Friday, Superintendent Tony Tata and his staff spent some time sharing details with a group of realtors.
Realtors say most potential buyers want to know what school choices they would have if they were to purchase a home in a particular neighborhood.
Tata spoke with members of the Raleigh Regional Association of Realtors Friday afternoon.
The president-elect of the organization says there's a lot of excitement but also a lot of anxiety about how the plan will work and what it will mean for their business.
"School districts are vitally important in Wake County and throughout the Triangle," said Raleigh Regional Association of Realtors President-elect Stacey Anfindsen. "This is something that's brand new, never been tried before. We're eagerly anticipating the launch of it, to see how it's going to affect the residential real estate is really at the top of our minds."