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Hannah Chan Winner of TBJ Residential Real Estate Award


Congratulations to Hannah Chan of Cary-Raleigh Realty, Inc. for being one of the winners of the 2017 Triangle Business Journal Residential Real Estate Award. It is her second year in a row achieving this top honor. She and her team thank their friends and clients' trust and confidence in their expertise and experiences in the real estate business and transactions for achieving this award.

http://www.bizjournals.com/triangle/news/2017/03/07/winner-2017-residential-real-estate-awards-raleigh.html
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Hiring by Charter Communications for call center. Job fair Feb 4.

'By WRAL TechWire

Tags: Economic development, Employment, New jobs

Charter Communications is adding 160 new jobs and hiring 215 people overall for inbound sales positions.

A job fair is set for Saturday, Feb. 4, at Charter's Triangle offices at 4200 Paramount Parkway in Morrisville. The event runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

"Individuals in this position are responsible for residential cable, internet and voice services," Charter says. "Exceptional customer service is required. Qualified applicants need a minimum of six months in a customer-interfacing role, along with proven sales and effective computer and communication skills."

Applicants should bring resumes and "dress in business appropriate attire," Charter says.

Applicants are required to apply online and "complete an assessment prior to the event."

For details, visit:

https://jobs.spectrum.com

Use requisition number 186508BR


http://wraltechwire.com/charter-communications-hiring-215-for-sales-jobs/16488999/
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550 jobs coming to Morrisville, a town adjacent to Cary


"Pharmaceutical clinical trials firm INC Research Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: INCR) plans a major expansion to its Wake County headquarters, investing $37.9 million in its operations and creating 550 jobs in Morrisville over the next several years, officials said Tuesday.

"We’re pleased to announce our continued commitment to North Carolina," Chief Executive Officer Alistair Macdonald said in a statement. "The talent base we've been able to attract in our Raleigh and Wilmington offices and across the state in recent years has been phenomenal. We look forward to continued strong growth here and across the globe and couldn’t think of a more suitable location to accommodate our growing employee base."

INC Research already employs about 1,375 in North Carolina.The average annual salary of the new technical and professional employees will be $74,923. Wake County’s overall average wage is $52,315 per year." excerpt from WRALTECHWIRE article.

http://wraltechwire.com/inc-research-to-add-550-jobs-in-morrisville/16336769/
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"Triangle Housing Market Continues Rapid Growth" headlined by TWCNEWS.COM....."65 people a day are moving into Wake County"

(Cary-Raleigh Realty, Inc. comment: we expect certain subdivisions in the Cary area would exceed the 4% average. The off season market in the Cary area is still very active.)

"According to Realtor.com, the Raleigh-Cary market ranks eighth in the nation for housing growth, with home prices expected to rise just over 4 percent, and home sales expected to rise over 7.5 percent in 2017.

In the Durham-Chapel Hill market, the price surge is expected to rise 2.55 percent. Sales are expected to rise 8.95 percent.

Realtor Will Wofford said Raleigh's economic boom has been great for business, but it's leaving the area with fewer housing options.

"65 people a day are moving into Wake County," Wofford said. "They're not building anymore real estate. So I mean, you've really got a lot of demand for lots in close proximity to Raleigh. So prices are going up. And I feel like it's a really good investment, right now."" excerpt from the article.

http://www.twcnews.com/nc/triangle-sandhills/news/2016/12/1/triangle-housing-market-continues-rapid-growth.html
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Everest Textiles USA, a unit of Everest Textile Co which is a Taiwan-based high performance Sports Apparel maker, plans to build its first manufacturing plant outside Asia in Forest City, N.C., (between Charlotte and Asheville, close to South Carolina state line) creating 610 new jobs and investing $18.5 million in the project over five years as reported in the EDPNC press release.

"“North Carolina’s outstanding business climate offers great advantages to global manufacturers such as Everest Textiles,” said Gov. Pat McCrory. “We are thrilled that this innovation-based textile company has selected our state and its tradition of high-quality manufacturing to build its presence in the Americas.”" as reported in the EDPNC press release.

https://edpnc.com/taiwan-based-sports-apparel-maker-building-plant-creating-610-jobs-rutherford-county/
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North Carolina as # 2 Best State for Business according to Forbes

""Still, Gov. Pat McCrory's office hailed the Forbes report......

“This ranking is further affirmation that our pro-growth economic policies and excellent business climate have once again made North Carolina a top destination for jobs,” McCrory said in a statement. “Our economy continues to outperform the nation as we are home to the most improved tax climate in the country and have added more than 300,000 new jobs since 2013.”

Forbes points out that the state "is the only state to appear in the top five of our Best States study every year" since launch 11 years ago.

McCrory's office also pointed out that North Carolina ranked highly in two other economic development surveys:

No. 2 in Site Selection magazine
No. 3 for business climate in Chief Executive Magazine....


...What's driving growth?

"Foreign direct investment has fueled much of North Carolina’s high-tech job growth, with $2.7 billion and 5,300 jobs generated from FDI in 2015, according to North Carolina Commerce Secretary John Skvarla, who says the state is on track to top those numbers this year," Forbes says.

The magazine also notes that N.C."has the second smallest union workforce in the U.S. in terms of percent of total employment [behind S.C.]The resulting benefit is labor costs that are 11% below the national average—fourth lowest in the country."" excerpt from the Forbe article.

http://wraltechwire.com/forbes-nc-as-no-2-best-state-for-biz-despite-bathroom-bill-/16247127/
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