What neighborhood and home are the best for you?
Welcome to Best Raleigh Neighborhoods, the online resource of Triangle Area Real Estate and William B. Wright, Jr. (Chip) to help you succeed in your search for the neighborhood and home that are best for you . I can be reached by text or phone at (919) 255-8321, by email at email@example.com, or at PO Box 12525, Raleigh, NC 27605-2525.
If you are considering a move to the Raleigh area, you may have searched and found houses that have the features you want.
However, the big question is how to find the location and neighborhood that will best suit your needs, considering:
- School requirements, the primary criterion of many of our Buyers
- Proximity to work, schools, shopping, restaurants, parks and outdoor activities, club, medical facilities, and transportation
- Walkable or suburban?
- A neighborhood that feels right with the amenities you want
- Resolving the conundrum of price, existing vs. new construction, location, and lot size
How we help
The goal of Triangle Area Real Estate is to make available our knowledge of the area and of the practice of real estate brokerage to help resolve your search with the best result for you.
As your agent, we will be your advocate and advisor to help navigate the purchase to a successful closing. Please take a moment to look at what some of our customers have said in our Google Reviews
More about Raleigh and Triangle Area Real Estate
My partner in real estate is my wife, Marianne Howell Wright, and we operate Triangle Area Real Estate.
Raleigh is the major city in what is referred to as the Triangle Area, a North Carolina metropolitan area that includes several counties and numerous towns, each with its own flavor. I grew up in Raleigh and have lived in or near Raleigh most of my life, and work with our Raleigh Buyers. Marianne focuses on the western part of our area that includes Chapel Hill, Chatham County, Cary, Apex, and Holly Springs, but is available to be involved in any matter.
After finishing at UNC and a US Navy stint, I worked as a CPA for what is now Ernst and Young in Atlanta, and KPMG in Raleigh. Following that I was the Director of Internal Audit for Duke University, including the Medical Center. In about 1980 I decided to pursue a career in real estate, initially in shopping center leasing. I later moved into commercial and residential brokerage, and became involved in development and commercial construction. I continue to be the license qualifier for two general construction (building) companies, one of which has an unlimited license.
I have been a fine art painter (as opposed to the kind that engage in hard work) for about 25 years . I enjoy fishing at the coast and in mountain streams, and I like Eastern NC barbecue (no red stuff). Being from the South, I don’t wear socks unless it’s really cold.