This blog is written by local Wilmington NC real estate agents and realtors about real estate, homes for sale, foreclosures, short sales, and local events here in Wilmington NC, Wrightsville Beach, Carolina Beach, and Kure Beach.  We make it a priority to keep you informed on the latest real estate deals, communities, and important events that may effect you if you currently live in Wilmington or plan to purchase a home here in the near future. 

If we run across a good restaurant, see a good show, hear of any concerts, art shows, river walk events, etc.. this is where we will let you know.  We will also update you on any helpful website pages we add to the site.  We are always looking for new ways to connect to our clients and feel like our blog is a great tool to keep you informed!

We hope you enjoy it and please let us know if we can assist you with any properties you see on the website!

Thank you for reading this and happy house hunting,

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June 1, 2021

What Local North Carolina beaches allow dogs?

Bruno on the Beach

The beautiful North Carolina coastline is a vacation hot spot, not just for local families but also for those countrywide! 

From the diverse beaches, unique lighthouses, and rich history, it's easy to find an excellent coastal spot that's right for you. And, of course, bringing the fur babies along for all the fun makes the trip complete. 

Luckily there are a plethora of dog-friendly activities in Wilmington, NC, and its surrounding cities. Discover the NC beaches that stand out from the rest when it comes to your pup being able to join you in the surf and sand.  

In addition to the pet policies for each selected beach, pet-friendly lodging options and plenty of fun activities make the North Carolina coast the best of the best!

Wrightsville Beach

At Wrightsville Beach, all leashed dogs are welcome at any time during the off-season, which is October 1st - March 31st. However, throughout the rest of the year, dogs are not permitted on the beach. Some of the pet laws from the Town of Wrightsville Beach include:

  • Your pet must always be on a leash while in the Town of Wrightsville Beach.
  • You are required to clean up after your pet, have the means to always do so, and dispose of pet waste in available trash cans.
  • No pets are allowed on the beach strand from April 1st through September 30th.
  • Never leave your animal in a vehicle.
  • The beach adjacent to the Mason's Inlet area is included in the Park Ranger's jurisdiction. All pet regulations apply to this area. 

Wrightsville has various restaurants and bars that offer you and your best friend a place to rest. Some bars, such as Jimmy's, allows you to bring your dog with you to the establishment. 

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 Carolina Beach

Another local dog-friendly community is Carolina Beach. Along with the numerous restaurants that offer outdoor seating for you and your pet, this beautiful beach allows leashed pets during the on-season, April 1st - September 30th, after 5:00 pm. 

Some more pet laws from the Town of Carolina Beach include:  

  • All dogs are required to be always on a leash.
  • April 1st through September 30th, dogs are allowed on the beach during restricted hours before 9:00 am and after 5:00 pm.
  • October 1st through March 31st, dogs are allowed on the beach during all hours.
  • You must always have a plastic or paper container on your person that can be used to clean up and contain dog waste until it can be disposed of in an appropriate container. This container must be produced and shown, upon request, to anyone authorized to enforce this ordinance.
  • Dogs are not allowed on the historical wooden parts of the boardwalk at any time.
  • Dogs are not allowed in the Boardwalk Business District at any time-this includes sidewalks, walkways, or public property east of Canal Dr. from the north side of Harper Ave. (Hampton Inn location) up to and including Cape Fear Blvd. (Gazebo area). See Town Ordinance Chapter 34, Article III, Section 34-64.

Oak Island

On the southern tip of North Carolina rests the famous pet-friendly 12-mile-long Oak Island Beach. Leashed pups are allowed year-round on Oak Island beaches and, if you want to have some leash-free time, unleashed doggies are allowed October 16th through March 15th from 6:00 am until 8:00 pm in certain designated areas marked by signs. 

Oak Island is considered a classic family vacation spot in North Carolina, so not only will your pup be happy, but the rest of the family will be too. 

Topsail 

Another island on the eastern seaboard of North Carolina is Topsail Beach. At this coastal hot spot, dogs must be on a leash (no longer than 20ft) when off their property limits from the period between May 15th through September 30th of each year. Additionally, all dogs must be on a leash from April 1st through September 30th of each year in the area designated as Coastal Barrier Resources System (CBRS) Unit L07 by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service marked by the town. The person must always be prepared to remove any "deposits" left by the dog. These regulations apply to the entire town, including the beach. 

Topsail Island is a quaint town with a charming atmosphere full of unique restaurants and shops to suit anyone's style. The area has plenty of lodging options that allow pets and include ocean views, pools, hot tubs, outside showers, and patios.  

Kure Beach 

Located just 18 miles from Wilmington, you'll find the kind of small-town beach from your childhood. Home to the oldest fishing pier on the Atlantic Coast, an oceanfront park, a state aquarium, and beautiful seaside surroundings, Kure Beach provides the perfect setting for you, your family, and your pup to explore and reconnect in this pure and natural playground.

Kure Beach allows pups on the beach from October 1st through March 31st. Leashes must be restrained to 15 ft, and dogs are not permitted on the beach during the town's season. 

Figure Eight Island 

Located just east of Wilmington, Figure Eight Island is a destination that has inspired curiosity for decades. The island is privately owned by its homeowners and a rumored haven for celebrities and any visitor who wants a luxurious and private escape.

The only way visitors can access Figure Eight Island is by renting or purchasing a vacation home or residence. While difficult to access, visitors who decide to rent or buy a home on the island will be treated to one of the quietest beach landscapes in the area. Figure Eight Island retains its reputation as one of the most pristine destinations in the coastal Cape Fear area. So, if you and Fido are looking for a serene escape, Figure Eight may be the place for you!  

Leashed dogs are allowed from May 15th through September 30th on Figure Eight Island beaches.

Bald Head Island 

Board the ferry for the 20-minute ride to Bald Head Island and leave your car behind, along with the stress of the mainland. This charming island will give you and your pup everything you want and more.

Bald Head Island is one of the few beaches that allow dogs to roam freely off-leash at any time of the year. 

With so much freedom for your dog, it's no wonder these North Carolina beaches are highly rated for animal lovers and pet parents. Whichever coastal area you decide upon, there is no doubt that you and your best friend will be loving life in coastal North Carolina. Best of all, there are many more pet-friendly beaches in North Carolina to explore in addition to these great selections.  

If you are ready to make any of these coastal towns your permanent residence, Coastal Carolina offers a selection of featured communities to begin your real estate journey. 

 

April 8, 2021

Coastal Carolina Properties Top 5 Favorite Residential Communities!

Wilmington, North Carolina, is definitely a place where anyone can find their niche - and, more importantly, their home.

With so much to offer and so many special interest communities to choose from, here are our top five favorites. 

Greenville Sound

A whopping five minutes from Wrightsville Beach, this community offers homes. Here you can find luxurious amenities such as a yacht club, private boat ramp, and assigned boat slips.

The actual homes are works of some notorious local architects with clear attention to detail and several built-in amenities that will come in handy for life on the water.

The Cape

Want to live within minutes of the beach? Maybe you’re looking for a waterfront property itself? The Cape community has an active HOA, a world-class public golf course, and positions its residents literally minutes from the Southport ferry, Fort Fisher beaches, and Pleasure Island.

Inlet Point Harbor

An ocean lover’s dream. This community is literally engineered to sustain secure, deep-water boat slips, channel, and turning basin all leading to the Intercoastal Waterway. The residents are quite diverse in age, but all share a common love for a carefree life on the water.

Rivers Edge

No surprise here! This quaint neighborhood is conveniently located on the edge of the Cape Fear River. The community has many things to do as it is placed in Monkey Junction and a short walking distance from Echo Farms Golf & Country Club.

Porter’s Neck Plantation

Just north of Wilmington, NC, Porter’s Neck Plantation is a premier gated community with a plethora of amenities. Golf Digest magazine named the Porter’s Neck Country Club golf course “#1 Coastal Course” in NC. Just a short drive to beautiful beaches and endless restaurants and shops, this division offers both seclusion and accessibility.

An Honorable Mention:

Landfall

This community offers elegantly designed homes, with an abundance of amenities, in a gated community directly on the Intercoastal Waterway. If you’re looking for privacy, this community has 29 miles of just that to offer you, along with a 24-hour community patrol and 3 guarded gates. With a private country club, 19th century Temple Garden, and sports complex, it’s safe to say there is no lack of activities in this community.

Check out some of our Landfall and other great golf community listings here!

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April 1, 2021

2021 Wilmington Market Trends

With a growing population of approximately 120,000 people, Wilmington is home to several housing developments that can make an excellent investment!

The market has expanded to the surrounding city areas, more than doubling the population and the opportunity. Median home value has increased over 5% in the past year valuing homes in the upper $200,000’s with the median listing being over $290,000 and a projected rise of 5-10% annually for the foreseeable future.

Wilmington, NC real estate forecast

Wilmington, NC market trends have shown that the number of investors outweighs what is actually available, with the sale-to-list ratio at a staggering 99.22%.

The median listing price per square foot is approximately $166, and, on average, those are projected to sell after 64 days actively on the market. While they fluctuate from time-to-time, these trends are expected to increase still in the upcoming year. Check out our featured listings here

Job prospects

However, what truly makes this city such a great potential investment is its continuous development outside of the real estate market. The increasing population has led the way to a growing job market that has opened up many opportunities for residents. The present UNC campus, community college, PPD, medical laboratory, and film industry solidifies Wilmington’s economy on the back of a diverse community.

With everything this place has to offer, housing here is priced very reasonably compared to the price tag of a three-bedroom by the beach in California. Others have even found success in mobile parks. More and more developers are buying out land in a mobile park meaning money in the owner’s pocket at a relatively low cost.

The rental market

The rental market isn’t going anywhere either. With an ever-present student population, the demand for rental properties a commutable distance from either school will be around for a while. The average single household salary is around $50,000, meaning that actual homeownership, with the projected growth rate in mind, is highly improbable for most.

A strong portion of the population is also working irregularly due to school, which will prevent most from buying a home and keep rental rates high. Additionally, legal matters make being a landlord easier in NC: sensible late fee limitations, no pet laws, allowance for a reasonable deposit or bond, no state notice of entry laws, and flexibility of lease termination due to non-payment or breach of the lease contract.

Entertainment options

On top of housing and job choices, there is no shortage of fun here in WilmingtonWilmington is the 8th largest city in North Carolina, and with that comes a lot of fun developments and new experiences to try. Some of these experiences include: 

Low Taxes

One of the most notable assets investing in an NC property is the low property and income taxes. The national average is about 1.1%, while Wilmington’s is 0.85%. North Carolina also came in twelfth on the list of states with the lowest income taxes. This means your investment will be subject to lower taxes for a change!

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March 9, 2021

What to Do in Wilmington

Wilmington is the 8th largest city in North Carolina, and with that comes a lot of fun developments and new experiences to try.

Here’s a list of some of our favorite things to do, and best grub, in Wilmington:

Airlie Gardens 

One of the most picturesque locations in the entire city, the gardens at Airlie offer a diverse selection of flora and a whimsical display. Special events like weddings take place here quite often, so be sure to check out their online calendar!

Additionally, if you’re lucky enough to be here around the holidays, the Enchanted Airlie lights display is definitely a sight to see.

Sunrise/Sunset Paddle Boarding

What better way to wake up or wind down than paddleboarding down the Intercoastal Waterway while the sun is rising or setting? Several local paddleboard rental companies offer great deals if you don’t have one at your disposal.

Whether you’re alone or with a loved one, this is an experience everyone needs to have.

Historic Downtown

Eclectic is the best way to describe downtown Wilmington. There is truly something for everyone from a massive, decommissioned battleship, drool-worthy restaurants, horse-drawn carriages, and dog-friendly shops! 

Nikki’s Steakhouse & Sushi Bar

Take it from a self-proclaimed sushi buff; Nikki's is the place to go if you’re looking for delicious hibachi or sushi. Located on Military Cutoff Rd, their food is something to keep coming back for. Their sister restaurant, Nori, located on Shipyard Blvd, is equally as delicious with an even greater variety of Asian cuisine – my suggestion: The Angel Hair Roll.

Port Land Grille

Located in Lumina Station, this is arguably the best fine dining in Wilmington. With Port Land Grills frequently changing menu, open kitchen, and experienced staff, you get the freshest and the finest. They offer a lovely patio setting as well for those warm summer nights. Some other must-visit restaurants in Wilmington include: 

  • South Beach Grill
  • Indochine
  • Ceviches 
  • Savorez
  • RX Restaurant & Bar
  • Manna
  • Fork & Cork

Jungle Rapids

Water parks, laser tag, arcade, oh my! This place is every kids’ dream! Their arcade is state-of-the-art and will keep your little ones occupied for hours. If they do, by chance get bored, simply take them outside to partake in go-karts, water slides, mini-golf, or a drop zone ride.

Spill Coffee Co

The product of two ambitious women taking their coffee truck and transforming it into a whole café. The store is very stylish and adorned with pink accents and cozy furniture, making it the perfect work environment. Their house blend is farmed by an all-female coffee farm with endless drink options and a plethora of beneficial health additives to choose from.

They also partner with other local businesses on their sweet treats and breakfast foods.

Sunset Swimming

Not everything fun has to cost money! Time your trip and take your loved ones to the beach at sunset to enjoy the last bit of sunshine of the day. This is a great way to make fun memories with friends and family and, if you’re lucky, the water can actually be pretty warm at the end of a summer’s day!

Wilmington is one Southern destination with something for everyone, and it's overflowing with coastal fun! Want to know about what Wilmington, NC has to offer - check out our blog

 

March 2, 2021

Dogs in Wilmington

Dogs in Wilmington

It's no question that Wilmington, NC, is home to dog lovers!

Every day you can expect to see a handful of folks walking down the street with their furry best friends. With more and more people bringing their animals to vacation with them in town, here is a helpful guide on where your pup can go!

Wrightsville Beach

Pets have to remain on their leashes at all times. That's a given virtually anywhere in this town. Additionally, you are expected to clean up all pet waste. There are numerous trash cans available at every access with complimentary bags. 

Pets are allowed on the beach from April 1 to September 30, according to Wrightsville Beach officials. 

The Wrightsville Beach Loop is a popular trail that dogs can go on at any time! The town has also implemented dog-friendly water fountains so that your pooch is hydrated and well-taken care of.

Historic Downtown Wilmington

You can see several dog walkers downtown at any given time. The grid system, and beautiful Riverwalk, allow you to walk for ages and explore various shops and bars. Some shops will even allow you to bring your dog inside with you as long as they are well behaved - make sure to pop your head in and ask a worker before you do!

Most restaurants in the area will have outdoor seating available so that you can take a break too! If you're fortunate, you may see a bar dog or two!

UNCW Campus

I couldn't even begin to count how many time's I've taken my pup to the grass field in front of Randall Library to run alongside frisbees and soccer balls. Be prepared to get some attention there, though! Many dorm-living students will be thrilled to have a pup to love on for a few moments.

It also deserves to be said if your dog is a bit more on the anti-social side that this is probably not the best place for them.

Ogden/Scotts Hill

This is full of open, expansive places for your pup to roam and burn that energy. One of the more popular places for dogs is Ogden Park. Pets will love to get some off-leash exercise at this grassy, fenced Wilmington dog park. In addition, there is a beautiful pond and plenty of shade.

Another hot spot for dogs of Wilmington is the Abbey Nature Preserve. The 67-acre preserve has a 2.4-mile nature trail winding through woods and crossing over the millpond. Because the preserve maintains a busy schedule of activities throughout the year, all dogs must be leashed.

All dogs WOOF Wilmington! And with so many pup-friendly places and dog parks to visit in the Wilmington area, it's obvious why! 

Are you ready to create a home for you and your best friend here in beautiful Wilmington, NC? If so, contact us today! 

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By Paul Coffman

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Feb. 19, 2021

Wilmington Real Estate Market 2021 Update

Wilmington NC Real Estate

The Wilmington, NC Real Estate market has grown rapidly in the past year, and home values are projected to continue to increase from 5-10% every year for the foreseeable future. 

Wilmington offers both luxurious and affordable housing with various communities where you can find your perfect home. CNN Money Magazine listed the Wilmington, NC real estate market as the #7 City to Invest. 

Wilmington NC real estate and homes sale

It is an opportune time to invest in real estate; after all, it is a buyer's market, and all prices are negotiable! 

Contact us today or use the "Find A Home" tool to search all real estate listings in Wilmington, NC, and surrounding areas. Please visit our All Wilmington Subdivisions & Communities page for a complete list of the subdivisions in the greater Wilmington, NC area.

An overview of Wilmington's real estate market.

Wilmington's median home value is in the upper $ 200,000's with average listing prices ranging from $150,000-$400,000. This region offers luxurious waterfront real estate, oceanfront real estate, or golf course real estate from $400,000 into the millions. However, for a first-time buyer, there are ample listings under $200,000.

I can assure you that Wilmington has enough to satisfy all of your needs, which is why the Coastal Carolina Properties team is prepared to help. We have negotiated down more than 1.4 million dollars for my clients in recent years alone.

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Why buyers love Wilmington, NC

The Cape Fear region is one of the most populous tourist areas on North Carolina's coastline. Commercialism is typically a cause for concern for our beautiful beaches; this is not an issue here. Residents and tourists alike can enjoy pristine beaches while residing only a few minutes from the city's modern amenities.

Spend the day paddleboarding down the Intercoastal Waterway, fish on the Johnny Mercer's pier, or maybe have a meal literally on the water at Oceanic pier. This area truly offers something for everyone, which is why people keep coming back for more! The beaches near Wilmington provide much-needed relaxation and serve as the perfect escape from city living.

Historic Downtown Wilmington is another ideal location when looking for a trip off the island. The Riverwalk takes you along several eclectic shops and restaurants while providing picturesque views of the Battleship across the river. The cobblestone roads are encompassed by large live oaks, horse-drawn carriages, and breathtaking Victorian architecture. The Bellamy Mansion is one of the downtown area's biggest attractions. 

In addition, there are film locations to be found everywhere, from Iron Man 3, One Tree Hill, and Dawson's Creek for any pop-culture buff. The historic district encompasses nearly 230 blocks and showcasing mansions, old gravesites, churches, and landmarks anyone can get behind.

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By Paul Coffman

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Feb. 5, 2021

Carolina Beach Real Estate & Homes For Sale

Carolina Beach Real Estate

With its wide, beautiful beaches and inviting community, Carolina Beach is a hub for investors and full-time residents alike.

There are a plethora of properties available with a range of reasonable prices to fit anyone’s budget. For an ocean lover? Maybe an oceanfront condo or home with an outdoor shower? Got your captain's license? Perhaps a home or condo on the Intracoastal Waterfront with a private boat dock in your backyard? The Coastal Carolina Property team are experts in assisting savvy real estate buyers and sellers in making the right choice.

Carolina Beach, North Carolina

Tourism is booming in Carolina Beach! This means your investment property has a high chance of staying rented throughout the summer and even into the fall/spring seasons. Along with a naturally warm climate, CB hosts numerous mouth-watering restaurants offering both fine and casual dining options. There is truly no lack of activities to do here which is just why so many find success in investing in Carolina Beach real estate.

Activities for all

Located just over the Pleasure Island bridge, Carolina Beach has become one of the hottest vacationing spots in Southeastern North Carolina. Its position as part of the greater Wilmington, NC area also makes this location perfect to live a life of leisure while still having all of the amenities of a city. This unique resort community occupies the northern part of Pleasure Island, just 40 miles from the Gulf Stream, and will hit you with a wave of nostalgia upon arrival. Its boardwalk with a local fudgery, arcade, and amusement park will remind you of the excitement you felt as a kid on vacation. To visit, just cross the fixed span bridge on the southern end of Wilmington, past Monkey Junction, over the Intracoastal Waterway.

There is an unlimited number of activities to do in Carolina Beach which makes for the perfect getaway. The restaurants here are surely something to boast about with award-winning food; Michael’s Seafood and Kate’s Pancake House are two local staples that no one can pass up. Carolina Beach also hosts several seasonal festivals celebrating a variety of topics anyone can get behind! Kite, bacon, music, and street art festivals are just some of the events you’ll see around town. If you’re a bit more on the competitive side, maybe the annual surfing or fishing contest is more for you?

Discover the beauty

With an ever-growing population of over 5,000 residents, Pleasure Island is split down virtually in half with Carolina Beach’s sister town located on the southern point of the island. The back end of Carolina Beach is inundated with scenic walking and biking trails and is one of the only regions in the world that natively produces the acclaimed Venus Fly Traps.

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By Paul Coffman

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June 4, 2020

Is it a good investment to buy a beach house?

A beach house purchase is an investment that can reap reward after reward. 

Buying a beach house can bring an excellent return on investment, a reliable income stream, and access to a delightful vacation spot.

A permanent vacation.

The best reward is, of course, is that a beach house would provide a reliable and beautiful vacation destination for you and your family. 

The lifelong memories that come with family vacations are priceless and irreplaceable. North Carolina beaches are family and dog-friendly travel destinations that make for the perfect getaway without the usual vacation stress. In addition, when you vacation to your beach house you will be saving a lot of money compared to typical travel costs. 

And if you aren’t quite ready to dive into a purchase, there are ample rental homes with optimal areas and beautiful designs available daily. 

Rental income. 

Additionally, buying a beach house has the potential to provide a steady income stream. Typically, vacation rentals generate a much higher income than traditional rental properties. 

Tourists flood North Carolina's coastal region every month, even in the off-season, because of what the cities have to offer. 

Significant attractions include:  

These attractions and more bring in thousands of visitors looking for places to stay throughout the year.

Tax benefits. 

Owners of vacation rentals can write off business-related expenses such as mortgage interest, property management fees, marketing costs, insurance, property taxes, and repair costs. 

Consult your local real estate expert to find out what tax deductions apply to you.

Property appreciation. 

The value of real estate usually increases with inflation. This means that an investment into your beach house now will probably be worth much more later. 

If you mind your due diligence and preparation, buying a beach house for rental income can be a very lucrative venture. To ensure that you end finding the perfect beach house, feel free to email, text, or call me at your convenience if you have any questions.  

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paul@coastalcarolinaproperties.com

 

 

Sept. 27, 2016

River Lights Subdivision

River Lights community in Wilmington NC is the newest master planned community with residential and commercial mixed use in the area.  Real estate will start in the 200k's and will include a mix of single family homes as well as townhomes.  There will be upscale shopping, restaurants and entertainment as well as nice marina on the cape fear river.  For a list of homes for sale in River Lights please visit - River Lights Wilmington NC

Feb. 10, 2014

Wilmington Real Estate Sales 2013 - HOT

Great news for our new President of WRAR, Jody Waino, with her overview of sales in our area over the past year:

When analyzing ten major zip codes in our region – 28403, 28405, 28409, 28411, 28412, 28451, 28480, 28428, 28449, and 28443 – an average of the zip codes for year-end 2013 shows that:

  • Our average sales price has increased by 4.2% from year-end 2012.
  • Of the 4,643 sellers in 2013, 26.77% paid some sort of concession toward the purchase of the house.
  • Our list to sales price ratio for year-end is 96.41%, an increase from 95.26% for year-end 2012.
  • The average list price of the sold properties is $265,687 and is up 2.9% from year-end 2012.
  • The average number of days a property remained on the market for the year was 121 days, compared to 145 days for year-end 2012.
  • The median sold price of $205,000 for year-end has increased 5.1% from year-end 2012.

She provided an overview of each zip code, but I am including only 28405 in this blog as it received the most "best of" from the list of codes.  This area includes Landfall, Mayfaire, Parkside at MayfaireSnug Harbor, Tanbridge Park, and many more.  

Year-End 28405

  • The average selling price of $293,443 has increased 15.0% from year-end 2012 average selling price of $255,129. The best of all zip codes.
  • 23% of sellers in 2013 paid a concession compared to 28% for year-end 2012.
  • The average list price of $307,332 for 2013 has increased 13.0% from year-end 2012 average list price of $271,880. The best of all zip codes.
  • The average number of days a property remained on the market for 2013 was 141 days compared to 150 days for year-end 2012.
  • The median sold price of $185,000 for 2013 has increased 8.5% from year-end 2012.
  • Sold homes in 2013 received 95.48% of the asking price, an increase from 93.84% for year-end 2012.

I live in this area and will be happy to assist if you have any real estate or lifestyle questions. 

Email, text, or call me at your convenience.  808-224-8816

By Paul Coffman

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