The heart of North Carolina is home to both booming cities and small, laid-back towns. Find cozy condos, beautiful single-family homes, sweeping estates, and everything in between. The possibilities for fun and relaxation in this ultra-convenient location are endless.

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Home of the Crepe Myrtle Festival and annual Bike Fest, Angier is a small town located about 20 miles south of Raleigh. Read More


Find buildings from the 1940s still standing along the main street, and discover why Apex is the “peak of good living” in the thriving Triangle area. Read More


With its revitalized charming downtown and its proximity to Research Triangle Park, Cary is appealing to all generations. Read More

Chapel Hill

Home to one of the most well-known universities in the country, Chapel Hill feels cozy while thriving in the spotlight. Read More


Tracing its roots to the 1800s, Clayton is growing due to its location near Research Triangle Park and major highways in the area. Read More


Home to Duke University and the American Tobacco Campus, Durham has the best seat to Triangle area fun. Read More


A small, community-centered town about 25 miles from Raleigh, Franklinton has grown from an industrial town rooted in the railroad to a modern, tightly knit residential community. Read More

Fuquay Varina

Enjoy small-town character and big-city conveniences living in Fuquay Varina. Read More


A prime location near major highways outside of Raleigh offer Garner residents the community they want with the conveniences they need. Read More

Holly Springs

Holly Springs retains a community atmosphere like that of a country town, though it really started growing in the early 2000s. Read More


Knightdale was founded in the 1900s with the building of a railroad line and experienced significant growth with its nearness to Research Triangle Park. Read More


Louisburg is a growing town home of one of the oldest two-year coeducational colleges in the US. Read More


"Positively Charming" Mebane is a prime location for shopping at Tanger Outlets, enjoying historical sites, and more! Read More


A small community, Morrisville is growing since it is so close to Research Triangle Park. Read More


Small-town Pittsboro was established in the 1780s and was once the potential site of the University of North Carolina, now located in Chapel Hill. Read More


“The City of Oaks” is steeped in history that dates back to its founding in the 1790s. Read More


Visit the second oldest town in Wake County and find out how it went from a small farming community to a blossoming residential area. Read More

Wake Forest

Once the home of Wake Forest University, Wake Forest retains a small-town feel with community events and fantastic annual festivals. Read More


Right outside of Raleigh, Wendell was settled in the 1800s and quickly became close to all the action around the capital city. Read More

Willow Springs

This small community is a pleasant retreat into North Carolina natural landscape. Read More


Home to country music singer Jason Michael Carroll and a home on the National Register of Historic Places, Youngsville is a quaint community located not far from Raleigh. Read More


Zebulon is home to the Carolina Mudcats and historic homes on the list of National Register of Historic Places. Read More