Tag Archives: waterfront properties

Home and Land Sales. Things You Need To Know

Over the past month, a total of 1,439 single family homes were on the market for sale along the Crystal Coast (Carteret County). Of those homes, 116 of them were sold. These sold homes averaged 135 days on market. By the way, 135 days or roughly 4 months is a quick turnaround time for selling a home. So why did 19 percent of the available homes sell while 81 percent of the other properties sat? Assuming all marketing efforts were equal, then it boils down to...
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June Crystal Coast Real Estate Report

We’ve got to spread the good news! Mortgage rates have nose-dived and are at near historic low levels. The opportunity is now to get interest rates that may not be seen again. Residential property inventory in some of the prime locations along the Crystal Coast are at supply levels not seen in 10 years that make sales conducive for both the seller and buyer. Mortgage Rates In terms of buying a home and getting a 30 year fixed mortgage, now is almost a once in a lifetime...
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Carteret County Public Boat Ramps

The Crystal Coast of North Carolina is blessed to have one of the cleanest and most productive waterways you can find anywhere. As a result there are nine public boat ramps with parking of various sizes scattered all throughout Carteret County that are run and maintained by the NC Wildlife Resources Commission. They can be found in Cedar Island, Salter’s Creek, Cedar Point, Emerald Isle, Newport, Morehead City and Beaufort. All of these boat ramps are free and open to the public. This list does...

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Mortgage Interest Rates On 5 Week Rise

Mortgage interest rates are on the rise. For five consecutive weeks 30 year fixed mortgage interest rates have gone up and it has caused a panic in both the lending and housing markets. The weekly rise has averaged 10 points bringing interest rates that were around 3.50 percent to currently tipping over the 4 percent mark. Applications for home loans have spiraled down. Why the rapid increase in historically low mortgage…

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