Yellow Azalea - Wilmington North Carolina

Yes, There Are Yellow Azaleas – Grow Them in Wilmington

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Pink azaleas. Red Azaleas. Purple Azaleas. White Azaleas. If you live in Wilmington, NC, you’re quite familiar with these colors. They are everywhere and most obvious during March/April! These beautiful shrubs are a must-have for gardens in the South and the inspiration for the North Carolina Azalea Festival held right here in New Hanover County. Please note: All links to …

What’s in a Mortgage Payment? Hint: It’s Not Just Your Loan

What’s in a Mortgage Payment? Hint: It’s Not Just Your Loan

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If you are a first-time home buyer, you may not know that your mortgage payment consists of more than just the loan you’re approved for. This is especially important to understand, because these additional “pieces” raise the amount of money you’ll be paying out-of-pocket every month. Depending on the size of the home you are buying, this could be more …

4-5 Market Update - Melanie Cameron

April 5, 2021 Wilmington Real Estate Market Update

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 Last week was a short week in the local real estate market with the register of deeds and many county offices closed on Good Friday. That had an effect on the number of homes sold in the past 7 days. Watch as Melanie Cameron shares how many homes came on the market, went under contract, and closed in New …

How to confirm whether a neighborhood is really “up and coming” or not

How to Confirm Whether a Wilmington Neighborhood is Really “Up and Coming” or Not

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When buying a home, the location is just as important as the property itself. Neighborhoods aren’t objectively good or bad, but finding the perfect neighborhood for you is all about your own needs and preferences. You want to live somewhere close to the amenities that are valuable to you. Some people prioritize living near parks […]

Buyer Competition Is Good News for Sellers

Buyer Competition Is Good News for Sellers

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  With so many buyers looking for homes to purchase and so few houses available today, there’s a substantial increase in bidding wars: homes are selling fast. According to the latest Realtors Confidence Index Survey from the National Association of Realtors (NAR), on average, houses are receiving over four offers from buyers and they’re selling in less than three weeks …

Biggers Market - Open Air Local Fresh Produce Market

Biggers Market in Wilmington, NC | Open Air Seasonal Fresh Farm Market

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 Take a look at the new Biggers Market (formerly Port City Produce) located at 6250 Market Street in Wilmington, NC. This open air fresh farm market is an upgrade from the Port City Produce that was located further down Market Street. It’s bigger, more accessible, and still a great place to buy locally-sourced meats, fruits, veggies, plants, furniture, dairy, …

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March 29, 2021 Wilmington Real Estate Market Update

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 The real estate market in Wilmington remains consistent, but the spring selling season is upon us. Do you think we’ll see an uptick in homes coming on the market? In this video, Melanie Cameron shares how many homes went under contract and closed in New Hanover County, Pender County, and Brunswick County during the past 7 days. If you’re …

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5 Common Misconceptions About Today’s Real Estate Market

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The 2021 real estate market has created a lot of buzz. It has remained strong throughout the pandemic due to low interest rates. Now, we are seeing record-low inventory and many houses going under contract as soon as they are listed. Buyers are facing hard competition as sellers receive multiple offers on their properties. This has led to some misconceptions …