2007 Triangle Builders Expo

I attended the Triangle Builders Expo this week. It was great to see the number of vendors with new and exciting building products. I was really impressed with the booth of Carolina Glass. They were showing some of the really cool things they can do with glass, and especially some textured glass that can be used for shower doors, or as artwork.

I had gone to the show with the primary objective of collecting some information about some of the newer communities that were being built in the area, so I could include them on our site. I was overwhelmed by the number of booths dedicated to new communities. I must have 40 different brochures reflecting 60 new communities. There were representatives from all different levels of developers, from the grandiose, such as The Westin Soleil Center in Raleigh, to the intimate yet affordable Holly Glen by Olde South Homes.

There were even several developers there that were touting the latest trend in urban communities, NEW URBANISM, such as Kitts Creek and Renaissance Park. WTHeck is that you say? Me too. Click here to read more on this latest trend.

I will start adding many of the developments I saw at the show and more that I come across to the communities page of the website, so check back often to see what’s been added. If you are interested in seeing any of these communities, please contact us, and we would be happy to check the current inventory and help make appointments.

About RaleighCary

George Wilson is owner and Broker in Charge of Raleigh Cary Realty, an independent Real Estate firm headquartered in Cary , North Carolina. "In 2008, I was working for a big national Real Estate company. A client of mine who I'd just helped purchase a home two months before got laid off from his job and wanted to quickly list her home. When I charged the client less to help her out, the firm was very upset with my decision. I opened Raleigh Cary Realty shortly thereafter, with a vision that we'd always have the flexibility to do the right thing for our clients, no matter what." -George Wilson

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