Sharon EvansThe TriangleExperts Team, ReMax OneView websiteSharonSharon Evans was born and raised in the Triangle Area of North Carolina. She attended NC State University, and still loves the Raleigh area today.
Janice RosenbergJanice Rosenberg Team / Re/MaxView websiteJaniceJanice and her husband, Norm, moved to Raleigh in 1984. They now have three daughters and six grandchildren. When not working, Janice enjoys spending time with her family and friends.
Jennifer LangeLuxury MoversView websiteJenniferJennifer Lange is an owner, a listing agent and buyers agent for Your LuxuryMovers Team. She moved here from Denver, CO where she lived for 8 years before making the move to the beautiful state of NC in 2002.
My other half and I looked all over the USA, searching for the ‘perfect’ city. We wanted good weather, great food, a walkable to downtown neighborhood, historic homes and a fun and funky vibe. With friends in Raleigh, we were sold until... we actually visited. Make no mistake, Raleigh had some great perks- big job market, good schools- it also had about as much soul as a mashed potato. The historic detached homes that were walking distance to downtown and had more than 2,000 sf were incredibly expensive... with so many people moving to their area, traffic in rush hour can bring you to a standstill. It’s increasingly a city built around new construction, with houses sandwiched next to one another... this is the Truman Show on Steroids. Big box stores and chain restaurants abound.Two hours east of Raleigh, we found Wilmington. Amazing, beautiful historic homes walking distance to downtown- less than half the price. A fun and funky vibe, fantastic eats, 20 minutes to the beaches, parks galore... There are plenty of newer communities and golf courses, an airport that is never crazy busy... summer season does bring more tourists, but the traffic is really not a worry in the way that a larger city has it. Wilmington has such welcoming people, it’s the best decision we ever made.Samira K. Davis
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Do you need a mattress?New to the area? Moving around? Old bed worn out or have lumps?Go shop around Raleigh, find a bed you like, i'll bet I can find it for you cheaper.