Are you considering a move to the beautiful, vibrant Triangle area? I welcome the opportunity to help you with all of your relocation needs.
I understand the challenges of relocating. After a decade of living and working in New York City, my husband and I decided to relocate to the Triangle area to embrace the quality of life here and raise our family. As a young family, relocating out-of-state and finding comfort and relatability in our new environment presented a unique set of challenges.
I keep that experience top of mind when I work with clients from all walks of life, throughout the state, country, and across the world who are relocating to this amazing area.
The Triangle is known nationwide as an outstanding place to live, work and play. Our many accolades include:
#1 Best Place to Live – Money
#1 Best City For Jobs – Forbes
#1 Best City For Education – Forbes
#1 High Tech Region – Silicon Valley Leadership Group
#1 Region For Biotech – Milken Institute
#2 Best Business Climate – Site Selection
Are you relocating to the Raleigh area? Let me show you around! I love this area and want to help you make your relocation a smooth process.
Wake County Public Schools: cities include Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Wake Forest, Rolesville, Zebulon
Durham County Schools: Durham
Franklin County Schools: cities include parts of Youngsville, and Louisburg, Franklinton, Lake Royal
Orange County Schools: cities include parts of Durham, and Carrboro, Hillsborough, Mebane and
Chapel Hill: (which has its own school system)
Wake County (including city tax details)
Durham County (including city tax details)
Orange County (including city tax details)
Johnston County (including city tax details)
Franklin County (including city tax details)
There are so many things I love about living in the Raleigh/Triangle area, one of which that stands out far above the rest, in my opinion, is the variety of outdoor, family friendly and free public parks, playgrounds and green trails that wraps around the Raleigh, Cary, Durham and Chapel Hill neighborhoods. Here are a few of my absolute favorites!
Pullen Park – lots of creative playground for kids all ages, amusement rides, picnic area, boating, walking trails and a small café for quick bites and popsicles.
Umstead Park – this is a fairly large park crossing city boundaries between Raleigh, Durham and Cary with lots of nature trails, picnic areas, and beautiful lake views. A great spot for family photo sessions!
Duke Gardens – beautifully landscaped with a variety of plant species, flowers, birds, butterflies and plenty of globally themed garden parks, endless stretch of green lawn to play frisbees on, and a small amphitheater for local spring and summer events.
Laurel Hills Park – this kids friendly playground has a mix of activities for babies up to young readers, making it a regular stop for many North Raleigh families on the weekends. Lots of birthday celebrations (there are picnic tables for events), playdates and picnic possibilities for you and your family!