Cary, NC

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About Cary, North Carolina Real Estate

Are you searching for a community with the size and attractions of a big city along with the welcoming, friendly attitude of a small town? Then Cary, NC and Cary NC real estate delivers all of those things and so much more. Cary residents have access to an excellent employment market, strong schools, and all of the outdoor beauty that North Carolina has to offer.

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Cary Real Estate - The Ideal Location For Your Next Purchase


Cary is one of the best cities in North Carolina. It is all about giving you the resources you require to successfully complete your property sale. Those resources include easy to use local area information and sophisticated property search resources. If you require professional Cary real estate services, all you have to do is a quick call or click away. That means it is very convenient for you to search for the perfect home in Cary NC and all the other goodness that come with it.


Cary has lots of employment opportunities available. There are several major employers within the city of Cary. You can check out the latest job openings at the Cary Office Center. When you find something that suits you, fill out an application and wait to hear whether you were accepted.


Cary is home to some of the best employment options in the state of North Carolina. Most of the major corporations in the state of North Carolina are located in Cary. Cary has several small businesses as well. The city of Cary has plenty of seasonal employment opportunities too. You can find seasonal employment at hotels, restaurants and anywhere else you can think of.


Finding homes for sale in Cary will be your first step on the journey to owning a home in Cary NC. Once you have found a home, do some research on the area of the city you are considering buying a home in. There are plenty of new homes for sale in Cary at all prices. You can find homes with plenty of room, as well as homes in areas that are less expensive. Cary homes are in excellent condition.


If you are looking to purchase a home in Cary, you may also want to do some research on the schools nearby. Cary is home to some of the best schools in the state of North Carolina. The city of Cary has four public schools, two private schools, and one charter school. The schools are well known for having high test scores, along with other great programs and educations available.


As a prospective home buyer in Cary, you are going to find that there are plenty of perks to making a home purchase in this area. First of all, Cary is conveniently close to Raleigh, the Raleigh International Airport, and the Cary Art Museum. You can enjoy all of the activities that come with living in North Carolina. You can spend time on the lake, at the beach, or just walking around the downtown area. You are just a short drive from all of the entertainment, dining, and job opportunities you could imagine.


The second reason you should consider a home purchase in Cary is the close proximity to other people. Many people who live in Cary are close to Raleigh, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the colleges that are located in the area. If you love nature, and you love being in nature, living in Cary could be perfect for you. You will get to experience the beautiful scenery that comes along with living in the country. If you love your family, and you love the outdoors, home purchase in Cary could be just what you are looking for.


When you begin your search for a home purchase in Cary, you will find that you have many homes to choose from. Realtors in Cary can help you narrow down your search, so that you only focus on homes that meet your criteria. Whether you are looking for a home that you can grow into or a home that will work as the perfect vacation rental, you will have no problem finding a home purchase in Cary. The best part about buying in Cary is that you can be sure that you will find exceptional service, and top quality homes in this great city.

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Wake County Demographic Information

Population

2010 to 2019 Change up 23.4%

2010 Count 900,993

2019 Estimate 1,111,761

2010 Estimate 901,052

2010 to 2018 Change up 21.2%

2018 Estimate 1,092,305

Age Distribution (Years Old)

0 to 4 6.3%

5 to 17 24.4%

18 to 64 57.7%

65 and Older 11.6%

Gender

Male 48.6%

Female 51.4%

Place of Birth

Foreign 13.2%

US 86.8%

Education

High School Graduate, Age 25+ 92.7%

Language

English is Second Language, Age 5+ 16.9%

English is First Language, Age 5+ 83.1%

Veterans

Veterans 51,410

Income

Per Capita Income $39,102

Median Household Income $76,956

People in Poverty 8.4%

Commute

Average Work Commute Time 26 minutes

Housing

Total Housing Units 441,828

Households 390,498

Average Household Size 2.62

Owner-Occupied 63.9%

Multi-Family 26.2%

Owner-Occupied Median Value $265,800

Building Permits

New Private Housing Issued 2018 12,664

Years at Residence

1 Year or More 82.2%

Less Than 1 Year 17.8%

Business and Employment

Private non-farm Establishments 29,406

Private non-farm Employment 468,449

Private non-farm Employment Growth up 3.3%

Nonemployer Establishments 91,077

Number of Firms 92,382

Business Production

Value of Shipments $13,105,152,000

Wholesale Trade $18,602,580,000

Retail Trade $14,359,328,000

Retail Sales Per Capita $15,081

Accommodation and Food Services $2,165,178,000

Bachelor's Degree or Higher, Age 25+ 51.8%

Computer and Internet use

Households with a computer 95.5%

Median selected monthly owner costs -with a mortgage $1,612

Median selected monthly owner costs -without a mortgage $506

Median gross rent $1,102

Land

Land Area 835.22 sq. miles

Population Per Square Mile 1,079

Households with a broadband Internet subscription 89.7%

Wake County

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