April 2021

Found 3 blog entries for April 2021.

Living in Knightdale, NC

Moving to Knightdale NC? 11 Things to Know Before you do!

Take a trip about 8 minutes from downtown Raleigh and head east towards the crossroads of I-540 and U.S. 264. Situated there is the upbeat and energetic town of Knightdale. The benefits of living in Knightdale extend far beyond the affordability of the homes for sale and we are going to break down all the pros and cons in this article Knightdale has a long history dating back almost to the 1700s. However, while having historical roots, the town feels very modern. These are some of the reasons people are moving to Knightdale, North Carolina!

Moving too Knightdale, NC - What is it like living in Knightdale, North Carolina?

History of Knightdale

Unlike other towns in the region, Knightdale was incorporated later at around 1927. However, the

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Living in Wendell, NC

Thinking about Moving to Wendell, North Carolina? Find out what it's like living here!

Wendell is an up-and-coming community consisting of private homes, local eateries, vintage buildings, and parks. The town itself gives off the vibe of having all the big city charm found in larger metropolises yet still retaining its small-town atmosphere. Raleigh and Durham, two hot spots for economic opportunity. Top that off with the Research Triangle Park that is anchored by the major research universities of Duke University, North Carolina State University, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and you're entering one of the fastest-growing areas in the United States. Nestled within the enclave of it all lies the town of

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How to Workout without Leaving Home

With the current state of the world, homes are now being built with extra rooms and space so that people can work from home as well as a workout at home. From "peloton rooms" to garage gyms the covid-19 pandemic has created a dramatic need for people to be able to exercise within the convenience of their home. This is one homebuying trend that seems to coincide with the working from home trend that is creating a lot of home offices. 

With many of us spending more time working from home than ever before, exercise is more important than ever. Although gyms have mostly opened around the U.S. in light of COVID-19, many individuals may not feel comfortable working out in a mask or want to avoid paying for a gym

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