Wow, the triangle-area is making news on the real estate front!
Nerdwallet.com, a personal finance company that builds data-driven tools and crunches numbers to help consumers make good money decisions, recently named 6 triangle-area towns as best places to own a home in North Carolina. So if you’ve been looking to downsize and you own a home in Holly Springs, Fuquay-Varina, Wake Forest, Clayton, Apex and Morrisville, now may be a good time.
What makes the Triangle Area a Great Place To Live?
Home prices and home size, along with new construction permits, decreasing inventory levels, and a plunging unemployment rate, are making the Triangle-area a superb place to live. Nerdwallet looked at the 59 cities in North Carolina with populations greater than 15,000 to find out which offer the best value for potential buyers. Their analysis answered three main questions: Are homes available? Can people afford to live there? Is the area growing? The answers, yes, yes and yes, put 6 of our towns in the spotlight, with Holly Springs receiving the top-rated #1 honor. .
Cost of living, crime rate, education opportunities, median household income, home value, and amenities abound in the Triangle-area also make North Carolina a top city to live in. With this welcomed housing market news, for retirees thinking about selling that overly-spacious home for a smaller dwelling, now could be the time to list and start padding that nest egg.
You can check out Nerdwallet’s entire methodology and findings here.