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Crystal Coast January Real Estate Market Report

To sum it all up in two short words, the real estate market in Carteret County along the Crystal Coast of North Carolina is “very good”. Where the numbers are supposed to be high, they are. Where the numbers are supposed to be low, they are too. All in all this market place which has suffered from a glut of inventory for a decade has righted itself to resemble a more normal, stable market.

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3 to 5 Year Projections For The Crystal Coast Real Estate Marketplace

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?

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Crystal Coast Real Estate Market Report

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….

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Crystal Coast Home and Mortgage Report

Local conditions affect price. National conditions affect financing. There have been a lot of changes nationally that affect the sale of real estate locally . Let’s take a look at what they are. The National Association of Home Builders report that as of September, “291 metropolitan areas across the country now qualify as improving housing markets”. This is determined by looking at local employment, new construction permits issued and home appreciation rate. 80 percent of the designated…

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Homeowner Insurance Rates to Increase

Homeowner Insurance Rates. On March 5, 2013 Wayne Goodwin, North Carolina Insurance Commissioner signed an agreement with insurance companies allowing a statewide rate increase of homeowner insurance of on average 7 percent. The actual rates vary tremendously according to individual territories within the state. The North Carolina Rate Bureau, which represents the insurance companies, had requested an overall statewide….

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