Guides

    • Apex

      The town of Apex was incorporated in 1873 and named for its location at the highest point along a 30 mile section of the Chatham Railroad, which runs from Richmond,…

    • Cary

      Located between Raleigh and Research Triangle Park, Cary is a thriving community in the heart of the Triangle. Home to software company SAS Institute, it is known as the Technology…

    • Chapel Hill

      Located in Orange County, Chapel Hill is the home of the University of North Carolina – the nation’s first public university – and UNC Health Care. It is a principal…

    • Durham

      Home of Duke University and one of the three hub cities of Research Triangle Park, Durham is known as both the “City of Medicine” and the “Bull City” and is…

    • Fuquay Varina

      Just 25 minutes south of Raleigh, the hyphenated name of Fuquay-Varina attests to the town’s history as two separate towns – Fuquay Springs and Varina – which merged in 1963.…

    • Garner

      Just minutes from Downtown Raleigh, Garner’s small town charm boasts an exceptional quality of life due to hundreds of acres of award winning parkland, an abundance of recreational & cultural…

    • Holly Springs

      Holly Springs is located 30 minutes from downtown Raleigh and began as a crossroads near fresh water springs with  numerous holly trees.  Gaining popularity, Holly Springs has earned the title…

    • Morrisville

      Set at the site of an 1865 Civil War skirmish, Morrisville was originally named after Jeremiah Morris who donated land to the North Carolina Railroad for a depot, water tower…

    • Raleigh

      Raleigh is the capital of North Carolina and is often referred to as the City of Oaks because of the many oak trees lining the streets in downtown. This Southern…

    • Wake Forest

      Just north of Raleigh, the town of Wake Forest was the original home of Wake Forest University for 122 years before it moved to Winston Salem in 1956. This quickly…