Raleigh’s Bicycle-Friendly Transformation

The city of Raleigh is gearing up for a cycle-friendly renovation! Bike Share Program The Raleigh City Council recently received the results of an $86,500 feasibility study, which found that the city has the population density and tourist market to support a bike share program. The study polled residents and compared Raleigh to other cities […]





Garner, A Great Place to Be®

Garner, North Carolina is quickly becoming one of the most promising locations in the Triangle for homebuyers. Last year the National Civic League recognized it as a 2013 All-America City, and 2014 promises to bring in even more accolades. Garner’s town council gave the go-ahead last month for $1 million in park enhancements to be paid […]


Fuquay-Varina Crooked Creek Golf Club Closes

Crooked Creek Golf Club, which has been operating for 20 years, has decided to sell to a single-family or multifamily residential developer. Tony Withers, one of the owners of the club, said the course economics are getting worse. With plenty of land-hungry builders eager to convert the course into residential lots, Withers expects to fetch enough […]



July 4th Celebrations around the NC Triangle

Independence Day is almost here! Check out the patriotic activities going on in the Triangle: Raleigh An Olde Fashioned Independence Day at the Joel Lane Museum House 23rd annual Independence Day Open House – 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Re-enactors demonstrate colonial life Visitors participate in hands-on activities such as wrting with quill pens or […]



Triangle Home Sales & Inventory on the Rise

The Triangle’s residential real estate market is heating up! Home sales in the area increased by 2 percent year-over-year in May, according to Triangle Multiple Listing Service’s local market report, which includes data from 16 counties in the region. Pending sales also rose by 3.5 percent. Month-to-month sales totals have been continuously growing this year, with […]