I Have A Dream | Martin Luther King Parade Downtown Wilmington NC 2014

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This year’s Martin Luther King parade will be held in downtown Wilmington NC. and it is expected to be bigger than ever.  Over the years the parade and festivities have grown and a new venue should allow more visitors.
The MLK Parade Monday – January 20, 2014 Parade Begins 11:00 NOON Historic Downtown Wilmington Parade starting point: Front St. & Hanover St.  Here is parade route if you would like a pick a spot to watch.  Route

There are many local events leading up to the parade on Monday.  Some of them are:

Friday January, 17 2014 6:30 PM MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. ANNUAL BANQUET  Wilmington Convention Center 10 Convention Ctr. Dr. Wilmington, NC  Guest Speaker: N.C.  Supreme Court Justice Cherie Beasley  Tickets: $50.00 click to close frame

Saturday January, 18 2014 9:00 AM N.A.A.C.P. / MLK BREAKFAST  UNCW Warwick Center UNCW  Main Campus Wilmington, NC  Guest Speaker: Rev. Curtis Gatewood NAACP HK on J Coordinator Saturday January, 18 2014 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM KIDS FUN DAY  WILLIAM E. MURPHY SPORTS COMPLEX 401 S. 8th Street Wilmington, NC  presented by the: Wilmington Parks & Recreation Dept. (Fun, games, face painting, refreshments for all ages)  Saturday January, 18 2014 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM CAR & BIKE SHOW AND SOUL FOOD COOK-OFF (for grown folk)  WILLIAM E. MURPHY SPORTS COMPLEX 401 S. 8th Street Wilmington, NC  (Best Mortorcycle and Best Antique Car awards)  click to close frame

For more information please visit the website  http://www.mlkjrcelebration-senc10.com/index.htm

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INSPECTING YOUR HOME | How will a home inspection benefit me?

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The purchase of a home is the single most costly investment most people make, and you want to know what you are getting for your hard earned money. Inspections are a great way for home buyers to assure themselves that the home they are buying is in good condition.

A real estate agent will not determine the condition of the property. It is your responsibility, as a buyer, to ascertain the condition of the property. A licensed, professional inspector is best qualified to make an unbiased and objective evaluation of the functionality of each item or if it is in need of repair. The seller is not required to repair any items, but in the event he/she chooses not to, then the buyer may terminate.

What will the inspection cover?

An inspection will usually cover, at a minimum, those items specifically mentioned on the offer to purchase and contract. However, the inspector will not limit himself to those items.  Read rest of story here….

Moving On Up | New Buyer Wish List

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MOVING UP


Today’s Move-Up Buyers Differ From Yesterday’s

If you already own a Wilmington NC real estate home and you’re looking to buy a larger home, you’re a “move-up buyer.” You’re probably a bit different from move-up buyers of yesterday though. Some move-up buyers today are a lot more cautious — and for good reason.

Move-up buyers today are looking for a home to fit their needs because remodeling an existing home to add more space is often more expensive than buying a different home that’s already large enough. That wasn’t the case before and during the housing boom.

Convenience is the name of the game today. Many move-up buyers want to exchange their move-in-ready home for a bigger one in the same, move-in-ready condition. Most move-up buyers today want the ease of simply moving, but not managing a large or potentially complex remodeling project.

Typically, move-up buyers are confident that their personal financial situation is stable and secure enough to allow them to afford a larger property than in the past, but they still demand good value and know home prices intimately. During boom times, move-up buyers counted on steadily increasing salaries (or bonuses) and ongoing, often unrealistic home appreciation to finance their property purchase and upgrades.

Today’s move-up buyers are realistic. Even if they must sell their home for less than they thought they would get (or are underwater with the mortgage and need to come to the closing table with funds), they realize that the move-up home they’re buying is also being sold to them at a lower price than it would have sold for several years ago. Sell for less, buy for less equals a good outcome overall.

Smart move-up buyers of today have learned the mistakes of yesterday’s move-up buyers to take advantage of good values in the real estate market. No matter what your home needs are today, we can guide your home search to find the best value to meet your financial goals and family needs.

Kure Beach NC | Sales Up But Inventory Low

Now might be a good time to sell your Kure Beach home.  The  number of sold homes rose from July to August 2013.  The inventory is low, which will help your chances of selling in this market.  To search all Kure Beach Listings, please visit http://cbbaker.com/kureBeach

 
 
 
 
 

 

  Curnt vs. Prev Month Curnt vs. Same Month 1 Yr Ago Curnt vs. Same Qtr 1 Yr Ago
  Aug. 13 Jul. 13 % Change Aug. 13 Aug. 12 % Change Jun. 13 to Aug. 13 Jun. 12 to Aug. 12 % Change
For Sale 87 90 -3.3%  87 99 -12.1%  89 98 -9.2% 
Sold 9 5 80%  9 7 28.6%  9 5 80% 
Pended 3 9 -66.7%  3 10 -70%  6 7 -14.3% 
Date 6/12 7/12 8/12 9/12 10/12 11/12 12/12 1/13 2/13 3/13 4/13 5/13 6/13 7/13 8/13
For Sale 99 97 99 87 0 77 81 82 80 96 96 96 90 90 87
New Listing 7 15 17 6 9 12 7 9 10 27 15 11 10 13 9
Sold 3 6 7 9 6 6 9 2 4 8 8 10 12 5 9
Pended 5 6 10 6 4 10 5 2 9 5 15 6 6 9 3
Months of Inventory (Closed Sales) 33 16.2 14.1 9.7 0 12.8 9 41 20 12 12 9.6 7.5 18 9.7
Months of Inventory (Pended Sales) 19.8 16.2 9.9 14.5 0 7.7 16.2 41 8.9 19.2 6.4 16 15 10 29
Absorption Rate (Closed Sales) % 3 6.2 7.1 10.3 0 7.8 11.1 2.4 5 8.3 8.3 10.4 13.3 5.6 10.3
Absorption Rate (Pended Sales) % 5.1 6.2 10.1 6.9 0 13 6.2 2.4 11.3 5.2 15.6 6.3 6.7 10 3.4
Avg. Active Price 466 474 488 499 0 486 506 520 507 503 505 501 484 490 477
Avg. Sold Price 275 325 212 310 382 400 369 400 281 485 492 349 313 355 291
Avg. Sq. Ft. Price 173 167 186 177 207 195 187 181 172 204 192 195 194 157 187
Sold/List Diff. % 95 100 88 92 97 83 96 95 98 94 97 96 97 97 95
Sold/Orig LP Diff. % 94 98 87 87 96 79 91 92 97 91 95 90 94 91 93
Days on Market 50 119 122 199 216 222 171 104 82 119 170 241 138 102 169
Avg CDOM 156 119 122 199 216 139 191 194 82 126 170 230 138 102 189
Median 283 269 190 235 350 318 285 400 261 344 348 345 333 275 250
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17th Annual Lumina Daze | Wrightsville Beach NC real estate

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Lumina Daze at Wrightsville Beach

17th Lumina Daze


Sunday, August 25, 2013

Blockade Runner Beach Resort

Wilmington Big Band, Dixieland All-Stars, 
The Imitations

From the Wrightsville Beach Museum website:

Click here for 2013 EVENT SCHEDULE

Live auction in addition to the popular Silent Auction.  Live Auction Items Include:

    • Historic Downtown Package – 4 trolley passes, 4 Historic House Museum 3-House passes, an item from the gift shop from each of the 3 houses.
    • Marine Max – boat cruise for an evening
    • Shrimperoo for up to 25:  Courtesy of Lackey Builders, Inc., DC North, Middle of the Island Catering, and Greenville Loop Seafood
    • Painting by Betty Brown
    • Jamis Earth Beach Cruiser Bike
    • Kingoff’s Jewelers – diamond bezel pendant, 14K white gold
    • Stand Up Paddleboard and Paddle
    • Recognition / Memorial Plank in Wrightsville Beach Museum Boardwalk

Silent auction items include:

    • Airlie Gardens – “Summer Fun for Four” includes cooler, blanket, 4 coozies and 4 tickets to one concert in the Airlie Concert Series or admissions to the Gardens
    • Harbor Island Garden Club Harbor Way Gardens Pathway Brick and a HIGC Cookbook
    • Motts Channel Seafood gift basket – gift certificate, t-shirt, cheese grits, cocktail sauce, seafood breading.
    • LM Restaurants gift certificates, t-shirts, canvas bags, coozies, key rings
    • Bill Creasy – photo of Harbor Island, circa 1929
    • Las Olas Mexi-Q Grill gift certificate
    • One Hour Tennis Lesson – with Charlie Owens
    • Necklace by Kay Morgan
    • Two tickets to Wrightsville Beach Scenic Tour Sunset Cruise
    • “Day at the Beach” photo art by Mike Bryand
    • Green Goddess Essentials Basket from Green Goddess Essentials
    • Taste of Wrightsville Beach  – two passes, from Wrightsville Beach Foundation
    • Gift Certificate from Great Outdoor Provision Company
    • Four Personal Training Sessions with Shay Duval – “A Body to Live For”
    • Four Guest passes to the Children’s Museum of Wilmington
    • Three full-day passes for Deep Sea Fishing on “Vonda Kay”
    • Gift Certificate and Dog Treats from Unleashed – the dog and cat store
    • Men’s Seiko Divers Watch
    • Lady’s Seiko Divers Watch
    • Handmade Sterling Silver and Inlaid Opal Surfboard Pendant with Chain
    • Handmade Sterling Silver and Inlaid Opal Dolphin Pendant with Neck Wire
    • Sterling/Gold Mahdi pendant with chain
    • Greenville Loop Seafood Gift Certificate
    • Personal Chef for an evening meal
    • Lovey’s Natural Foods and Cafe Gift Basket

Have a Non Profit in the South and in need of a grant? Apply Here

To All Southern Communities – Need a grant to help your Non-Profit?  FSC might be able to help.  Deadline for grant submission is Sept. 6, 2013.  Applications below.  Full website here.  http://www.fundforsouth.org/fsc/

What We Do

The Fund for Southern Communities (FSC or The Fund) provides the financial resource to help move groups from thought to action. FSC supports small community groups working for environmental justice, anti-racism, women’s rights, youthdevelopment, LGBTQ rights, worker’s rights, civil rights and disability rights and other varied issues that address social change through community organizing. Grantees not only benefit from financial support, but they are also given technical assistance.
FSC is unusual in that it awards grants to community organizations that are working to address the systems and structures that cause community problems. Often traditional charities and private foundations overlook these organizations because their projects are considered too new, the organization too small, or their objectives are too controversial. The Fund is willing to make grants to these groups and organizations because we believe that communities working on their own behalf are powerful forces for change.
2013 Grant Cycle deadline: The September 6th, 2013. Click here to be added to our email distribution list.

To get the Grant Application and Guidelines, Click here.

To get a copy of our Progress Report form, Click here.

 

 

BIG Remodeling Pays Off Better…. to a point| Wilmington NC real estate

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It shouldn’t be a surprise that some Wilmington NC remodeling projects increase a home’s value. What’s news is that homeowners who spend the most on remodeling get a higher rate of return on their investment, according to Harvard University’s Joint Center for Housing Studies.Rates Of Return
Results of the Center’s recent study indicate that projects costing 20% or more of the home’s initial value yielded an average home price appreciation of 23%. Homeowners who spent 10% to 20% of their home’s value on remodeling saw a more modest price increase of 12%. Spending 5% to 10% of home value achieved a 7.5% price increase, an outlay of 2% to 5% earned a 6% increase, and spending 2% or less on remodeling improved home prices by 2.5%.

Tapping Equity
The remodeling industry has been booming for several years, fueled by steady home price appreciation in many areas of the country. As home values have increased, homeowners have been tapping their equity to finance remodeling projects, which in turn have further increased their homes’ values. In addition, home improvements have promised a better return in recent years than many other investment options.

Major Improvements
Larger projects–such as room additions and kitchen makeovers undertaken by upper-income homeowners–have helped push the remodeling industry to a record of more than $135 billion spent in 2002. Established baby boomers are choosing to remodel rather than move away from friends, relatives and work venues. Immigrants and 20-somethings have been taking advantage of low mortgage rates to buy starter homes, then improve them according to their tastes and needs.

Caution Advised
If you are tempted to spend a lot improving your home in order to get the best return, be careful not to “over-improve.” Real estate experts advise that the return on your remodeling investment is likely to be lower if your remodeled home exceeds the value of comparable properties in the area by more than 20%. (Give us a call to find out what your home would be worth after remodeling.)

Done well and wisely, your remodeling project could result in a more comfortable home to live in and a nice financial return when you sell. If, however, your remodeling project will take the value of your home well beyond that of neighborhood homes, you might be better off selling your current home and buying a new one with the amenities you want.

Fixtures Can Add Beauty, Value And Convenience To Your Home

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Little things do count — sometimes a lot! Adding or replacing some of your home’s fixtures — which will stay with it when you eventually sell — can give your home an attractive up-to-date look, more functionality and a higher market value. Here are a few ideas to get you started:

  • Distinctive exterior light fixtures, perhaps with motion sensors or timers. Think about floodlights and path lights, too!
  • A new mailbox and address plate.
  • A new water hose holder or winder.
  • A beautiful sounding doorbell.
  • A polished brass door plate, door knocker or handle-and-lock set for your front door.
  • New knobs or levered handles for interior doors.
  • Up-to-date interior light fixtures — chandeliers, sconces, ceiling globes, under-cabinet lights in the kitchen, etc.
  • Fresh faceplates for wall outlets and light switches (especially replacing the painted-over ones!)
  • Decorative curtain and drapery fixtures and rods.
  • Attractive kitchen and bathroom drawer pulls and cupboard handles.
  • Shiny new water taps and faucets for sinks, tubs and showers.
  • New towel racks (why not towels too?).
  • Quieter bathroom exhaust fans.
  • A sturdy, unstained laundry tub.
  • A pegboard and clips for hanging tools in the garage or work room.

Make Some Fun This Weekend Wilmington NC | Real Estate

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Hello, Welcome to the Scoop.

The secret to a successful relocation is timing — synchronized buying, moving and selling. Good timing just takes a little advance planning that puts you in control. Here are seven relocation secrets Read Rest of Story Here….



Airle Summer Concert Series

July 19   6:00 pm

Jack Jack 180


 
Comdey –

Nutt Street – Ryan Singer

July 19  – 8:00 PM

July 19 –  8:00  PM


Greenfield Lake Ampitheatre

Chris Cagle

Friday 19th  Doors open 6:00 – Concert 7:00

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Summer Jazz Workshop Student Concert
July 19  7:30 PM
Beckwith Recital Hall UNCW
Finest middle and high school jazz students
Directed by Frank Bonriorno
7:30 – 8:30 pm


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Surfalorus: Sunscreenings

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Cinedavidarte
July 20     1:30 – 10:00 PM
Latina , salsa, tango and more with 3 bands
Greenfield Lake Amphitheater
$20.00 to $25.00


Fundraiser – The Daisy Mac Festival
July 20
Old Hog Crawl Field
5601 Castle Hayne Road
Schedule here...7:30 am – 7:00 PM
Food, Music, Dodge Ball and more
Benefit’s Daisy Mac who was recently hit by a car while on her bike.


Need a book to read on the beach?

Annual Beach Read  Book  Sale

Northeast Library Military Cutoff

Saturday 9-1

.50 cents a book



Music on the Town Concert – Velcro
Friday’s   6:00 PM
Mayfaire Town Center

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Boogie in the Park

Kure Beach Oceanfront Park

Sunday NIghts 4:00 – 7:00 PM  Bring Lawn Chair

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~Movie on the Lake Sunday’s at Dusk   8:45 pm

Brave

Carolina Beach Lake

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Sundown Downtown Concerts

Zoso – Led Zepplin

Fridays

6:00 pm


Riverfront Farmers’ Market
Saturdays   8:00 – 1:00 PM

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Popular Grove Farmers’ Market

Wednesday’s 8:00 -1:00  PM

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Wrigthsville Beach Farmers Market

Mondays 8:00 – 1:00 PM

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GET MOVING!

Wrightsville Beach Loop – 2.45 miles


Gary Shell Cross-City Trail Autumn Hall trail finished!

Awesome – You need to Check it out

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 Halyburton Park

1.3 mile handicap accessible walking/bike  trail

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Run around the Smith Creek Park Lake

1.5 miles

or go kayaking and fishing

Gordon Rd. to Harris Rd. . Park on left.


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Foodie Walking Tours with Liz Biro

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TGIF Wine Tasting

July 19  6:00  – 8:00 PM

Taste The Olive
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 The Food Bank needs your donations especially for summer kids.

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Wilmington Gives Back

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     Wilmington NC  Night Spots

 Friday July 19

Scarletta- Wild Wing Cafe

ben & heather blue grass – Holiday Inn WB

The Fustics – Duck and Dive

Saturday July 20

Kyle Lindley – Fermental

Overtyme- Shell Islan WB

Seneca Guns – Towne Tap


Sunday July 21

Manny Lloyd – Bluewater Grill



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 Summer Fried Rice
Summer Fried Rice
                                                                       Rachael Ray

  • Summer squash matchsticks
  • Leftover white rice
  • 1 egg, beaten
  • Sliced scallions
  • Splash of oyster sauce
  • Chopped fresh basil

Stir-fry matchsticks of summer squash with leftover white rice, beaten egg and sliced scallions. Splash with oyster sauce and sprinkle with chopped basil.



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Get out and dance!  Great fun lessons by Verna

Ballroom – Latin – Swing – Waltz – Cha Cha

Rumba – Salsa – Tango – Shag/Swing

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Diagnostics, Electronic Troubleshooting, Engine De-Carbon Service, Major or Minor Repair.

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Ever wish you had a PERSONAL ASSISTANT
— someone you could call on to accomplish
the day-to-day tasks and time consuming errands
that leave time for little else?

Well, now you have help..

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SEA SALT BAKERY

Longtime Wilmington Chef David Herring has opened a new bakery in Hampstead called “Sea Salt”  Wonderful muffins and baked goods and  ‘SOUPS’ !

(910) 270-1407
17011 US Highway 17 N
Hampstead, NC 28443



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Do you own a Historic House? In need of renovation?

Call David Thomas – Historic Specialist

910-520-0581

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Brave battle fought Kimberly.  We will miss you.


 Have a great weekend!

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The Cape Fear Region’s many miles of coastline, rivers and sounds offer a wide variety of fishing, watersports and boating activities. And, to maximize the regions waterfront enjoyment, there are many neighborhoods offering waterfront homes in Wilmington, NC with canals, boatslips, and or boatramps. We offer the latest, detailed information on all Wilmington NC waterfront homes and communities offered for sale in Wilmington, NC. So just sit back, relax and click any of these Wilmington waterfront communities to search for your waterfront dream home now.

Waterfront Real Estate in Wilmington NC

Please feel free to contact us with any questions or requests about waterfront homes for sale or waterfront real estate in Wilmington, NC, or any location in the Cape Fear Region. We have lived here all our lives and can help match a neighborhood with a home and schools. We  know where the best shopping is and all the main attractions. If you are looking for a second home or investment property in Wilmington, NC, there are still real deals in the great coastal area, but you will need a real estate expert to help you. We are experienced real estate professional’s who has decades of home buying and selling experience in waterfront properties in Wilmington, NC area.

Marinas and Yacht Clubs

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Wilmington NC offers an assortment of Marinas and Yacht Clubs for your boating enjoyment. They are located from Carolina Beach north to Scotts Hill. You can get the details about specifics on each one right here.

For true local and knowledgable service in waterfront homes in Wilmington, NC please contact us today at 1-800-497-7325 Ex. 3607 or email atmailto:kaybaker@seacoastrealty.com

Wilmington, NC Waterfront Neighborhoods

 

Arjean by the Sound
Avalon West
Avenel
Bald Head Island*
Bay Harbor
Bluepoint
Bradley Creek Point
Bridgewater Bluffs
Carolina Bay
Cedar Island
Cedar Landing
Chanel Haven
Channelwalk
Charleston Landing
Demarest Landing
Dolphin Bay
Dunbar Landing
Driftwood Villas
Edgewater Subd
Egret Landing
Elliott Place
Figure Eight Harbour
Figure Eight Island*
Greymarsh Crossing*
Harbor Villa
Headwater Cove
Hickory Knoll
Holiday Hills
Hollyholm
Inlet Park
Inlet Point Harbor Sub*
Inlet Watch Estates*
Intracoastal Watch
John’s Creek
Landfall*
Loder Landing
Marywood
Masonboro Bluffs
Masonboro Harbour*
Masons Bluff
Middle Oaks
Old Chimney
Osprey Point
Oyster Bay
Pelican Reef*
Porter’s Neck
Purviance
Sanddollar Shores
Sandfiddler Point
Saponas Point
Scotts Hill Bluff
Shal-a-Moor
Shandy Point
Shinn Creek Estates*
Shinn Point*
Sounds Edge at Bradley Creek
South East Harbor
Register Place
River Island
Tangle Oaks
The Tides* 
Timber Creek
Towles*
Tidalwalk*
Turtle Hall*
Waterway Lodge
Westportt