Raleigh Rank’s No. 4 In Forbes America’s 20 Fastest Growing Cities List

If you’re on the fence about relocating, and not really sure where to call your new home. Let us shed a little light on that subject. You already know that nothing beats “Southern Hospitality” but what you may not realize is that the Raleigh/Cary/Durham area has consistently ranked as one of America’s Fastest Growing Cities.

Taking top ranking is over the years in major research lists and well known publications such as: Forbes, Money Magazine, Kiplinger and more. With its first rate Universities’, and Medical Facilities as well as the world known “Research Triangle Park” it’s no wonder that when relocating, families flock to the Raleigh-Cary area of North Carolina.

Also known as the Triangle Area, in 2013 it was sited as the Nation’s Most “Educated” Centered Cites. In 2011 the Triangle Ranked America’s Most Educated. Although “Educated” Raleigh residents also know how to have fun, in 2012 Raleigh Raking in KaBOOM! As “Playful City USA”  and in 2011 “Tastiest Towns in the South.” Esquire magazine listed Raleigh as No.4 “Cities that Rock” in 2005. The list goes on, just do a search and you’ll see why the area is a sure thing for “relocating.”

The area is also home to some of the most prestigious custom homebuilders and award winning neighborhoods in the Nation. So if you’ve been on the fence about relocating, just take another look at the Raleigh/Cary/Triangle area of North Carolina. In January 2013 The Human Life Project named Raleigh America’s most “Family Friendly City.”

If you’re thinking of visiting the Area, “South Lakes” is a must see new home neighborhood to put on your list. Perfectly situated in the Triangle Area, it’s conveniently located to shopping, entertainment, work and play. Come visit us today, or talk to one of our custom homebuilders to learn more about our new home opportunities.

Forbes America’s 20 Fastest Growing Cities List

4. Raleigh, NC — M.S.A.: Raleigh-Cary, NC

2012 Population growth rate: 3.3%

2013 Population growth rate: 3.4%

Job growth rate: 2.3%

Unemployment: 7.2%

Gross Metro Product: 4.7%

Median salary: $63,600

Information gathered in part using http://www.raleighnc.gov