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Holly Springs, Cary, Apex, Morrisville, Fuquay-Varina, RTP and Raleigh Areas
Welcome to the Triangle!
With it's excellent quality of life (low crime rate/cost of living, top-ranked ducation and world-renowned healthcare), central location (easy access to top vacation destinations), beautiful rolling landscape (offering an abundance of trails, lakes, parks and premiere golf courses) and a robust economy (fueled by the Research Triangle Park- RTP) the Triangle ( Raleigh - Durham - Chapel Hill ) and Western Wake County communities ( Holly Springs , Cary , Morrisville , Apex ,and Fuquay-Varina ) are continually recognized as some of the nation's best places to live and work.
The Triangle area is anchored by one of the nation's largest research parks and three nationally renowned research universities. Industry giants in pharmaceuticals, computer software, telecommunications, and biotechnology call the Triangle home. Research Triangle Park (RTP) is the premier address for relocating and expanding companies that want access to technology-transfer opportunities made possible by the Park's close ties to Duke University , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill , and North Carolina State University . For more information on the Triangle click HERE .
Over the past five years, the area within the Town of Holly Springs has witnessed tremendous growth with the expansion of residential home ownership offerings, the proximity to the major employment centers, high-end shopping and the presentation of an envious quality of community life. The opening of the Holly Springs Regional Shopping Center in 2013, the addition of upscale multi-family apartment communities, and the announcement of forthcoming medical facilities and services bring further testament to the area's exceptional attractiveness. The Town of Holly Springs continues to receive wide spread recognition and numerous accolades with the promotion of a supportive business environment, conducive to an entrepreneurial atmosphere.
Best Place to Raise Kids 2012
Bloomberg Businessweek publication has ranked Holly Springs as the best town in North Carolina to raise kids.The honor stems from the publication’s evaluation of 3,200 towns across the country with populations between 5,000 and 50,000 and median family incomes less than about $116,000.Bloomberg considered such factors as public schools, safety, housing costs, commute time, poverty, adults’ education level, number of households with children, and diversity.The magazine noted that Holly Springs was “near the area’s best academic institutions but still maintains a slightly slower pace of life.”
"Cathleen was very helpful she really took the time to understand what we wanted in our new home. She also took the time to make sure we sold our other house for the best market price. She took the time to bring in stagers to make sure our old house showed well on the market. Let me tell you how well that went, she staged the house and we painted the kids room so she came by on a Thursday to look at the work we had done then told her we where going out of town that weekend she asked if she could do a open house? So we said ok but the house hadn't been listed yet. On the way home she gave me a call and said we might been getting an offer on Monday. We did get it on Tuesday, so then we had to find our new home faster. But again she know what we wanted so Cathleen took the wife to see some homes and I think about one and half week later we where making a offer on our new house. Everyone I tell on how fast we sold and bought a house they can't believe it but it's true. I didn't know that selling and buying a house could be so easy and this was our 4th home we had purchased.
One other note we bought the house a little over a year she still stays in contact and is still concern about us that's really neat".
Lenny & Mimi Fisher