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Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Raleigh One of Smartest Cities in America
Which cities have the highest number of educated people in their workforce? Forbes.com recently ranked America's smartest cities, scoring 380 metro areas. The criteria they used in the rankings include the growth rate in the number of residents with at least a bachelor's degree (from 2000 to 2013); percentage point increase in the share of the population that is college-educated over that time span; and the share of educated people in the population in 2013.
  1. Boston-Cambridge-Newton, Mass.-N.H.
    Share of population that is college-educated (2013): 44.8%
    Percentage increase in college-educated since 2000: 32.2%
  2. Pittsburgh
    Share of population that is college-educated: 32.2%
    Percentage increase in college-educated since 2000: 37.3%
  3. San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, Calif.
    Share of population that is college-educated: 46.7%
    Percentage increase in college-educated since 2000: 32.9%
  4. Grand Rapids-Wyoming, Mich.
    Share of population that is college-educated: 30.6%
    Percentage increase in college-educated since 2000: 92.7%
  5. Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, D.C.-Va.-Md.-W.Va.
    Share of population that is college-educated: 48.7%
    Percentage increase in college-educated since 2000: 44.9%
  6. Baltimore-Columbia-Towson, Md.
    Share of population that is college-educated: 36.8%
    Percentage increase in college-educated since 2000: 40.8%
  7. Raleigh, N.C.
    Share of population that is college-educated: 43.7%
    Percentage increase in college-educated since 2000: 78.7%
source:www.realtormag.realtor.com


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Chapel Hill ranks #1 in North Carolina as the Most Expensive Community to live with an average housing price of $401,765. The 2 thru 5 rankings go to the coastal communities of Kill Devil Hills, Ocean Isle, Sunset Beach and Oak Island with price ranges from $395,299 - $348,973.

In the Triangle we have in 6th place town of Apex with  home averaging $315,485 followed in 7th place by Cary at $298,709 The National average is $295,317



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Military veterans likely make up a big part of your business. After all, they are more likely to be home owners than other adults, with a 79 percent home ownership rate for vets compared to 63 percent for everyone else. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs loan program, as well as other incentives, are assisting many vets in achieving the American Dream.


Where do vets tend to live? They don't gravitate toward big cities, tending to live most often in small towns and rural areas, according to Census data. Real estate site Trulia recently took a look at 500 metros in the country to find those with the highest share of vets. Here are the top housing markets for vets: 
  1. Crestview-Fort Walton Beach-Destin, Fla.: 22.3% of the civilian population are veterans
  2. Oak Harbor, Wash.: 22%
  3. Jacksonville, N.C.: 21.4%
  4. Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood, Texas: 21.2%
  5. The Villages, Fla.: 20.4%
  6. Sierra Vista-Douglas, Ariz.: 20.2%
  7. Fayetteville, N.C.: 20%
  8. Lawton, Okla.: 19.6%
  9. Clarksville, Tenn.-Ky.: 19.2%
  10. Bremerton-Silverdale, Wash.: 19.1%
Where vets live may depend on when they served, the study suggests. For example, the study found that Gulf War vets tend to reside in different places than World War II vets. Overall, vets are more likely to live near military bases and areas with active-duty residents, which is particularly true among Gulf War vets. They are also more likely to live in more affordable, lower-density areas, which was found to be the most evident among Vietnam Era vets. Korean War or World War II vets are more likely to reside in retirement areas, mostly found in Florida.
Source:www.realtormag.realtor.org


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