" and consistently named a National Bicycle Friendly Community;
Now in its 37th year, Cary’s Lazy Daze Arts & Crafts Festival was 2004 Overall Regional Event of the Year by the North Carolina Association of Festivals and Events and the South Carolina Festival and Event Association; the event draws 50,000 people to see and buy art from throughout the nation.
Chosen as the hometown for the first residential community designed and built by Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and KB Home.
- Kelly Cobb