Just 10 minutes outside the state capital of Raleigh, lies Garner, North Carolina, a town of about 28,000 residents. With a median household income of approximately $60,000, the town is thriving. Garner has many available homes in various price ranges for any family.
The shopping will not disappoint with White Oak shopping and business center, as well as, unique small businesses located within the town. In addition, Garner has access to two of the state’s largest malls in Raleigh.
Garner has schools for kids of all ages in the Wake County Public School District, one of the most notorious in the state for their academic achievement.
Garner is also home to over 350 acres of parks as well as its own performing arts center, which accentuate the community feel.
With its close proximity to many major universities such as NC State, UNC Chapel Hill, and Duke University, Garner has access to prestigious large scale healthcare facilities as well as many local offices and opportunities. Garner is also home to the American Idol winner, Scotty McCreery. Garner is the perfect blend of homegrown excellence and corporate success.
Here are some additional websites to help you learn more about this area: www.garnernc.gov www.garnerchamber.com
A native of Gaithersburg, MD, I have moved around quite a bit until settling here in the Raleigh area in 2012. It’s a move I have never once regretted, I love this area. My experience in real estate includes property management, new home sales, and general brokerage. I love working with both sellers, and buyers. I live and work out of Fuquay-Varina, but I have experience throughout the Wake County, Harnett County, and Johnston County areas.
Outside of Real Estate, you will usually find me hanging out with my dog’s, or on my bike. I am an avid cyclist.
"Sean Walker came highly recommended by my daughter. My husband & I were first time homebuyers, so we had little knowledge of what was involved in purchasing a home. We had so many questions and concerns, but Sean was there with every step along the way. He was patient and informative."