Relocating? We can help...

Nestled in the rolling, wooded Piedmont of North Carolina, our communities are ideally located two hours from the Atlantic Coast and three hours from the Blue Ridge Mountains. Our proximity to these natural resources, as well as our many area lakes, parks, golf and tennis facilities, allows our residents and visitors to enjoy a variety of outdoor recreational activities.

Our area of North Carolina is known for its mild weather and natural beauty. We enjoy an average annual temperature of about 65 degrees but we also have four distinct seasons. We get an occasional snow in the winter, brilliant flowers and lush greenery in the spring and summer and a multicolor display of leaves in the fall.

Our reasonable cost-of-living, quality schools, first-class health care, large influx of new jobs, amateur, college, and professional sports, arts, entertainment, shopping options, and an abundance of natural beauty contribute to the high quality of life enjoyed by residents all over the Triangle and surrounding areas.

Specializing in the Triangle Area...

Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Clayton, Holly Springs, Fuquay-Varina, Willow Springs, Garner, Benson, Wendell, Zebulon, Knightdale, Angier, Smithfield

Raleigh, North Carolina, has three major aspects that define the city. It is the state capital, a major U.S. research center, and home to three leading universities. Fortune Magazine called it One of the Five Best Places to Balance Work and Family Life, while Child Magazine named it one of the Five Best Places to Raise Kids In America. Raleigh seems to suit people of all ages--it has been called "One of the Ten Best Places For Twentysomethings to Live", and simultaneously listed as one of "50 Fabulous Places to Retire".

For the past two decades, Raleigh has continued to be one of the fastest growing cities in the country. The city continues to offer a variety of entertainment options for its residents' free time. Raleigh is home to numerous theaters and art galleries, and has the first state-sponsored symphony in the nation, the North Carolina Symphony. Here you will also find the state's own museums of art, history, and science. Of course, sports are and incredibly popular draw in this area, and the local universities offer year-round entertainment. The city also has two AAA baseball teams and a professional hockey team.

Military Relocation

With Danny's 22 years in the U.S. Marine Corps, he has moved his family several times on the average of every couple of years. He understands the stress and time involved in relocating locally and/or long distance. So through personal experience, he has mastered the process of relocating. We are dedicated to making your move as easy and enjoyable as possible.

North Carolina is also known for the number of military bases located within approximately two hours of the Raleigh/Triangle area.

Military Emblems

Fort Bragg is located just west of Fayetteville, NC. This is one of the largest and busiest military complexes in the world. Fort Bragg hosts America's only airborne corps and airborne division, the "Green Berets" of the Special Operations Command, and the Army's largest support command. 82nd Airborne Division soldiers and others make 100,000 parachute jumps each year at Fort Bragg.

Camp Lejeune is home to one of the largest United States Marine Corps bases in the United States. It is the Home of the 2nd Marine Division. The New River Air station is also located in this area. It is located in Jacksonville, NC 2 hours east of Raleigh.

Seymour Johnson is located in Goldsboro approximately 45 minutes from the Triangle and is home to the United States Air Force.