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NBC News just released some very interesting news about the US Housing market. NBC News reports, “The U.S. homeownership rate fell to 63.4 percent in the second quarter of 2015, according to the U.S. Census. That is down from 63.7 percent in the first quarter and from 64.7 percent in the same quarter of 2014. It marks the lowest homeownership rate since 1967.”
So the homeowner rate is the lowest in almost 50 years. How does that affect...
The NC Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores is fun, fascinating and a must see when visiting the Crystal Coast. TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel web site rated the NC Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores as the best aquarium in the state of North Carolina and placed it 12th over-all for the entire United States!
Located just 5 miles west of Atlantic Beach off of HWY. 58, the NC Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores features Sand tiger sharks, river otters, white loggerhead sea turtle, stingrays, jellyfish, sea...
Cape Lookout National Seashore consists of 56 miles of undeveloped beach stretched over 3 to 4 barrier islands from Ocracoke Inlet on the northeast to Beaufort Inlet on the southeast. One of the star attractions to this area is the Cape Lookout Lighthouse.
The Cape Lookout Lighthouse is actually the second lighthouse standing in the same location for almost 150 years.
Cape Lookout Lighthouse
The ﬁrst Cape Lookout Lighthouse was built in 1812. It was a brick tower but the outside was covered in wood. The wood was...
Atlantic Beach sits on the eastern end of an island called Bogue Banks. The Atlantic Ocean is to the south of Atlantic Beach. Beaufort Inlet is on its eastern end and Bogue Sound and Morehead City are behind it to the north. The western end of Bogue Banks travels down to Pine Knoll Shores, Indian Beach, Salter Path and Emerald Isle.
It encompasses 2.6 total square miles. Total year round population is 1,687 but swells by 20 times that amount and more during the summer and...
Carteret County is more commonly referred to as the Crystal Coast due to its crystal clear waters and pristine beaches. In recent years it has taken on the moniker of the Southern Outer Banks or SOBX.
Size and Geography
Carteret County covers 506 square miles. There are over 90 miles of ocean front beaches, most of which are on uninhabited barrier islands.
“The Crystal Coast is blessed with warm, clear waters due to the Gulf Stream gently caressing the coast. The east and west orientation of the beaches...
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?
There are two questions a home seller asks when sitting down with a listing agent. First is, “How much can I get for me home?” and secondly, “How long will it take to sell it?”. These are great questions, logical questions and are the determining factors for whether to list or not and what marketing strategy to employ. To give everyone along the Crystal Coast a sense of “how much” and “how long” it takes to sell a residential property we’ve highlighted the activity of some of the….