BUY OR WAIT? Check The Answer That’s Right For You | Wilmington NC real estate

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There’s no right or wrong answer when you ask: “Is it the right time to buy a home?” For some, it’s a great time to buy—while for others, the answer is not as clear cut. There are lots of check marks that make buying favorable, but some unknowns as well. We’re here to help you sort out the right answer for you.

Today’s real estate market is affordable for many. Interest rates are still near historic lows, which means your money buys more home than it will when rates rise. With stable employment, a decent down payment and a good credit history, you’re likely to qualify for a mortgage.

The selection of homes available locally is improving because the overall economy has encouraged more owners to sell. Because of this, your odds of finding the right home for you are higher today. Also, homebuyers now have many financing options because lenders offer a variety of loan programs that allow buyers to choose their mortgage term and interest rate to ensure the loan is affordable today—and tomorrow.

Should you buy a home today?
There are many reasons why it might be a good time for you, personally, to buy real estate today. How many reasons can you check off?

☑ I need a tax break.
Paying mortgage interest and real estate taxes may provide you with a sizable deduction on your income taxes. Consult a financial professional to review your tax return and see the impact owning a home (or a larger home) could have on your tax bill.

☑ My household income is likely to grow.
Up for a raise in the not-too-distant future? In line for a promotion? If your career—or your partner’s career—is on an upward trajectory, your growing income will offset any increases in real estate taxes, insurance or interest rate down the road.

☑ I’m ready to put down some roots.
You may feel ready to sink deeper roots in one location and become more vested in our community. If you’re looking to call our area home for five years or more, it may make sense to buy a home or move up to a larger one.

☑ I have been saving for a rainy day.
If you’ve been stashing away money for a down payment for some time, consult a mortgage lender to determine how much home you can comfortably afford to buy (ask us for lender recommendations). Calculate if your savings cushion is enough to cover unexpected maintenance costs or other emergencies after the down payment is paid.

☑ I need a home that will grow with my family.
If the home you can afford today has enough bedrooms to accommodate future children, children who are returning home, elderly family members or a work-at-home situation, it may be the right time for you to buy.

☑ I’ll be receiving some money.
If you are receiving a large legal settlement or a family member has presented you or your partner with a sizable monetary gift or inheritance, you might be able to buy that home you’ve only dreamed of before now.

☑ I follow a budget.
With your finances in order and personal spending in check, you likely have a realistic budget to know how much you can safely spend on housing.

☑ My debt situation is under control.
If you had student loans and they’re nearly paid off, college-age kids that are close to graduation or credit card debt that is near a zero balance, it might be time for you to think about buying a home.

☑ I’m just ready.
If you’re ready to buy a home, it’s time to contact us. We can show you local homes that fit your finances and your family. We can work with you to determine which one meets your needs best. We look forward to hearing from you soon!

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NEGOTIATE: How To Buy The Home You Love At The Price You Want

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2Found the house of your dreams? Now the negotiations begin.

The agent you’re working with can guide you through the process of making a purchase offer. You’ll want to start by learning as much as you can about how much the property is worth.

Check the comparables

Your agent has up-to-the-minute price data at hand to help you analyze any comparable properties; just ask. Although every home is unique, here’s some of what makes a home “comparable” to the one you’re considering purchasing:

same neighborhood;
same age and condition;
same size lot;
same home style–equivalent living space, number of rooms and baths;
similar terms of sale.

Follow sales price trends

Ask about recent pricing trends in the neighborhood. Specifically, what has been the average difference between listing price and sales price for recent sales of comparable homes? What is the ratio of assessed tax value to market value?

Offer what you think the house is worth

Some asking prices have built-in padding, but others are already priced to sell. You could lose a well-priced home with a low-ball bid. Remember, a lower mortgage interest rate will allow you to borrow more and pay a higher price for a home without increasing your monthly payment.

Spell out the details

Consider getting a pre-purchase appraisal and home inspection. The appraisal will give an independent valuation of the house, and the inspection will help identify any potential problems you may have overlooked. Consider including a contingency making the contract subject to a satisfactory appraisal and inspection.

Evaluate contingencies

The contract can also be contingent upon an attorney’s review, previous home sale, and acceptable mortgage loan terms, etc. Contingencies are typically used to smooth acceptance of an offer without delaying the final decision. Too many contingencies, however, weaken your bargaining position.

Know what’s important to you

Prioritize the elements of the sale on paper (“must” and “want”) and decide where you have negotiating room–what you’ll give up or accept in exchange for a concession. Items frequently negotiated include adjustments for needed or requested repairs, what personal property stays and what goes with the seller, points and closing costs, and move-in date. Knowing exactly what you want and where you are willing to bargain is your most important negotiating tool.

Put everything in the first purchase offer

If the first offer is accepted it may be too late to add anything. Include a financial statement. Do all negotiating in writing with a deadline for a response, often 48 hours. You are free to cancel an offer until it is accepted by the seller. Require that your binder or deposit be held in an escrow account with the interest credited to you.

Be Patient

Negotiating could take several days. Be patient; you won’t want to rush into one of the most important purchases you’ll ever make.

We can help

If you’d like help finding your dream home, please call or e-mail us. We’ll help with your home search and will give you all the important information we can provide to help you make the right offer for the right home.

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Avoid Foreclosure – Don’t Lose Your Home If You Fall Behind On Mortgage Payments

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wilmington nc real estateIf you’re experiencing financial hard times and have missed a payment or two on your home, it doesn’t mean you’re headed to foreclosure—yet.

If you’re at the end of your financial rope, it’s time to take these steps, immediately, to rescue your home—and your credit:

1. Contact your lender. Lenders may allow a forebearance (reducing or suspending payments for a short period) and/or a reinstatement (accepting the total overdue amount owed in a lump sum). Make sure you clearly understand the repayment plan and adhere to it.

2. Request a modified mortgage plan. The term or interest rate may be permanently changed on your loan and/or past-due payments added to the mortgage balance.

3. Interest-free or low-interest loans. Investigate the availability of loans from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development or your loan insurance company to bring payments up to date.

4. Sell. Go ahead and get out of the home before it’s repossessed. Better to dump the mortgage and rent than to ruin your future credit.

5. Deed in lieu of foreclosure. As a last resort, give the property back to the lender. This move can only be made if none of the above work for you.

Let us know what we can do to help.  For more information please visit www.cbbaker.com and look in the seller section.  kaybakerassociates@ec.rr.com

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INVEST YOUR RENT: Why Pay Your Landlord’s Mortgage?

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The only one who benefits from a rent check is the landlord. Renters never see that money again, while homeowners usually profit when they sell. In addition, renters can’t use any of their rent payment as a tax deduction, like homeowners can. If you or someone you know is renting, it’s time to put that rent check to better use!e mortgage-interest deduction is probably the best financial argument for buying rather than renting. Consider this example:If you can afford a mortgage payment of $1,000 (principal and interest only), you can buy a house for $151,426 if you put 10% down on a 30-year mortgage at 8% interest ( current rate for great credit is 4%) . If your payments started in January, you would pay $10,862 in interest for the first year in the home. That entire amount is deductible on your federal income tax return! Assuming you are in the 27.5% tax bracket, you would save $2,989 in taxes, or $249 per month. So your $1,000 payment is really only $751 when you factor in the homeowner’s tax advantage.

Can A Renter Really Afford To Buy?

shells5The real question is whether renters can afford not to buy. The tax savings alone make the purchase of a home a wise financial decision. But let’s go a step further.

Using the same example, a 10% down payment would create an immediate equity of $15,142. Assuming the $151,426 house grows in value by just 3% a year, in five years it would be worth $175,544. The original loan amount would then be down to $129,565, yielding an equity of $45,980. In addition, remember the nearly $3,000 tax savings every year. The total value of your equity and tax savings would be almost $61,000 after five years.

Pick A Loan

To take advantage of the financial benefits of homeownership, renters must first find out how much buying power they have. We can help. Call us for information about the whole range of mortgage options now available, including low- and no-down-payment loans, and programs that allow buyers wrap home-improvement costs and closing costs into the mortgage.

Plan Ahead

Although some lenders allow buyers to use up to 41% of monthly income to purchase a house, beware of becoming “house rich and cash poor.” Be sure to budget for homeownership costs beyond the mortgage, including expenses for:

moving
decorating and furnishing
homeowners insurance
property taxes
homeowners association fees (if any)
utilities-power, water, sewer, cable, trash pick-up
yard tools, supplies and general upkeep
home repairs, supplies, cleaning and upgrades.

Today, homeownership is a wonderful dream-come-true for more people than ever before. Let us help turn those dreams into a home to be proud of.

Check out www.cbbaker.com for more information and helpful tips.  kaybakerassociates@ec.rr.com

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How To Jazz Up Your Home To Sell | Wilmington NC Real Estate

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1If you’re looking to sell your home, want to buy a new one or just moved into your home, take some tips from the interior designer pros to make sure your home gives off a colorful, but inviting vibe:

ACCENT COLOR Don’t paint a room in your favorite vibrant hue. Instead, buy accessories in your fave color and place them around a neutrally painted room. Eyes will travel around the room from each pop of color.

TIE ROOMS TOGETHER Using bursts of color in other rooms in the same manner will tie rooms together and give them a unified overall look. Choose different accessories to exude color for variety and interest.

NEUTRAL BASE Choose neutral colors for the walls and trim of each room, allowing you to easily change the color pops as your budget allows and color whims evolve.

LAYER COLORS If you chose bright blue accent pieces, throw in other shades of blue—both lighter and darker—to carry the hue through the room.

Tour other homes for sale, even new model homes, to get design inspiration on how best to stage your home for sale.

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GOLF COMMUNITIES WILMINGTON NC REAL ESTATE

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GOLF COMMUNITIES WILMINGTON NC REAL ESTATE

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With our mild climate, you will truly enjoy year round golfing at the many golf courses throughout the Cape Fear Region . Whatever your handicap, there are more than twenty courses in and around Wilmington that are a pleasure to walk. Some of the courses were designed by some of golf’s greatest names including Jack Nicklaus, Tom Fazio, Fred Couples and P.B. Dye, among others. Some of the Wilmington courses are listed below.

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  • Wilmington Municipal Golf Course 311 S Wallace Ave. 791-0558

Please feel free to contact us with any questions or requests about golf homes for sale or golf course real estate in Wilmington, NC, or any location in the Cape Fear Region. We have lived here all our lives and can help match a neighborhood with a home and schools. We know where the best shopping is and all the main attractions. If you are looking for a second home or investment property in Wilmington, NC, there are still real deals in the great coastal area, but you will need a real estate expert to help you. We are experienced real estate professional’s who has decades of home buying and selling experience in golf properties in Wilmington, NC area.

Kay Baker Associates has the knowledge and experience to assist you in the purchase of your dream home in a golf course community.

Contact us today  in Wilmington, NC, at 1-800-497-7325 Ex. 3607 or kaybakerassociates@ec.rr.com

Please click any of these golf course neighborhoods for the latest detailed information on Wilmington golf homes for sale.

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What is the single most important rule in looking for a home?

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shells5While many important details must be considered in choosing your first home – style, size, price, location – one thing is certain: if you will be moving again in a few years, be sure you buy with selling in mind. Chances are, the items that make your new home a comfortable fit for you will also attract buyers later on.

Some special considerations for the first-time homeowner who has resale in mind:

Watch for growth potential

Look for an established neighborhood that will be enhanced by future growth but not inconvenienced by it.

Look out for resale value

Seek a prime neighborhood where homes sell well in any market.

Check out location

Consider availability of all aspects of transportation; even those you may not use.

Research Area Schools

Check for quality public schools, whether or not you have school-age children.

Go for the green

Look carefully at the lot for trees and greenery to buffer winter winds or summer heat.

Make room for visitors

See if ample guest parking is available for you and your neighbors.

Ponder privacy issues

Consider how much privacy the home and lot provide.

Drive the commute before you buy

Check morning and afternoon drive time to work, schools, shopping, churches.

Let us know how we can help you. kaybakerassociates@ec.rr.com

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MOVE UP: 4 Smart Strategies For Purchasing Your Next Home

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If you’ve decided it’s time to move up to a bigger home, a better home or a home in a more coveted area, your next challenge will be getting there financially. It’s likely you’ll need more cash, a larger income and, perhaps, better credit than you had when you purchased your current home. Putting all the pieces in place for the move up could take some time and detailed planning.

water1. Credit Clean-Up

Although your credit rating may have been sterling as a first-time home buyer, years of credit-card and utility accounts, car payments and consumer loans may have scuffed up that financial image a bit. Late or missed payments have a negative effect on your credit profile, as do large, long-term balances on your accounts. Your credit score, a rating system many lenders use to evaluate your financial situation, may prevent you from borrowing as much as you’d like for your next home or getting the lowest interest rate currently available.

The wise move-up buyer will take stock of his or her credit standing and debt status well before attempting the next home purchase. You may need some time to reduce your debt, catch up on any delinquent accounts, remove inaccuracies and blemishes from credit reports and make other adjustments to increase your credit score.

2. Loan Shopping

A quick way to sift through these issues is to contact a lender who can pull a credit report to see if there are any glaring spots on your record. If nothing needs immediate attention, you can continue on with a complete application, providing the financial information needed for loan pre-approval. The loan officer will determine the maximum loan amount you qualify for based on your income and debt profile.

You may want to shop around at this point, comparing loan programs and interest rates. Consider how well your current loan has worked for you and remember that rates aren’t everything. The lowest rate may be accompanied by high points. If so, you’ll have to keep the mortgage long enough to justify paying the steep up-front cost of the loan.

Consider whether a non-traditional mortgage program could meet your needs. An adjustable-rate mortgage may be a good choice if it looks as though interest rates will be falling. A 40-year mortgage might reduce the monthly payment enough so you qualify for a larger loan.

3. Collecting Cash

An important factor in the equation that determines your buying power will be how much cash you have for a down payment and closing costs. The best mortgage interest rates are available to buyers with down payments of 20% or more. If you make a smaller down payment, you may have to take a higher interest rate or pay for private mortgage insurance, both of which will reduce your buying power.

Unless you’re a prodigious saver, chances are the equity you have in your current home will provide the largest source of cash for your next home purchase. Equity, of course, is the difference between the market value of the home and the balance on any mortgages secured by the home.

We would be happy to conduct a comparative analysis of your home to determine the right sales price — at no obligation to you, of course. By determining the value of your home and subtracting out selling costs (paying off the old mortgage, marketing fees and settlement expenses), you’ll have the basis for a down payment on your move-up property.

4. Fine Tuning

After taking stock of your financial situation, you may find it necessary to delay your move in order to get the type of home you’ve targeted. Perhaps you need to save more cash for down payment and settlement costs. You may need to pay down outstanding debts to improve your credit score and qualify for a larger mortgage or a lower interest rate. Remember, it’s likely your home’s value and your equity in it will continue to grow as you get yourself in a position to move up successfully. Search all Wilmington NC real estate on www.cbbaker.com

 

 

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Great City of Wilmington NC | State of The City 2014

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State of The City Address Wilmington NC 2014

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Mayor Bill Saffo:

State of City
January 27, 2014
City of Wilmington

Good evening.  On behalf of the Wilmington City Council, I come before you tonight to
report on the state of our city.

I want to thank all of you for being here tonight, and those who are watching at home
on TV.

I know that the entire Council joins me in thanking our families for their patience,
support and sacrifice as we serve our community.

This Council would also like to thank City Manager Sterling Cheatham, his leadership
team, and the 1,000 employees of the City of Wilmington for their hard work and
dedication this past year.

The accomplishments we will talk about tonight could not have happened without
them, or the many volunteers who worked together to fulfill the goals and objectives of
this Council.

Again this year I am proud to report that we have:

 A balanced budget
 A double A+ bond rating
 And $29.2 million in our savings account.

Along with maintaining a balanced budget, the city has also completed a number of
projects this year.

We have continued to focus on what our citizens have told us is their number one
priority – street paving and repair.

In 2012, this Council made a commitment  Read more here…..

http://www.WilmingtonNC-realestate.com

 

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Make yourself a little fun Wilmington NC

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 TGIF Scoop

    presented by Baker Wayne & Associates

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       Hello, Welcome to the Scoop.

 

The Wilma Expo
December 7
11:00 – 5:00 PM
Special Event for Women

Vendors, Prizes, Food
Wilmington Convention Center



Island of Lights Festival: Christmas Parade

December 6   7:30 PM
Carolina Beach

http://www.islandoflights.org


Light & Train Spectacular
Fri – Sat,
6:30pm – 8:00pm
Wilmington Railroad Museum


Fundraiser – 8th Annual Fur Ball

December 7, 2013
6:30 PM

Country Club of Landfall
www.countrycluboflandfall.com/home.htm

PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE.


 Holiday Open House
December 6 – 7
10:00 – 4:00 PM
Music, refreshments, Ability Garden Gifts.
Good Shepherd Center will collect food

New Hanover County Arboretum
FREE


Beer Army

Craft Brewery

Fermental

http://www.fermental.net/

Live music by Mike Blair & the Stonewalls, and the Catch Restaurant Food Truck. Saturday Dec. 7   3-6pm.


Fundraiser – Jingle Ball

December 7, 2013
6:00 PM
The Imitations

Food, Drink, Music

$100.00
Friends of the New Hanover County Arboretum


 Dinner Theater: A Christmas Carol
Friday and Saturday

7:00 PM Doors open at 6:00 PM

TheatreNOW
http://theatrewilmington.com/home.html


The Nutcracker Ballet

Friday 7:00 pm

Saturday 10:00 am

http://www.thalianhall.org/


Festival of Trees: Party in the Pines

November 22  – Dec 8
http://capefearfestivaloftrees.org/schedule.html
Cameron Art Museum

 PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE.


Popular Grove Plantation

Christmas Open House

Arts, Crafts, Demonstrations

FREE 11:00 – 4:00 PM


11th Annual Holiday Parade
December 8    5:40 PM
Downtown Wilmington (North Front and Walnut)


 

Friday and Sat 7:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday 3:00 PM

Historic Hannah Block USO Building

Tickets – (910) 341-7860.


  

Riverfront Farmers’ Market
Saturdays   8:00 – 1:00 PM


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GET MOVING!

 Wrightsville Beach Loop – 2.45 miles


Gary Shell Cross-City Trail Autumn Hall trail finished!

Awesome – You need to Check it out

www.crosscitytrail.com

~!

 Halyburton Park

1.3 mile handicap accessible walking/bike  trail

~

Run around the Smith Creek Park Lake

1.5 miles

or go kayaking and fishing

Gordon Rd. to Harris Rd. . Park on left.


 

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Visit Dowtown Wilmington

http://www.wilmingtondowntown.com/visit


TGIF Wine Tasting

Dec 6  6:00  – 8:00 PM

Taste The Olive
www.TastetheOlive.com
Free


Feel the need to help?

If there is a non-profit you like, we would be happy to put it in the scoop.

Step Up For Soldiers

www.stepupforsoldiers.org/

 

 The Food Bank needs your donations during the holidays

www.foodbankcenc.org

The Miracle Network

http://www.miracleleaguewilm.org/donation

Wilmington Gives Back

Donate your time

www.wilmingtongivesback.org/

 


  

      Wilmington NC  Night Spots

 Friday December 6

Jacob Stockton – Sweet and Savory Cafe

Beach Billy Bros. – SeaWitch CB

Overtyme- Holiday Inn Resort WB

Saturday December 7

L Shaped Lot – Reel Cafe

Kyle Lindley – Duck and Dive

the Cut – SeaWitch


Sunday December 8

Jazz Jam with Benny Hill – Rusty Nail


La Crab Deviled Eggs

 4 ounces lump crabmeat
1/2 stick celery, finely chopped
2 tablespoons mascarpone cheese, at room temperature
1 tablespoon mayonnaise
1 tablespoon sour cream
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
3 tablespoons chopped fresh chives
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
6 hard boiled eggs, peeled, halved, and yolks removed

Directions

In a medium mixing bowl combine the crabmeat, celery, mascarpone cheese, mayonnaise, sour cream, Dijon mustard, lemon juice, and chives. Season, to taste, with salt and pepper. Spoon the crab mixture into the egg halves.

Transfer the filled eggs to a platter and serve.



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802 Trace Drive –

Under Construction

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 The Townes at Carleton

 FROM 179,000 –

Call Robin Jones – On Site Agent

910-619-0491

 details at www.thetownesatcarleton.com


 Thinking of Selling?

To find out what your home is really worth…..

visit www.housevalueswilmington.com

Find your dream home at a price

you can afford.

www.dreamhomesofwilmington.com

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Free list of homes with pictures delivered to your email.

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HAMPSTEAD, NC 28443

Schools, Fundraiser’s , Sports, Parties, Daycares, Workplace

Give us a call!


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Awesome Food and People

Keith and Angela Rhodes

http://catchwilmington.com/ 


Get out and dance!  Great fun lessons by Verna

Ballroom – Latin – Swing – Waltz – Cha Cha

Rumba – Salsa – Tango – Shag/Swing

www.BallroomDanceSpotNC.com

910-799-2001


Need Automobile Work?

Trust Labriola’s Automotive

UTI Trained, Foreign, Domestic, A/C Testing & Repair

Diagnostics, Electronic Troubleshooting, Engine De-Carbon Service, Major or Minor Repair.

Owner: Brent Labriola  910-297-2590  brent@capefearauto.com

6506 Market St. Wilmington NC 28405


Great Family Skate Center

http://www.skatejellybeans.net/


  

910-508-6100 or podsenc@gmail.com

Call Blaine Daniel for quotes and possible discounts


Ever wish you had a PERSONAL ASSISTANT
— someone you could call on to accomplish
the day-to-day tasks and time consuming errands
that leave time for little else?

Well, now you have help..

Call Mary Cook Task Manager

801-455- 1721


  SEA SALT BAKERY

Longtime Wilmington Chef David Herring has opened a new bakery in Hampstead called “Sea Salt”  Wonderful muffins and baked goods and  ‘SOUPS’ !

(910) 270-1407
17011 US Highway 17 N
Hampstead, NC 28443


Stress Free Dog Grooming

http://www.dogslifesalon.com/


Do you own a Historic House? In need of renovation?

Call David Thomas – Historic Specialist

910-520-0581

http://www.dptconstruction.com/


Brave battle fought Kimberly.  We will miss you.


 Have a great weekend!

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