This fascinating graphic of relocation statistics from Atlas Van Lines shows that as of 2012 50% more people are moving to North Carolina than are moving out of the state.
And that relocating to North Carolina has been quite common for years.
Of course, those of us who have been living in the Triangle for many years have noticed that. Neighborhoods spring up and fill up rapidly! I moved to Cary in 1997, and have seen Cary swell from abuot 80,000 residents to almost 140,000. And Raleigh has also grown tremendously in that time.
They had to come from somewhere!
The graphic, courtesy of Atlas Van Lines:
2012 Migration Patterns by Atlas Van Lines
The NC Real Estate Commission today sent a Revised NC Residential Property Disclosure Statement to NCAR. Continue reading “Revised North Carolina Property Disclosure Statement, effective July 1, 2010”
All Sellers in North Carolina, with few exceptions, have to complete the North Carolina Residential Property Disclosure Statement Continue reading “North Carolina Residential Property Disclosure”
NC Turnpike Authority has a great deal of information available regarding planning for NC540 in Southeastern Wake County.
NC Turnpike Authority page with discussion
As the Turnpike Authority says, “Please note, these alignments are conceptual and have not been officially selected for the project.”
They note that the corridor is subject to change, as it was created without environmental study.
It is quite possible that environmental considerations will require NC DOT to move the corridor or the highway, but this corridor study is a “must see” for anyone considering purchase in that area of Wake County, North Carolina.
If looking at a home in SE Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Garner, SE Raleigh, or nearby unincorporated areas of Wake County, this information must be considered by smart home buyers.
I had to go down to Meadow to see a client Friday night. It has been years since I drove past Parkers Mill. Continue reading “Parkers Mill, Meadow, NC: A few photos”