The Triangle’s Fastest-Selling Neighborhoods Living in North Carolina, Real Estate NewsIn case you aren’t aware, everyone wants to live in the Triangle. The market is still hot, with homes flying off of the market as soon as they are put up for sale. New home builders across the Triangle are having no problem selling their inventory as well, considering all that the area has to offer. Here are some of Raleigh-Durham’s fastest-selling neighborhoods, measured between the first and third quarters of 2016 as we quickly approach a new year.Walden Creek – These homes for sale in Apex, N.C. last no longer than seven days on the market on average.Phillips Pointe – With an average sale price of $165,000, these homes in Fuquay-Varina are an affordable option for a variety of families looking for a place to live.Scottish Hills – Despite being built between 1971 and 1977, this popular Cary neighborhood remains one of the most desirable neighborhoods as a result of its convenient location in SW Cary Parkway.Braxton Village – Located off of Avent Ferry Road in Holly Springs, this neighborhood sells homes with an average price range of $230,000.Inside Wade – In 2016 alone, Inside Wade has sold 27 homes to date. These homes for sale in Raleigh provide a location close to I-40 and I-440 that make commuting easy.Arbor Creek – These homes in Holly Springs are zoned for the brand new Apex Friendship High School, making many jump at the opportunity to purchase here.Stonewater – Selling for an average of $300,000, these homes in Cary, N.C. sit at the perfect price point for many homebuyers in the Triangle.Oak Hall – Right off of Highway 55, this neighborhood offers homes for sale in Holly Springs that are close to many shopping and dining options.Meredith Woods – Located right outside the beltline, this subdivision has homes for sale in Raleigh that are near downtown without the inflated pricing inside the beltline.Breckenridge – Moving to Morrisville, N.C.? This neighborhood off of Davis Dr. has homes for sale with an average price of $320,000.Dogwood Ridge – This subdivision in Apex located off of Olive Chapel Road has homes for sale that only last an average of 13 days on the market.Carpenter Village – With a retail village center and great community amenities, it’s easy to see why builders like H&H Homes are developing communities such as Franklin Park in the desirable neighborhood.Chancellor’s Ridge – Located in a quiet, country setting, these homes for sale in Durham are still close to The Hills at Southpoint for convenience’s sake.Renaissance Park – Location is everything, and this neighborhood delivers in the heart of downtown Raleigh close to entertainment, dining and night life.Amberly – These new homes in Cary, N.C. are located off of Green Level Church Road. CalAtlantic builds new homes in this neighborhood with first floor guest suites and walk-up third floors.If you’re looking for a home in the Triangle area, check out our location-specific community guides, then use our New Home Finder to see listings for the areas you’re interested in.