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Featured Community: Palm Grove, Wilmington

by Meghan Riley, "2015 Sales Team of the Year"

Are you a fan of Craftsman style homes? Then, you’ll love the charming little neighborhood of Palm Grove located in the Ogden area of Wilmington, NC. Developed in 2008, this Bill Clark community includes about 75 bungalows and cottages of the Craftsman style. The homesites wrap around a large central pond, beside which is a community pavilion, Crepe Myrtles, and a walking trail so all residents can enjoy the serene views.

Homes in the neighborhood range between 1,300 to 2,200 square feet with 2 car garages and are either 1 or 1.5 stories tall. They have 3 to 5 bedrooms, 2 to 3 baths, and lots between .15 and .40 an acre. Their exteriors have wonderful curb appeal with stone accents, tapered Example Palm Grove Homecolumns, pergolas, and decorative motifs, as well as professional landscaping. About half of the homes have privacy fences.

The community floor plans include split-bedroom and open concept, so they have a very modern feel.  Interior features vary, but can include built-ins, gas log fireplaces, wainscoting, granite countertops, hardwood flooring, stainless steel and gas appliances, his/her vanities and closets, separate showers, trey ceilings, and more! This is definitely not a cookie-cutter community. There are unique features in every home.

View homes for sale in Palm Grove.

Palm Grove PondPalm Grove is located just a short walk or bike ride from Ogden Park and the Ice House indoor ice arena. It’s also a quick drive to the shopping and dining at Mayfaire Town Center, the growing Porters Neck commercial area, and Wrightsville Beach. So, there’s plenty in the area to do.

If you’d like to learn more about Palm Grove or would like to be setup to receive email alerts when new homes come on the market, give us a call at (910) 202-2546 or send us a message through our Contact page.

 

4 Natural Ways to Purify the Air in Your Home

by Meghan Riley, "2015 Sales Team of the Year"

Pollution doesn’t affect just the air outdoors. The Environmental Protection Agency says the air we breathe indoors can be up to five times more polluted than the air outside. The source? To name a few: mold, mildew, candles, carpet, plastic products, heating equipment, appliances, and the very things that are supposed to improve our health – household cleaners. However, there are a natural solutions for combating indoor pollution that may be affecting you and your family. Here are four:

1. House Plants

In the 1980’s, NASA did a study of plants that could be used to naturally filter air in the space station. What resulted was a list of florae that can be used in homes on earth to filter out common household pollution. Yes, the test is well over 20 years-old, but the results have stood the test of time. We dedicated a whole blog to this topic in 2012 - 10 Plants to Improve Indoor Air Pollution – but you can also view this handy infographic from Love the Garden. Visit your local greenhouse with this list.

NASA Guide to Air Filtering Houseplants

2. Himalayan Salt Lamps

Himalayan Salt Lamp

Originating from mines in the Punjab region of Pakistan, Himalayan Salt Lamps have the ability to remove toxins from the air through the process of hygroscopy, the ability to attract and hold water molecules from the environment around them. With those water molecules comes local pollutants. They get sucked into the lamp and trapped while the water evaporates back into the air. A small bulb inside the lamp heats it up and triggers the positive effects of the lamp. It also provides a very pretty glow. Himalayan Salt Lamps can be purchased on Amazon.

3. Beeswax Candles

Beeswax Candles

Other candle types can add to the pollution in our home, but beeswax candles burn clean and have the power to ionize the air to neutralize toxic compounds. They also give off a wonderful sweet smell. If you need a source for beeswax candles, look to your local beekeepers association. Not only will be you be supporting small business, but helping to directly fund efforts to protect bees from dwindling numbers.

4. Bamboo Charcoal

Bamboo Charcoal Bag

Bamboo charcoal effectively absorbs odors, allergens and harmful pollutants in both air and water. It’s made by taking pieces of mature bamboo and burning it in a very, very hot oven. It’s used in everything from facial masks to soap to aquarium filters, but for purifying the air in your home, the easiest method is placing it in a linen bag and setting it out in the room you want to purify. Moso Natural is a popular brand of bamboo charcoal bags.

All of these options can naturally help alleviate your indoor air pollution for under $100. But you know what else helps and is free? An open window. When the weather is warm, open your windows and let in some fresh air. It’ll not only air out your house, but lift your mood, as well.

Have another natural solution for indoor air pollution? Share it in the comments!

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4 Natural Ways to Purify the Air in Your Home

"How Much is the Home Under Contract For?"

by Meghan Riley, "2015 Sales Team of the Year"

How Much is the Home Under Contract ForWhen a buyer finds out that a home is under contract, it’s a common knee-jerk reaction to ask, “How much is it under contract for?” But did you know there is certain information that Realtors are not allowed to share with those not party to the contract? One of those is the agreed upon contract price.  

If we represent the buyer or seller of the property, we know how much it’s under contract for. If we don’t represent either, we honestly don’t know, and we can’t find out for you. The buyer and seller are protected during the purchase process. We even need seller permission to let other buyers know that more than one offer has been received.

Why is the contract price kept secret? If that info was revealed and the contract fell through, a future buyer could have an unfair advantage when making their offer. Additionally, there may be instances where other sellers and buyers try to use it to manipulate fair market prices. It’s important to keep in mind that a contract price doesn’t necessarily mean a final sale price. The home must be appraised and a home inspection completed to truly get insight into the value of the home. Only the final purchase price should be used when determining fair market value.

The contract price or rather the purchase price is not revealed until after the home has been closed on. Once that time comes, there are a number of ways to find out the purchase price, including asking a Realtor too look it up in the Multiple Listing Service or waiting until the purchase has been officially recorded at the county records office. You may also wait until the information appears on third-party sites like Zillow, but there’s no guarantee that information is correct. It’s best to go straight to a primary source.

What are some other questions a Realtor can't answer about an offer to purchase contract?

"Did the buyers give a Due Diligence Fee?"

"How much was the buyer's earnest money check?"

"Are the sellers providing any concessions?"

"What price did the appraiser come up with?"

"What were the results of the home inspection?"

"What are the buyer's financing terms?"

"Who are the buyers?"

"Can I have their phone number?"

You get the idea.

Have questions about buying a home in the Wilmington area? Give us a call at (910) 202-2546!

15 Features Every Bookworm’s Home Should Have

by Meghan Riley, "2015 Sales Team of the Year"

If you live, eat, and breathe books, this list is for you! We've compiled a blog post of home features that are sure to make any bookworm salivate with literary desire. We had a lot of fun researching these features and would love to see some of your ideas, so don't forget to leave them in the comments!

1. A Library Bathroom

Seriously, why do we not see more of these? Who wouldn’t want to lounge in the tub and read for hours? Sure, you may start looking like prune, but this would totally be worth it. This one belongs to Author Michael Cunningham.

Library Bathroom - FSG Work in Progress 

2. A Reading Nook with a View

What’s better than reading? Reading next to a huge window on a cushy seat. You get sunshine, a view, and a touch closer to nature. This one was featured on Living.cz

Book Nook 

Want more book nooks? Check out Penelope’s Oasis.

3. A Bookshelf Hidden Door

The coolness factor of this hidden passage shared on Stylish Eve is rivaled only by the traditional hidden fireplace door, but I imagine this one is much easier to incorporate into an existing home. I can totally see this leading to a secret writing den.

Hidden Door Bookshelf 

4. A Reading Net

Perfect for kids and the kid in all of us, this reading net is like lying on a giant hammock. This one is the brainchild of Playoffice. If you don’t have a giant library (le sigh), this may work well over an open landing.

Reading Net - Playoffice 

5. Book Stair Decals

You may have seen the hand painted book stairs and drooled in envy, but these vinyl are so much easier to apply. Plus, you can choose any book ever written! They’re currently $25 each and can be purchased on Etsy.

Book Stairs Lettering - ThatMakesAStatement 

6. A Bookcase Staircase

Continuing the staircase theme, bookworms need to utilize that space around the staircase – it’s a shelving goldmine! This one featured on Book Riot has shelving on the sides and underneath. There are also custom staircases with tiered bookshelves built into the backside of each step. It creates such a cool visual effect.

Bookcase Staircase - Book Riot 

7. A Fireplace

….preferably one that looks like it came from a book, like The Hobbit Fireplace featured on Standout Fireplace Designs. The cozier the better. A big cushy chair nearby would also be great.

 

8. A Faux Candle Chandelier

The right light fixture can be the perfect mood setter for reading, which is why it’s an important home feature for any bookworm. The Augusta 32" Wide Rustic Bronze Chandelier is a great option if you’re primary genre is fantasy or historical fiction.

Augusta Wide Rustic Bronze Chandelier 

9. A Swing Bed

It doesn’t matter if it’s hanging from a tree or hanging from the porch, a swing bed is the perfect spot to lie about outside in the fresh air and read a book. This one from The Devoted Housewife is accompanied by a DIY tutorial. So, build and be lazy!

Hanging Swing Bed - The Devoted Wife 

For those of us not yet able to invest in the literary home of our dreams, here are some features we can add now.

10. Book Lighting

Lumio is a battery powered light that starts out looking like a hardcover book until it’s opened. It can expand 360 degrees and recharged via a USB cable. It’s portable and some creative thinking could make it wall mountable.

Lumio 

11. An Albus Dumbledore Light Cover

Because what book nerd doesn’t want some Harry Potter magic in their home? This Albus Dumbledore light cover is handmade and available on Etsy. Just think of all the other quotes that would make great light covers!

Turn On The Light Cover - Made with Magic 

12. A Literary Wall Decal

What better way to decorate your wall than with your favorite book quote? The Simple Stencil has many vinyl wall decals to choose from. You can also find some good ones on Etsy with a quick search. You may have to dig a little further or go completely custom to get the kind you can reuse.

Literary Wall Decal - The Simple Stencil

13. A Bookish Pillow

Throw pillows are a great way to decorate your home with a literary theme. There are some really cute pillows with sayings on them, like this one from Union and Brown.

Carpe Librum - unionandbrown 

Or there are pillows printed with popular books, like these Nancy Drew accent pillows from The Sleuth Shop.

Nancy Drew Pillows - The Sleuth Shop 

14. A Book Table

There are some beautiful pieces of furniture made from books or made to resemble books. This one is sold on J.C. Penney, but there are many others to choose from.

Book Table - JC Penney 

15. A Bed with Built-in Book Shelving

There are numerous beds that have built-in shelves and drawers, but this one from Urban Outfitters is minimalistic and cozy looking. Plus, you can still display your books.

Border Storage Bed - Urban Outfitters 

Of course, you can always do something with a bit more storage, like this bed on Abduzeedo.  

Under Bed Book Storage - Abuzeedo 

Have you seen an awesome feature that you think a bookworm would want in their home? Share it in the comments!

15 Features Every Bookworm’s Home Should Have

2016 Investment and Vacation Home Buyers Survey

by Meghan Riley, "2015 Sales Team of the Year"

The Cameron Team's Monday Market UpdateWe hope you got to enjoy this weekend’s beautiful weather. This is an exciting time of year, because many of Wilmington’s annual events are starting up, including the Downtown Sundown Concert Series and Riverfront Farmer’s Market, which added a second location at Ogden Park on Wednesdays. So, if you haven’t had a chance to check out some of the local event calendars, now is a good time.

Recently, the National Association of Realtors released its 2016 Investment and Vacation Home Buyers Survey, which looked at existing and new home transactions in 2015. It found that vacation home sales were down 18.5% from 2014, when it was at its peak at $1.13 million. Despite this drop, it was still at the second highest amount in a decade.

Lawrence Yun, NAR chief economist, stated, "Baby boomers at or near retirement continue to propel the demand for second homes, although headwinds softened the overall volume of vacation sales last year. The expanding pool of buyers amidst a dwindling number of bargain-priced properties led to tighter supply and fewer sales and caused the price of vacation homes to rise. Furthermore, the turbulence that hit the financial markets the second half of the year likely seized some would-be buyers' available cash."

Nearly half of all vacation homes purchased were bought in the South. Over 1/3 of vacation buyers plan to use their home for a vacation or family retreat. 16% purchased for retirement and 7% purchased to generate an income.

As for investment transactions, the market saw a 7% increase in sales - $1.09 million, up from $1.02 million in 2014. Yun believes this is fueled by an increase in home prices and rental demand that are raising investor confidence. 42% of buyers surveyed said their main reason for buying was for the rental income. 16% said they found a good deal and 14% were anticipating a potential price appreciation. Out of all the properties purchased from investors, 37% were in the South.

Both vacation and investment properties saw a median price increase from 2014 to 2015. Vacation homes were up 28% ($192,000) and investments properties rose 15.3% ($124,500). With home prices across the nation rising, an increase in both of these categories was to be expected.

You can see more from the 2016 Investment and Vacation Home Buyers Survey here.

If you’re interested in exploring your options for a vacation home or investment property, give us a call! We’d be happy discuss the differences between buying a primary and secondary home, as well as run some numbers for you to see which areas may work best.

Have a wonderful week!  

Featured Community: Fairfield Park, Wilmington

by Meghan Riley, "2015 Sales Team of the Year"

Off of George Anderson Boulevard in Wilmington, NC, is Fairfield Park, a quiet community developed in the early 2000’s. It’s dotted with large ponds and greenspaces, including beautiful tree-lined streets and patches of woods. Many streets end in cul-de-sacs cutting down on potential traffic throughout the community and sidewalks are in abundance, a feature that many area residents take advantage of.

At the beginning of the community are clusters of 1-story brick townhomes ranging from 1,300-1,500 square-feet with 2-3 bedrooms and 2 baths. They have attached 2-car garages and paved driveways for parking. The front yards are professionally landscaped and exterior maintenance, including the yard, is included in the monthly HOA dues making these an ideal choice for anyone looking for low maintenance living.  

Further inside the community are brick patio homes ranging from 1,900-2,700 square-feet with 4-5 bedrooms and 2-5 baths. Some include a finished room over the garage, vaulted ceilings, and an open floor plan. All have their own unique combination of interior features that may include crown molding, hardwood floors, tile floors, jetted tubs, trey ceilings, walk-in closets, and crown molding. There are even some custom built floorplans.

Fairfield Park Clubhouse and PoolView homes for sale in Fairfield Park.

At the back of the community is a clubhouse, swimming pool, and tennis court. There’s also one more cluster of townhomes here, but they are smaller than the other units at the front of the community and do not include garages. Residents share a parking lot, but the townhomes are conveniently located within walking distance of the community amenities.

Currently, Fairfield Park falls within the Pine Valley Elementary School, Williston Middle School, and New Hanover High School District, but these should always be rechecked prior to buying a home in the community as things can change from school year to school year. New Hanover County has a convenient school locator tool online.

Want to know more about Fairfield Park or have questions about buying in Wilmington? Give us a call or send us a message through our Contact page.

*Info taken from the MLS at the date of posting. This may change over time. New stats can be provided upon request.

2016: Home Projects with the Highest Return on Investment

by Meghan Riley, "2015 Sales Team of the Year"

2016: Home Projects with the Highest Return on InvestmentEvery year, Remodeling Magazine, in partnership with RemodelMax and The Farnsworth Group, releases the Cost Vs. Value Report highlighting home improvements with the highest return on investment. The assessment includes the job cost, resale values, and cost recouped – all of which are determined by a national survey and calculated using RemodelMax’s popular estimating software. The results vary by region and year-to-year.

Results for Wilmington, NC, are included in the South-Atlantic Region. They can be further narrowed to Charlotte or Raleigh, NC. Raleigh is closer, so we’ve chosen to share its results.  

Here are the 10 home improvement projects (sorted by Raleigh) that will bring you the highest return on investment according to the 2016 Cost Vs. Value Report:

1. Attic Insulation
National Average Cost: $1,268
Return on Investment: 116.9%

Raleigh Average Cost: $1,223
Return on Investment: 97.5%

2. Entry Door
National Average Cost: $1,335 (Steel)
Return on Investment: 91.1%

Raleigh Average Cost: $1,286
Return on Investment: 85.9%
National Average Cost: $3,126 (Fiberglass)
Return on Investment: 82.3%

Raleigh Average Cost: $3,060
Return on Investment: 74.3%

3. Garage Door Replacement
National Average Cost: $1,652 (Midrange)
Return on Investment: 91.5%

Raleigh Average Cost: $1,546
Return on Investment: 84.1%
National Average Cost: $3,140 (Upscale)
Return on Investment: 90.1%

Raleigh Average Cost: $3,080
Return on Investment: 83.4%

4. Manufactured Stone Veneer
National Average Cost: $7,519
Return on Investment: 92.9%

Raleigh Average Cost: $7,512
Return on Investment: 79.8%

5. Deck Addition
National Average Cost: $10,471 (Wood)
Return on Investment: 75.0%

Raleigh Average Cost: $9,267
Return on Investment: 79.6%
National Average Cost: $16,798 (Composite)
Return on Investment: 64.4%

Raleigh Average Cost: $15,698
Return on Investment: 61.4%

6. Grand Entrance (Upscale Fiberglass)
National Average Cost: $7,971
Return on Investment: 69.6%

Raleigh Average Cost: $7,784
Return on Investment: 74.7%

7. Minor Kitchen Remodel
National Average Cost: $20,122
Return on Investment: 83.1%

Raleigh Average Cost: $18,599
Return on Investment: 73.6%

8. Vinyl Siding
National Average Cost: $14,100 (Midrange Vinyl)
Return on Investment: 77.0%

Raleigh Average Cost: $13,088
Return on Investment: 72.2%

9. Basement Remodel
National Average Cost: $68,490
Return on Investment: 70.4%

Raleigh Average Cost: $61,046
Return on Investment: 70.0%

10. Backup Generator
National Average Cost: $12,712
Return on Investment: 59.4%

Raleigh Average Cost: $12,012
Return on Investment: 66.2%

Download all of the stats for Raleigh here. See how the numbers have changed over the years here.

We always recommend that homeowners keep in mind that some home improvements and materials will have a higher ROI than others depending on the neighborhood. Homeowners should look at other homes in the neighborhood before making any decisions or they risk over-improving their home and pricing it outside of fair market value. We also suggest getting a quote from multiple contractors. Projects in the Wilmington area may cost more or less than other areas of the country depending on availability of materials and the standard rate for labor. If you’d like a few names of people to contact, send us a message through our Contact page or call us at (910) 202-2546!

“I’ve Listed My FSBO with a Realtor. Now what?”

by Meghan Riley, "2015 Sales Team of the Year"

“I’ve Listed My FSBO with a Realtor. Now what?”If you’re reading this, you either were or are currently trying to sell your home without the aid of a Realtor. If you’re like most FSBOs, you decided to go this route to either save money by eliminating a commission and/or you wanted more control over the marketing and showings. Either reason, you have decided or are considering listing it with a Realtor and want to know how things will change now that you are no longer the main point of contact.

First off, all marketing now falls on the shoulders of your Realtor. This is good for you, because you are no longer paying those upfront costs; however, it may make you a little nervous. After all, you’re relying on them to represent your home in the best light possible. Here are some things to be aware of when marketing with a Realtor:

1. Just because they are the gatekeepers to the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) doesn’t mean you don’t have any say. If you feel certain features should be highlighted in the MLS description, discuss it with your Realtor. You’ve lived in the home (in most cases) and know it better than anyone.

2. Realtors are governed by a Code of Ethics and must abide by Fair Housing Laws. There are certain things that can’t be said in marketing. Most of these are common sense. Some you may not realize infringe on any laws. All in no way will prevent your home from selling.

3. Technology has its limitations. There are character count restrictions, photo restrictions, branding restrictions…and they’re different for each website. The biggest pain for us is the character count restrictions for the MLS. In order to maximize exposure and feed a listing to other websites, we have to stay under a certain number of characters. This really limits the features we can bring to the attention of buyers, but this restriction is the same for everyone in our company, as well as the other companies in our area that distribute to third party websites (Zillow, Trulia, Realtor.com, Individual Agent Sites, etc.). Our advice is to trust that the Realtor and his company know what they are doing.

4. Not all Realtors market the same. They choose to do what they think works. Some will pay for a professional photographer, others will take pictures themselves. Some believe open houses work, others think they’re a waste. Some will pay for expanded features on popular websites, others feel it’s fluff. That’s why it’s so important to interview agents before you hire them.

5. Generating marketing materials takes time. Flyers can take two days or more from the time the pictures are received. Professional booklets can take a week or two. Even websites can take 24-48 hours to display a listing from the time it’s entered into the MLS.

Before you start marketing with a Realtor, you’ll need to remove any advertisements you’ve posted for your home. If you’ve gone on to third-party websites like Zillow and claimed your home as a FSBO, you may need to surrender it to the Realtor so they can control how the home displays. It’s not always clear how the site handles listings when they’re fed from the MLS, so it may be a case-by-case situation.

Second, showings will now be handled by the Realtor. How this is done depends on the Realtor. We have a call center whose primary purpose is to take showing requests and confirm them with the sellers. There’s a myriad of ways communication can be handled. Sellers can confirm appointments by call, text, email, or the showing app. They can even deny showings and suggest a better time. Agents can enter time restrictions, as well as specific instructions for accessing keys and handling pets that may be in the home. This has made the whole process much more efficient and streamlined.

Third, all offers are made to the Realtor. They then present the offer to you. Realtors are required to present ALL offers, no matter how low they are. So, don’t feel offended. It’s your right as the home owner to know all of your options. The Realtor is there to remove emotion from the negotiating and provide facts to aid you in getting the most money for your home. They are not allowed to reveal any details of the deal to anyone outside of the transaction until such information becomes public knowledge the day the property closes and records. For more on this, we recommend reading “Working with Real Estate Agents”.  

Fourth, once an offer is accepted, the Realtor will handle all of the closing details – scheduling contractors, hiring the attorney to prepare seller documents, arranging for the title search, etc. They will negotiate repairs and make sure all necessary forms are filled out and signed. There are a lot of moving parts at this point and it’s their job (along with the buyer’s agent) to keep everything on schedule and your best interests protected. Expect a lot of communication at this point.

With something as large as selling a multi-thousand dollar property, it can be stressful to have another person handling so much for you. You have to put a lot of trust in them to handle things with honesty and integrity. If you find a situation like this daunting, make sure the agent you hire has an easy-out clause. For example, if you hire The Cameron Team and are not happy with the services we provide, you can cancel the listing contract any time prior to receiving an offer. We provide that in writing. There are other Realtors that have similar offers. Don’t hesitate to ask when you’re interviewing agents.

If you have any questions about selling your home in the Wilmington area, give us a call at (910) 202-2546 or send us a message through our Contact page.

You may also be interested in reading “Representing Your Best Interests” – how the results of selling For Sale by Owner compares to using a Realtor.

March Wilmington Real Estate Sales Stats

by Melanie Cameron, "2015 Sales Team of the Year"

Happy Monday!  We hope you had a great weekend and if you were in town, that you were able to enjoy some of the festivities surrounding the Azalea Festival.  There was a LOT going on!

The Cameron Team's Monday Market UpdateWell, the first quarter of 2016 is behind us and the local market definitely seems to be heating up. According to our MLS system there are currently 1,902 residential homes for sale in New Hanover Co.  Year to date we've had 1,094 sales for a total sales volume in New Hanover Co. of $283,474,855 and an average sales price of $259,118.  Currently there are 791 pending homes for sale and the list to sales price percentage is at 96.8%.

When you look at March of this year compared to March of 2015, there are also some good numbers that support our market improving.  We currently have about a 7.8 month supply of inventory whereas last year at this same time we had a 9.8 month supply.  The average list price for March also increased from March of 2015 from $296,026 to $314,742.  The average sales price for March was $225,319 which was very close to the numbers we saw last year at this time.  The average sales price in March 2015 was $225,905.  The average days on the market last month was at 132 days which was a 31 day improvement over last March (163).

All and all, the Spring/Summer market seem to be in full swing.  If you are thinking about a move, interest rates are still great and buyers are definitely out there.  Priced right, good condition, and location are the keys to getting your home sold!  If you'd like to discuss your homes current value, just give us a call. 

Thanks as always for your continued support, referrals and business.  Have a great week!

OPEN HOUSES: Windemere, Emerald Forest, and 25th Street

by Meghan Riley, "2015 Sales Team of the Year"

Stop by for a tour of these homes and have all your questions answered. Every Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage open house you visit gets you entered in Coast In & Win for the chance to win $500!

105 Bretonshire Rd - WindemereSaturday, April 9th - CANCELED
105 Bretonshire Road

Wilmington, NC 28405
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Realtor Corey Bullock will be hosting an open house this weekend at our listing located in Windemere!

Property Details:
Updated 4 bedroom, 3 bath home with a HUGE entertainment area with pool table included! Over 2,500 square-feet of living space and hardwood floors in the main living area. The interior has been freshly painted, and there’s new granite in the kitchen and new carpet in the bedrooms. The home is located on almost half an acre and has a fenced back yard. Convenient to the Gary Shell Cross-City Trail, Wrightsville Beach, and Mayfaire Town Center, there are plenty of options for entertainment, restaurants, and shopping. For added peace of mind, a home warranty is included.

Click here for a map, more details, and pictures!

510 Wendover CtSaturday, April 9th
510 Wendover Court
Wilmington, NC 28411
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Realtor David Leinwand will be hosting an open house this weekend at our listing in Emerald Forest!

Property Details:
Beautiful 4 or 5 bedroom, 2.5 bath home in a great cul-de-sac location in Emerald Forest! Tons of storage and 2,930 sq.ft. of living space, including a large eat-in kitchen with granite counters and tile flooring, a large F.R.O.G. (separate stair entrance) that could be 5th bedroom or game/playroom, and Tigerwood flooring in the formal dining room, office, living room, and foyer. The master suite boasts a large walk-in closet, Jacuzzi tub, separate shower, tile floors and granite countertops. Exterior features include a rocking chair front porch and a large fenced yard with a sprinkler system that backs up to a wooded area. Located in the coveted Ogden School District with easy access to Mayfaire, Wrightsville Beach, and area dining and shopping. Home has 2 HVAC units, 1 installed in 2013 and the other to be replaced in next 2 weeks. 1-year home warranty included and HOA is an optional $45/year.

Click here for a map, more details, and pictures!

117 N. 25th StreetSaturday, April 9th
117 N. 25th Street
Wilmington, NC 28405
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Realtor Amy Hoover will be hosting an open house this weekend at our listing on 25th Street!

Property Details:
Classic 3 bedroom, 2 bath 1940’s brick bungalow with a detached studio/efficiency apartment, which would be perfect as a professional artist’s studio or mother-in-law quarters, or rented out for additional income. The main home has over 1,500 square-feet of living space and is located on a corner lot with a fenced yard. It features hardwood floors in the living room, dining room, and 2 downstairs bedrooms. The kitchen has been updated, and includes tile and a natural gas range/oven. At the rear of the home is an expansive deck, perfect for enjoying North Carolina’s moderate climate. Located just minutes to shopping, dining, and Wrightsville Beach, this home has all the charm and character of the 1940’s and the modern amenities of the area.

Click here for a map, more details, and pictures!

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Wilmington, NC 28405

(910) 202 - 2546
(910) 795 - 4723
cameronteam@seacoastrealty.com

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