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Wilmington Investment Opportunity

K is for Kyle. It means narrow or straight. I had a friend who was kyle in figure, but positive and upbeat. He bought my beat-up Pinto a long time ago, and was going to drive it to Wilmington, North Carolina. He sent me a postcard without a return address about a month after his departure, so I knew he and the Pinto has made it safely. Now I have an old beat-up Honda sitting in the front of my house that reminded me of my old beat-up Pinto and North Carolina. So out of curiosity, I looked up Wilmington NC real estate.

On the landing page, I found a quick search to plug-in some details. The search pulled up all listed properties from the website's data base as well as the Multiple Listing Search. I buzzed through the site for it was easy to navigate and well organized. I tried searching by city, MLS #, zip code to searching by subdivision, and then by map. And as a parent, I am always curious about the schools, and there it was, the link for NC schools is on the right side column.

North Carolina was featured in an investment magazine as one of the top 10 buyer’s market: Mississippi (1.3), Montana (1.3), Michigan (1.5), Nevada (1.5), Florida (1.6), Georgia (1.6), Hawaii (1.6), North Carolina (1.6), Illinois (1.7), and Maryland (1.7). I am amazed at what you can buy for under a million in Wilmington, NC. Even though, the number of home sales have not recovered, the demand for more rental units has increased. With the current interest rates, now is as good a time as ever for investment opportunities.

What if you didn’t have cemented sidewalk curbs to your property, but sandy beaches instead? Wake up with the views in the below pictures, beach front, and a whole lot of blues. Yet, another dream or investment goal for my list.



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19 comments :

  1. Definitely, I will look at men named Kyle in a new way now!

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  2. my mom's in Charlotte; maybe one day. I'll move south
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  3. I have ALWAYS wanted to see N.C., now you make it sound even more intriguing.

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  4. Just south of Wilmington lies a small town, Carolina Beach. That's where I'd love to retire. It's getting close to the time of year for a visit.

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  5. Wow..those sea gulls are quite close to people..I would love to spend the day on the beach. Ha..learning a new meaning on the Kyle word..

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  6. I live in Western NC a long way from the ocean but we try to go to the shore every few years. It takes about 6 hours or so to get there from here. Those seagulls get very brave, don't they.

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  7. Hmm interesting thing about the name Kyle.

    I definitely want beach! I wish the beach was even 30mins away or an hr.

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  8. A wonderful investment dream. I'm almost ashamed to say that I live exactly where I want to live and plan to stay put. Our family moved often when I was a child. In fact my parents and two older brothers immigrated from Lisse, Holland. Maybe that explains my need to stay settled. But that doesn't mean I don't like to visit and experience other locations--even dream about them. Thanks for the introduction to Welcome Wednesday. There are many wonderful blog sites out there. Wish I had time to visit them all.

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  9. It is hard to beat a warm and beautiful beach!

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  10. I am scared of those winged guys to be honest with you. I had a bad experience with them. They attacked my friend at the beach when they saw her sandwich. I was terrified of them since then.

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  11. @Elizabeth Mahlou I know what you mean. I was surprise to know that is what it means, I have a brother in law name Kyle and he is narrow and straight. haha.

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  12. @Roger Owen GreenI have heard so many things about NC. I just can't wait to visit one day.

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  13. @Cheryl Thanks, I will check it out too, since it was one of the featured areas on the site.

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  14. @MumsyThose seagulls are pests I think, they are not afraid of anything. Will come right up and snatch food from you.

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  15. @DonnieYes, they are! It may never come true, but I thought I was meant to live by the beach, or was it a dream again?

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  16. @JamericanSpice Me too, the beach is so amazing in the way it soothes my soul.

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  17. @Margaret Duarte I am ashamed to say, why can't I just be happy where I am? Why changes all the time? It's just me you know. It's terrible that I am constantly stirring.

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  18. @Tumblewords:Warm is good, very good. We don't have warm beaches, very cold, but we try to enjoy it anyways

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