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What is the Cost of Living in Raleigh, NC?

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, July 26, 2018

Abberly Place apartments in Garner, NCIf you are looking for a great city in which to work and live, you may want to consider Raleigh. The Cost of Living in Raleigh is equal to the national average, which, in comparison to most major cities, is very reasonable. Expenses such as housing, transportation and utilities are all below the national average. As gas prices continue to rise, many people are concerned about the cost of transportation. In Raleigh, the Average Commute Time is 25 minutes. The city is currently working to improve their public transportation in an effort to reduce traffic congestion and encourage the use of bicycles. The implementation of a new transportation plan could make it easier to get to work and further reduce transportation costs, helping to maintain the reasonable cost of living that Raleigh is known for.

Salaries in Raleigh

In some cities, a low cost of living can result in lower salaries. In Raleigh, this does not appear to be the case for people working in information technology. Researching Median Salaries in Raleigh shows that software engineers have a competitive median salary.

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Raleigh: On the List of Best Places People Are Moving to in 2018

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Abberly Place apartments in Garner, NCIn calculating the Best Places to Live, US News factors in each metro area's growth due to net migration over a five-year period. For the 2018 ranking, we used net migration data from 2012 to 2016 from the US Census Bureau, the most recent complete data set at the time of our calculations. Places with the most growth might be attracting new residents thanks to a hot job market, affordable housing, a desirable location or some other factor. Raleigh is one of the top metro areas out of the 125 most populous in the US.

14. Raleigh, NC

  • Best Places to Live 2018 rank: 13
  • Median Annual Salary: $52,669
  • Net Migration Rate from 2012-2016: 6.63%

Home to major universities - the University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill, Duke University, and North Carolina State University - The Raleigh and Durham area has plenty of former students who are choosing to lay down permanent roots, while others are flocking to the metro region for the job opportunities the schools and other locally based corporations offer.

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North Carolina: One of the Best States to Retire Financially

Joseph Coupal - Friday, July 13, 2018

Abberly Place apartments in Garner, NCWe all want to make the most of our money, especially once we retire. Finances pay a big part in deciding where to spend your golden years; fortunately, North Carolina is one of the most tax friendly states for retirees – perfect for enjoying the finer things in life.

North Carolina Retirement Taxes

There’s a few reasons why North Carolina makes the cut as one of the best states to retire to for taxes. Due to a tax reform back in 2013, the Tar Heel state now charges income tax at a flat rate of just 5.75% as well as a tax exemption on all Social Security retirement benefits. There’s no wonder these retiree friendly taxes add that extra appeal for those looking to relocate during retirement.

Competitive Cost of Living

As well as North Carolina providing great taxes for retirees, you’ll also find a low cost of living in the state. The lower price of food, utilities, transport and housing here compared to other states means you’ll have more freedom to spend money on the things you love. If you’re in need of healthcare, you’ll be happy to know that prescription drugs are fully exempt from tax in North Carolina as well. The low cost of living retirees can enjoy here has even lead to the city of Durham being featured in MSN Money’s list of top ten places to retire.

Adventure On Your Doorstep

North Carolina has an abundance of spectacular scenery to discover. With national parks, waterfalls and mountains at every turn, you won’t need to travel far or spend much to explore this beautiful state. The state’s well-maintained highways provide easy access to North Carolina’s stunning beaches and quaint coastal towns, as well as the breath-taking views of the Blue Ridge Mountains – perfect locations for money saving days out!

Keep Active For Less

Living on a retirement income doesn’t mean you have to revert to a slower pace of life. Get out and explore all that this state has to offer. Having all this available on your doorstep is a great way to keep active without breaking the bank.

Combine a low cost of living, retiree friendly taxes and an abundance of free and budget friendly locations and activities and it’s easy to see why North Carolin of one of the best states to retire in, both financially and lifestyle wise.

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Raleigh: One of America’s Best Cities to Live

Joseph Coupal - Friday, July 06, 2018

Abberly Place apartments in Garner, NCAs the land of opportunity, the United States has attracted people from around the world for centuries. Yet not all parts of the country are equally desirable, and some cities are far more liveable than others.

On an individual level, subjective measures often override other, more objective, considerations. Sometimes, we live in a place simply because it is where we grew up — it is familiar and where we feel at ease. Still, a range of factors can help compare U.S. cities objectively. Low crime, a healthy economy, and affordability are just a few examples of universally desirable attributes in any community.

24/7 Wall St. created an index of over three dozen socioeconomic measures to identify the 50 best American cities to live in. The most liveable cities span the country — from the Deep South to New England and from the Mid-Atlantic to the Pacific Northwest.

10. Raleigh, North Carolina

  • Population: 458,862
  • Median home value: $242,500
  • Poverty rate: 12.1% (bottom 25%)
  • Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 50.8% (top 10%)

Raleigh is one of many fast-growing mid-size cities in North Carolina. Over the past 10 years, the population of Raleigh increased by 29.6%, the most of any city in the state other than neighboring Cary, and far more than the 7.1% national population growth rate.

Raleigh is located in the southeastern corner of the Research Triangle, a prospering area with three leading research universities and many high-tech companies. Raleigh itself is home to North Carolina State University and is a 30-minute drive from Duke University and The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. North Carolina has one of the largest brain gains — more college graduates are staying in the state than leaving — in the country. This has contributed to high educational attainment in cities across the state. In Raleigh, 50.8% of adults have at least a bachelor’s degree, far more than the 31.3% national share.

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Abberly Place Apartment Homes

500 Abberly Crest Boulevard, Garner, NC 27529

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