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The near and long range prospects for the Crystal Coast real estate market looks very promising. Several key indicators both in the real estate and the mortgage sectors show either recovery or long term recovery solutions in play to what has been a horribly depressed and glutted market place. is the 6-7 years of real estate “funk’ finally over with?
The Crystal Coast of North Carolina has always had a very unique and diverse real estate market. It is a market within itself with no other area that can compare to it. Find out what is trending and what surprising results have shown during the month of April. Some interesting things are happening with active listings. 17 percent of all listings in April were new on market properties, making 1 in 5 properties first timers.
We have to start off the report about jumping mullet. We are right on the cusp of the great jumping mullet migration. The first strong and cool northerly wind we have known as a “mullet blow” will bring out literally millions and millions of jumping mullet from the sounds and backwaters through the inlets into the surf and inshore locations.
Crystal Coast fishing has been hot under some rather cool weather conditions. Air temperatures along the beaches have barley slipped past the 80 degree mark. Water temperatures have remained just under that mark at around 78 degrees. These cooler conditions have kept the hot, stifling dog days of summer at bay and have allowed a variety of great fish catches to continue.
Property tax questions and answers. No matter where you live, if you own property then you are going to pay some type of tax. Carteret County and the cities and municipalities of the Crystal Coast are no different than anywhere else. Depending on where you live you may have taxes that include not only county tax but city, fire, rescue, solid waste, water, beachfront and others. Have you ever wondered how the value of your property is…
DRY-OUT AHEAD! Today will steadily improve and the WEEKEND will be warm and sunny! Fishing was picking up pretty steadily until yesterday, when there were only a few Sea Mullet and Hogfish brought up.
Congratulations to PERRY GAINEY (Jacksonville, NC)–2 lb. 13 oz. POMPANO. DEBRA TYNDALL (New Bern, NC)–3 lb. 8 oz. BLACK DRUM…