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Victory Property Management Raleigh-Cary NC Metro Homes for Rent

609 St Marys St Raleigh, NC 27605 ⋆ 919.249.8555 ⋆ Rent@VictoryRealEstateInc.com

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Raleigh Area Rentals

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Tenant Account Management

raleigh-nc-property-management-company-real-estate Did you know you can pay rent online for free?  You can also set up rent reminders, or even better auto draft.  Also manage maintenance most effectively from your tenant portal.
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Self managed rentals have costs that many don’t consider… What is your time worth?

You just bought a property in North Carolina. You’ve heard great things about the area and are really excited about the idea of your first “income generating investment property.” It will be great. You’ll put a sign in your yard, find some great tenants, collect rent each month with a large margin, never have maintenance concerns, and then do it all again when they move out after a few years.
In theory, it sounds great. But chances are, you aren’t going to find a rental by only placing a sign in your yard. And, those “great tenants” may turn out to have a criminal background or bad credit. Sometimes, your tenants might pay late. The truth is, your great tenants might break something. Worst of all, they decided to move out earlier than you expected…..Now, what?
Why not consider hiring a property manager? Instead of worrying about whether or not your tenants are going to pay each month, just enjoy the money direct deposited into your account each month. Property manager professionals are just that … professionals. Property managers do this for a living, all day, everyday. Your property manager has the resources to advertise your property on all the major sites. Your property manager will qualify and screen prospective tenants to find you a quality tenant. Your property manager will handle maintenance 24/7. Your property manager will take legal action if necessary. All the while, you can sit back and actually enjoy the income off of your income property.

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About the Raleigh, NC area

Overview of Raleigh, NC

Raleigh, NC is located in the Piedmont region of North Carolina, a short 2 hours from the beach and about 3 hours from the mountains. Raleigh is North Carolina’s State Capital and is a bustling area! Nestled between Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill, “The Triangle” is the Research Triangle Park. This area encompasses miles of office parks and manufacturing facilities. The city is part of Wake County. The population of Raleigh is 423,179 people. You might hear Raleigh referred to at times as “The City of Oaks.” Raleigh is typically referenced in four different regions by locals. There is… The Raleigh Metro Area, Old Raleigh, West Raleigh, and North Raleigh. Raleigh-nc-SkyLine

Awards
#8 Among America’s 50 Best Cities to Live (Cary) – 24/7 Wall St., September 2014
#2 Among 2014’s Most Educated Cities (Raleigh MSA) – WalletHub, September 2014
#1 Among The U.S. Cities Attracting The Most Families (Raleigh MSA) – Forbes, September 2014
#2 Among America’s 15 Best Cities for Young Professionals (Raleigh) – Forbes, August 2014
Among America’s Coolest Cities 2014 (Raleigh) – Forbes, August 2014
#4 Among Top 10 Happiest Metropolitan Areas (Raleigh) – University of British Columbia, July 2014
#1 Among The Best Places for Business and Careers 2014 (Raleigh) – Forbes, July 2014
#3 Among 10 Least Stressed Out Cities (Raleigh) – CNNMoney, June 2014
#3 Among 10 Fastest Growing Cities (Raleigh) – CNNMoney, March 2014
#6 Among Top 10 U.S. Value Destinations (Raleigh) – Hotwire, March 2014
#2 Among America’s 20 Fastest-Growing Cities (Raleigh) – Forbes, February 2014
#13 Among The 15 U.S. Cities that are Driving the Future (Raleigh-Cary) – Business Insider, January 2014
#9 Among U.S. Regions to Watch in 2014 (Raleigh) – Forbes, January 2014

Raleigh History

Founded as North Carolina’s state capital in 1792, Raleigh reaps many rewards for history lovers. Visit the State Capitol building to learn about secret rooms, ghost stories and the principles upon which the State of North Carolina was founded… while viewing George Washington in a Roman toga!

Historic Oakwood is a Victorian-style neighborhood and features an old graveyard full of once-prominent Raleigh area figures. Among several historic homes to tour is the North Carolina Executive Mansion, which was constructed entirely of materials from our state.

If you really want to taste the history of the area, stop in a local tavern and try the Cherry Bounce, an alcoholic beverage that played a key role in determining where the state’s capital would be relocated. Read More at www.visitraleigh.com/things-to-do/history

Raleigh and Nearby Attractions

North Carolina State Capital
North Carolina State University
Brier Creek Commons
Crabtree
Walnut Creek Amphitheater
Neuse River Trail
Mordecai Historic Park
North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences
Pullen Park
​North Carolina Museum of Art
​PNC Arena
Raleigh Convention Center
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About the Cary, NC area

Introduction to Cary, North Carolina

Cary NC, in Wake county, is 8 miles W of Raleigh, North Carolina.The town is conveniently located inside the Raleigh – Durham – Chapel Hill metropolitan area. There are an estimated 94,536 people in Cary.

Cary History –

The present day town of Cary was originally known as Bradford’s Ordinary. It was first settled in 1750. The area became a major transportation route when the North Carolina Railroad first entered the area in the mid 1800s. A farmer and lumberman from Wake County, Allison Francis “Frank” Page and his wife, Catherine “Kate” Raboteau Page, purchased the land in 1854 and named it Cary. It was named after Samuel Fenton Cary, a prohibitionist and former Ohio congressman. The town was officially incorporated on April 6, 1871. Page became the first mayor of Cary.

cary-nc-property-managersCary and nearby Attractions

Fred G. Bond Metro Park
Page-Walker Hotel Arts & History Center
Hemlock Bluffs Nature Preserve
J.C. Raulston Arboretum
American Wildlife Refuge
Jordan Lake State Recreation Area
Things To Do In Cary

While staying in Cary, one can plan a trip to the Hemlock Bluffs State Natural Area. Fishing and boating can be enjoyed on the MacGregor Downs Lake, Hoffman Lake, and Holiday Acres Lake. Some of the local parks are the Annie L. Jones Park, Sears Farm Road Park, White Oak Park, MacDonald Woods Park, Fred G. Bond Metro Park, and North Cary Park. The Town of Cary organizes numerous annual events and festivals including the Art Quilt Show, Martin Luther King Jr. Dreamfest, and Spring Daze Arts & Crafts Festival.

Cary Transportation
Raleigh-Durham International Airport is nearby.

Cary Higher Education
Meredith College, Shaw University, and Wake Technical Community College are close to the town.

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About the Garner, NC area

Introduction to Garner NC

In Wake county, Garner is 4 miles S of Raleigh, North Carolina.The town is located in the Raleigh – Durham – Chapel Hill metropolitan area. Garner has a population of 17,757.

clybornmain_800x538Garner History
The present day town of Garner was established in 1847. The North
Carolina Railroad first entered the area in the 1850s. Originally, the area was named Garner’s Station after its founder, H.C. Garner. The town’s first post office was established in 1878, and Thomas Bingham was the first postmaster. The town was incorporated in 1883, and it was renamed Garner in 1905.

Garner and nearby Attractions

Museum of Natural Sciences
J.C. Raulston Arboretum
Playspace Children’s Museum
Marbles Kids Museum
Hemlock Bluffs Nature Preserve
State Capitol
Things To Do In Garner

While in Garner, you can visit Lake Benson Park, Greenbriar Park, Garner Recreational Park, and Rand Mill Park. The town also offers easy access to the Raleigh City Museum, North Carolina Museum of History, William B. Umstead State Park, Raven Rock State Park, and North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences. In addition, the town also organizes a number of recreational events and special programs throughout the year.

Garner Transportation
The nearest international airport is Raleigh-Durham International Airport.
Garner Higher Education
Wake Technical Community College, North Carolina State University at Raleigh, and Shaw University are nearby.

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About the Apex, NC area

Introduction to Apex, North Carolina

Apex, North Carolina is 5 miles SW of Cary, North Carolina (center to center) and 12 miles W of Raleigh, North Carolina.It is in Wake county. The town is part of the Raleigh – Durham – Chapel Hill metro area. The population of Apex is 20,212.

Apex_NC_Yates_Mill-Wake-CountyApex History

Apex was incorporated as a town in 1873. It was named Apex because it is the highest point on the Chatham Railroad, running from Richmond, Virginia, to Jacksonville, Florida. Apex Union Depot, which presently houses the Apex Chamber of Commerce, was originally a station for the Seaboard Air Line Railroad. Later on, it also served as the Apex Community Library.

Apex and nearby Attractions

Jordan Lake State Recreation Area
Apex Union Depot
American Wildlife Refuge
Hemlock Bluffs Nature Preserve
State Capitol
North Carolina Museum of Art
Things To Do In Apex

During your stay in Apex, you can spend time at the Jordan Lake State Recreation Area. One can also enjoy fishing and boating on Apex Lake. The town also has several houses of worship including the True Way Church and Matthew Chapel. The American Wildlife Refuge is also nearby.

Apex Transportation
Raleigh-Durham International Airport can be reached within a few minutes.

Apex Higher Education
Meredith College and Wake Technical Community College are the nearest colleges.

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