Homes for Sale in Raleigh, NC by Price
The State Capital Has it All
Besides being the state capital of North Carolina, Raleigh has a nearly endless list of amenities to offer, from a huge range of high-tech and high-paying jobs, to a vivid arts and entertainment sector, to a diverse and energizing culture.
Home to hundreds of options for shopping and dining, plenty of exciting daytime and nighttime activities and entertainment, and a wide range of job opportunities, it’s easy to see why Raleigh consistently rates highly across various scales — from safety to employment to real estate.
Work and Play in Raleigh
#1 City for Jobs
Though its plethora of big-city attractions are a huge draw, perhaps the biggest is its low unemployment and vast array of available career opportunities. In fact, Money Magazine named Raleigh the #1 Best City for Jobs.
Home to Research Triangle Park and several other large tech companies, such as IBM, Cisco, and SAS, Raleigh ranked highest in hiring opportunities — the ratio of active job openings to the number of residents.
Arts and Entertainment
Raleigh is a great place to work, but it’s also a great place to pass a weekend, whether you’re looking for action and excitement, or relaxation and outdoor recreation. Home to major entertainment venues, such as Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts, PNC Arena, and the Raleigh Convention Center, Raleigh plays host to live concerts, sporting events, and performances by the Carolina Ballet, the North Carolina Theatre, North Carolina Symphony, and the North Carolina Opera. Raleigh is also a city known for its nightlife, from relaxed and casual to loud and exciting. From bars and pubs to comedy clubs to major concerts by popular arts to dance clubs, Raleigh has something to offer for all tastes and interests.
Recreation, Sports & Schools
City in a Park
It’s not all about fast big-city excitement in Raleigh. In fact, Raleigh offers many ways to get outside, from canoeing to hiking, sailing to golf. With miles of greenways, as well as the American Tobacco Trail, there’s plenty of natural walking, hiking, and biking opportunities, and even some horseback riding. You can also get out on the water at Lake Johnson Park or Jordan Lake. And there are many parks scattered throughout the city and its surrounding areas, offering everything from disc golf to camping, dog parks to lush gardens.
College, Club, and Pro Sports
Need to get out and cheer? Catch a live sporting event.
Head to North Carolina State University for football or basketball, or to PNC Arena to catch an NHL hockey game with the Hurricanes.
Raleigh is also home to the minor league baseball team the Carolina Mudflats and the pro soccer team the Carolina Railhawks.
Wake County Public Schools
Raleigh is served by Wake County Public Schools, North Carolina’s largest and most notable school district. With many award-winning schools in this district, residents of Raleigh have access to some of the best schooling options in the state. Students have options ranging from traditional public schools, to year-round multi-track schools, and even public charter schools. Private, Montessori, and alternative education schools are also available.
Affordable Raleigh Homes
Homes in Raleigh range from historic to highly modern, small and cozy to large and spacious, urban to almost rural. Pricing ranges from under $100,000 to over $800,000, but houses tend to be very affordably priced around $200,000.
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