I live in Wake Forest. It's a great place to live and raise children. There is a charter shool in Wake Forest called Franklin Academy that is great for elementry, middle and high school.
I have a home to sell. We are going through tough times and need to sell our 4 yr old, 3500 square ft home but we will remain in Wake Forest because we like it here.
If you are interested, please contact me. I would love to help you get aquainted with Wake Forest even if you are not interested in the home. I'm not a real estate agent.
The Wilmington and Wrightsville beach areas are nice too, if you like being by the ocean.
Take Care and best of luck to you,
Greetings from Wake Forest, NC! You will find that Wake Forest is a wonderful place to live, like so many other places in North Carolina. Two years ago, my husband and I relocated here from New England and we absolutely love it here. The attached link will provide you with detailed information about the area.
http://www.wakeforestnc.gov You will have a wide selection of homes in this area. I can provide you with additional information and a relocation package for you and your family. Our firm has offices in Raleigh, Wake Forest, East Wake, and Apex. We have been serving the community for over 33 years. Reach out and contact me at the link below so that I can assist you in any way as you make your journey to the United States.
North Carolina is an amazing place to live, work and raise a family. We have been helping people from around the world for the last decade move to NC. We are working with a gentleman from Limerick right now who is looking for investment property in NC or SC.
You can purchase a lot of house in Wake Forest for under 300K US. There are plenty of homes available. You are a short drive from Raleigh which has world class medical, entertainment and shopping. Also you are very close to a major airport.
We would love to help you with your search. We have been helping people for over a decade locate their dream home. We are a buyers agent which means you do not pay us a dime. We are paid a referral fee by the local MLS agent if your decide to purchase. We help you narrow done your search based on your life preferences and budget then we work with you and the best local MLS agents to make the very best purchase. We would love to help you.
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I visited Ireland in 2001, for St Patricks Day, it was the year of foot and mouth but i had a great time. North Carolina is wonderful and you will love it. Wake Forest is very nice great schools but there are other areas around the Triangle equally as nice and safe. if you contact me vis my website i will be happy to send you some information.
"Is it expensive?" Of course that is relative to the individual. But Wake Forest offers a variety of housing options, and shouldn't be a barrier to you.
Two hours to the mountains and less than 4 hours to the coast.....please include us in your NC search for a home. I would love to show you around, and share my 25 years of experience selling homes in Charlotte.
North Carolina is a great state and the Research Triangle Park area has been voted one of the Best Places to Live in the Nation (the Research Triangle Area includes Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest, Apex, Morrisville, Cary, and surrounding areas). Raleigh has also received lots of press for being the best place for business and careers and one of the best places for investments. It's located about halfway between the beach and the mountains, so it's a wonderful location...2-4 hours in either direction and you can either be sunning yourself on Wrightsville Beach or hiking the trails in the mountains.
Wake Forest is about a half hour from Raleigh and I was just showing houses there this week. There are lots of subdivisions with new construction and the area around Falls Lake has homes in higher price ranges ($400,000's-600,000K's+) and there are also homes in lower price ranges. Wake County has some of the best test scores in the state on the high school SAT's (Scholastic Achievement Tests) and as a former educator within Wake County schools, I can personally attest to the elevated academic expectations that the county has for its students. On a personal note, I really think the individual teacher probably has the biggest role in whether your little ones have a successful year in school...that and lots of parent involvement, too.
I have a friend who lives in the Smith Creek subdivision on Smith Creek Way in Wake Forest. Other sudivisions I like there are Castelli, Kelsey, Greycliff, Hillcrest Farm, Heritage, Galloway, Devonshire, and Crescent Ridge. Wake Forest also has a historic district with classic older homes. There are also more homes available that aren't in sudivisions in various price ranges.
Wake Forest tends to be less expensive than some areas of Raleigh...but more expensive near Falls Lake. If you'd like, I can do searches in various price ranges with at least 4 bedrooms to see what turns up. I can email you a link to those or you can sign up to receive automatic homefinder emails on my website at http://www.wendynormanonline.com. If you have any questions, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call my office at 919-785-4240. Good luck with your move and let me know if I can help with finding a home for you and your family. I look forward to working with you.
Wake Forest is a very nice area. The town is quaint and appealing to many families.
Below is a link to the schools and a link to the city.
Depending on your prerequisites the area is quite reasonable compared to other parts of the US. There are subdivisions with amenities like a pool, tennis, or golf.
I recommend you visit your sister and view for yourself how enjoyable this area really is.