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What Counties are in the Triad area?
City of Greensboro
City of Winston Salem
City of High Point
City of Kernersville
Other Cities to Consider
Tax Rates by County
Helpful Phone Numbers
The Buyer Process
Climate in the Triad
Our Company Website
Interstate Map of the Triad
Dining in the Triad
Entertainment & Recreation
We would like to take this opportunity to introduce our company to you. Total Real Estate Solutions or better known as TRES was formed in 2007 by Kim Martin, Broker & Owner, and other Real Estate Professionals who had the same deep passion for Real Estate and helping clients just like YOU. Kim Martin has been in Real Estate since 1997. She started as an Assistant for a property management firm and has worked her way up the ranks with hard work and commitment. Total Real Estate Solutions specializes in all phases of real estate from buying, selling, investing, new home construction and commercial property. Kim also holds a very important designation as a CFS (Certified Financial Specialist) which has definitely been an asset to TRES and Our Clients. Financing is one of the most important parts of buying a home and with having that financial experience on your side is a great benefit of working with us. Our team has over 20 years combined experience in On-Site Sales and works with several Builders in the Triad area.
Almost everyone one on our team is born and raised North Carolina residents and feel we can give you the best information to make an informed decision about buying in the Triad. We service Guilford, Forsyth, Rockingham, Davie, Davidson and Stokes Counties.
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We our so delighted to welcome you and hope you will choose our company to help you with your real estate needs and we promise to be your Total Package.
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The county was formed in 1771 from parts of Rowan County and Orange County. It was named for Francis North, 1st Earl of Guildford, father of Frederick North, Lord North, British Prime Minister from 1770 to 1782. The Quaker church played a major role in the European settlement of the county, and numerous Quakers still live in the county.
On March 15, 1781, the Battle of Guilford Court House was fought in present-day Greensboro between Generals Charles Cornwallis and Nathanael Greene during the American Revolution. This battle marked a key turning point in the Revolutionary War in the South. Although General Cornwallis, the British Commander, held the field at the end of the battle, his losses were so severe that he decided to withdraw to the Carolina and Virginia coastline, where he could receive reinforcements and his battered army could be protected by the British Navy. His decision ultimately led to his defeat later in 1781 at Yorktown, Virginia, by a combined force of American and French troops and warships.
In 1779 the southern third of Guilford County became Randolph County. In 1785 the northern half of its remaining territory became Rockingham County.
Due to the large number of Quakers living in Guilford, many of the county's residents were opposed to slavery before the Civil War. The county was a stop on the famous Underground Railroad, which provided escaped slaves with a route to freedom in the North. Levi Coffin, one of the founders of the "railroad", was a Guilford County native. He is credited with personally helping over 2,000 slaves escape to freedom before the war.
History of Forsyth County
Forsyth County began as a Moravian settlement in 1753 when Bishop August Gottlieb Spangenberg acquired a hundred-thousand acre tract of land from Lord Granville, one of the lord proprietors of North Carolina. The Moravians called their land Wachovia after the Austrian estate of Count Nicholas Lewis von Zinzendorf, an early protector of the Moravian church.
After the two settlements of Bethabara and Bethania were established, the town of Salem was begun in 1766 as the central town in Wachovia. Salem grew rapidly both as a religious center and as a center for crafts and trades.
Forsyth County was named in honor of Colonel Benjamin Forsyth, a respected landowner in Stokes County. Colonel Forsyth distinguished himself in battle during the war of 1812 at Odelltown, Canada, where he was mortally wounded.
In 1849, the North Carolina legislature created the new County of Forsyth out of part of Stokes County. In 1851, the town of Winston was named as the County Seat. The courthouse square was laid one mile north of Salem square with plans for the street of the two towns to run together.
In 1949, Willie H. Johnston, Jr., a Carver High Student, designed the Forsyth County seal during a contest to celebrate the County’s Centennial.
Forsyth County has progressed from its rustic past to a modern community which offers a variety of services to its citizens.
What are we known for:
VISIT DAVIDSON COUNTY
VIRTUAL TOUR OF DAVIDSON COUNTY
Beautiful Rockingham County
Rockingham County is located north of Guilford County and is known for an enormous amount of history, places to visit and things to do. To see what Rockingham County is all about click on the picture below.
REIDSVILLE NEWCOMERS GUIDE
Davie and Stokes County are two rural counties that have a lot to offer the newcomer who enjoys the slower pace in life. Davie County is located to the west and south of Forsyth County. Stokes County is in the opposite direction close to Rockingham County and just minutes away from the Virginia State Line.
DAVIE COUNTY SCHOOLS
STOKES COUNTY SCHOOLS
DAVIE COUNTY GOVERNMENT
STOKES COUNTY GOVERNMENT
VISIT STOKES COUNTY
Greensboro is a city that is drawing many families these days. Being ranked the 8th most affordable housing market in 2007 by Forbes.com based on statistics revealed that the median home price is $145,100 & median household income is $50,447. Greensboro offers a strong business community with its many projects such as HondaJet and the FEDEX Hub coming to the triad. The FedEx Hub slated for completion by the year 2009 should create nearly 20,000 jobs over a 16 year period.
If Music is your lifestyle then Greensboro has it with the Eastern Music Festival, Greensboro Symphony and Greensboro Opera. There is also shows, concerts and other forms of entertainment at the Greensboro Coliseum year round.
Greensboro is a city that offers alot for the family from parks and recreation, a water park, history, trails and sporting events. For the night out, Downtown Greensboro is the place to be with restaurants, clubs and street parties.
Greensboro is easily accessible to all major highways and interstates and makes moving to the Triad area a plus for newcomers and businesses.
Shopping at Friendly Center is a favorite of many. With shops and restaurants like Ann Taylor, J. Crew, Bandolino, PF Changs and Coldwater Creek. It will take a whole day and lots of walking to tour this shopping facility.
So, as you see its not what Greensboro has to offer it’s the question if you can fit all Greensboro has to offer in your lifestyle.
CITY OF GREENSBORO
GREENSBORO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
MOSES CONE MEDICINE
Winston Salem is another city in the Triad that is a prime area for relocating a family. Winston Salem is the fourth largest city in North Carolina and has a population of around 223,000. Winston has a strong cultural background and the west end of downtown has been designated as a historical landmark. In the heart of downtown you must walk or take a carriage ride on the cobblestone streets of Old Salem. With Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center and other medical facilities, Winston is on the cutting edge for healthcare.
Winston offers tons of dining, shopping and entertainment for the lifestyle of your choice. Hanes Mall which features about 200 stores is one of the largest malls in the Carolina’s.
Winston Salem is home to many unique attractions such as Old Salem, Arts, College Sports, Minor League Sports, Outdoor Activities such as camping, trails, and enjoy a day at Pilot Mountain.
Housing in Winston is simple enough for any family budget and lifestyle and make it a great choice for starting your new life in North Carolina.
CITY OF WINSTON SALEM
VISIT WINSTON SALEM
WINSTON SALEM NEWSPAPER
WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY
Welcome to High Point, NC
“The Furniture Capital of the World”
High Point, NC is centrally located in the center of Greensboro and Winston Salem and its location offers quick travel to either major city. Mostly known for the furniture industry, High Point has a lot more then what just meets the eye. Quality of Life is an important feature…Its got that small town feeling but has a lot to offer with arts, culture, and entertainment.
High Point is the 7th largest city in North Carolina and named after being the highest point on the North Carolina railroad between Goldsboro and Charlotte. It receives visitors from 50 states and over 100 countries twice a year for the annual furniture market.
Whether you want to spend the day at a 19th Century Quaker Plantation or the Historic Castle McCulloch Gold Mill, High Point has a lot to do with the family. Outdoor activities are ongoing during the nice weather season’s here from spending the day at Oak Hollow Lake, Golfing, Theatre’s (inside and outdoors), Festivals and take your turn at Maize Adventure.
There are several businesses here and they like the simple life High Point has to offer. Real Estate is very reasonably priced and there is an extreme amount of growing going on with several new home communities going up.
CITY OF HIGH POINT
VISIT HIGH POINT
HIGH POINT NEWSPAPER
HIGH POINT CHAMBER
Click here to see a video on the History of High Point
You see the heart with the name Kernersville on it, well take one stroll down Main Street in Kernersville and it won’t take long to figure out why they call it the heart of the Triad. Kernersville is a small town but growing everyday with commerce, new construction relating to real estate and business but still small enough to keep that small town charm and hospitality.
One part of the main street has the old downtown feeling where you will find the hometown businesses but at the other end you will find everything from Wal-Mart, Lowe’s and other big retail stores, dining and entertainment.
Located between High Point, Greensboro and Winston Salem it’s a great location for easy commute, great schools and yet you can still be out in the country in minutes. Kernersville is dedicated to growing and looking for opportunities to bring more commerce, jobs and housing to the community.
It offers a large amount of activities with the Parks & Recreation department from lakes, trails, YMCA, kid and adult athletics and culture.
TOWN OF KERNERSVILLE
There are other desirable communities or cities in the Triad to consider that offer great schools, location and tons of activities. To view information regarding these areas, just click on the city buttons below.
Davidson County .575 Tax Rate
Davie County .660 Tax Rate
Forsyth County .660 Tax Rate
Guilford County .661 Tax Rate
Rockingham County .685 Tax Rate
Stokes County .600 Tax Rate
Piedmont Natural Gas 336-272-9881
Duke Power 336-634-4611
Bell South 888-757-6500
Lexington Utilities 336-248-3920
North State Communications 336-886-3720
Time Warner Cable 336-379-0200
City of High Point 336-883-3111
DMV Office: License Office Registration Office
Greensboro 336-334-5745 336-856-1510
High Point 336-884-1003
Winston Salem 336-969-2814
Post Office 800-275-8777
Piedmont Triad International Airport 336-665-5666
Greensboro Newcomers Club 336-282-1434
Brenners Children Hospital 336-713-0000
Duke University Hospital 919-684-8111
Forsyth Medical Center 336-718-5000
High Point Regional Hospital 336-878-6000
Lexington Memorial Hospital 336-248-5161
Moses Cone Hospital 336-832-7000
Greensboro Parks & Recreation 336-373-2574
Winston Salem Parks & Recreation 336-272-2063
Below is some helpful information regarding The Buyer Process of purchasing a home with Total Real Estate Solutions or any Professional Realtor.
The Triad is located in the Northern Piedmont section of North Carolina between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Atlantic Coast and has its benefits. Winter temperatures and rainfall are both modified by the mountain barriers. Shallow cold air masses moving across the Plains States tend to be stopped or turned aside by the mountains, while deeper masses are lifted in crossing so as to lose some of their moisture and have their temperature raised a few degrees.
Freezing temperatures occur on more than half the winter days, but zero weather is almost unknown. Flurries of light snow may fall when cold air blows across the mountains, however, glazing is more common in this region than in most of North Carolina, but only occasionally becomes severe enough to do much damage.
Summer precipitation is largely from local thunderstorms. The frequency of these showers and the amount of rain received varies greatly from year to year and from place to place. Some areas are sometimes without significant rain in late spring or early summer for two or more weeks, while other areas in the vicinity may be well watered.
There are typically 217 days of sunshine every year. The greatest amount of rainfall occurs in July and September, while the driest are February and October.
Hottest Month: July
Coldest Month: January
Average Annual Rainfall: 43.14 Inches
Wettest Month: July
Driest Month: October
**This information was provided from www.piedmonttriadnc.com
Ganache Resturant & Bakery
Kabuto Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar
Gate City Chop House
Wholly Guacamole Mexican Grille
Poblano’s Mexican Grille
Jade Chinese Resturant
Chinese Kitchen & Asian Cuisine
Buffalo’s Pub and Grill
New York Deli & Pastry Company
Winston Salem Dining
6th & Vine Wine Bar
Bleu Resturant & Bar
Camel City Café’
Marshall Street Smokehouse
The Triad is full of entertainment, arts and recreation. For the most up to date information go to www.gotriadscene.com
Below you find many attractions to check out and I highly suggest you bookmark your favorites….Enjoy and Have Lots of Fun!
227th Anniversary of the Battle of Guilford Courthouse www.march1781.org
Westover Gallery Speciality Shops www.westovergallery.com
Gillespie Golf Club www.greensboro-nc.gov/Departments/Parks/facilities/gillespie
Greensboro Campground www.greensborocampground.com
Greensboro Revolution Indoor Football Team www.niflrevolution.com
Grove Winery & Vineyards www.GroveWinery.com
Historic Bethabara Park www.BethebaraPark.org
Historic West End in Winston Salem 336-728-4200
Horne Creek Living Historical Farm www.ah.dcr.state.nc.us/sections/hs/horne/home.htm
Korner’s Folly www.kornersfolly.com
Childrens Museum of Winston-Salem www.childrensmuseumofws.org
Reynolda Village www.reynoldavillage.com
Tanglewood Park www.tanglewoodpark.org
Kernersville Leisure Guide www.toknc.com/PR
Richard Childress Racing www.rcrracing.com
Dan River Company www.danrivercompany.com
Carolina Ziplines www.carolinaziplines.com
Greensboro Grasshoppers Baseball www.gsohoppers.com
New 311 Speedway www.new311speedway.com
Hanging Rock Outdoor Center www.nroconline.com