The city of Raleigh, North Carolina was founded in 1792, and was named after Sir Walter Raleigh, a 16th-century English explorer. Also known as the "City of Oaks," it is nestled between the Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean.
It is a cozy place to live in with a four-season climate, a great standard of living, greenway system and a family conducive atmosphere. Home to some of the best professional companies in performing arts, the National Hockey League's Carolina Hurricanes and seven colleges and universities including the famous NCSU and Shaw University, it cements its place as one of the major cultural, educational and entertainment hubs in the country.
The real estate prices in North Carolina depend on the type of land you are looking for such as an estate, a farm, a mountain camp, a plantation, etc. In case you are interested in owning a vineyard, ostrich farm, apple orchard, equestrian estate or conservation easement, it is wise to buy land in Raleigh, North Carolina that has a few million acres of undeveloped land. Pretty soon this land will also be developed.
As e proposed buying land anywhere should involve a licensed realtor with at least three year's experience, a Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) or Accredited Land Consultant (ALC). The realtor must be a member of the North Carolina Association of Realtors – the prime governing body of all real estate transactions within the region of North Carolina.
Buying a real estate in Raleigh in North Carolina is considered to be a very good investment.