Judy was able to listen to our desires and take us to the exact type of properties that we loved. She also kept us up to date on other properties we would be interested in. I have recommended Judy to a few people and they have liked their experience as wellFran FolzJudy Carlton is an expert in the area in which she serves especially Topsail Island and its surrounding communities. I have purchased two homes from her that based upon her professional advice have become excellent investment properties and one of which is truly my dream home and will become my retirement home in the very near future. She is honest, works hard and follows through quickly on everything she promises.Nancy BoltsJudy was an excellent realtor. She consistently updates you of new properties in your price range. Judy went over and beyond to make sure you were well informed and always kept in touch with you. Her dedication to her profession is what impressed me the most. She is a personable, hard working, efficient realtor who is tireless in her effort to find you the right place at the beach!Lisa Key BrownJudy went over and beyond the duties of a real estate agent, even saved me over 1700 dollars on insurance. I used to think agents were over paid, but Judy changed my mind, and put 100% towards making the process of buying our water front dream home a breeze. She is not just my agent, but a friend.DaleJudy is why we own waterfront property. When we got discouraged and would have quit looking she persisted until she found the perfrect place at our price. She was a joy to work with, persistent but not pushy. She earned her commission several times over. we couldn't be more pleased.Dale DenningJudy Carlton provided excellent and highly professional representation as my realtor. I have referred her to someone else and will continue to do so as the opportunity arises.Karl Priest
Answers (2)Displaying: 2 Most Recent AnswersAnswered: Nov 5, 2010In answer to: What utility companies would I use?Jones Onslow electric, Onslow water or ONWASA, and sewer would be Pluris on Hwy 210 just past food lionAnswered: Jun 28, 2010I agree this matter is VERY disheartening. Now is a great time to buy coastal because of the drop in prices and foreclosure deals. I believe some of this will end up on our beaches but probably not enough to be alarmed. Of course we never know what might happen, if we did, we would have the world by its tail. I am saddened for the sea life and birds. Just pray this gets cleaned up and all is back to normal. I would buy that property and use it all I could. The opportunities now are allowing families to own a piece of paradise, where they never could before. Let me know if this helps, good luck to you.
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New on Our BlogThe 8 Most Popular Hipster Cities Where Young People Are Calling Home Bobbie Preston It’s Hip to Be Where? Hipsterism is an odd cultural phenomenon, in that one of the prerequisites for membership in the club is to vehemently deny said membership. So, how can you find out which cities are the most “hipster?” You can’t conduct a hipster survey, as legit hipsters would never deign to participate in such a thing. Instead, you have to comb the data for telltale signs of hipsterdom: things like a young, college educated populace; robust arts and music scenes; and a high per-capita concentration of independent coffee shops, yoga studios, record stores, microbreweries, and farmer’s markets. It’s also a good idea to find out where recent college grads are planning on moving. So which cities in the country are known for being the hippest? Seattle, Washington Seattle has been hipster since hipster was grunge. OK, you could argue that the two are not the same thing, and you’d be right, but there’s definitely more than a little ‘90s influence in the average hipster ensemble. Seattle has it all: great coffee, a youthful and highly educated populace, an inspired culinary scene, and an artistic community that’s been keeping it weird since 1985. Denver, Colorado On the surface, Denver doesn’t look like a hipster enclave. But check out neighborhoods like LoHi, South Broadway, and River North, and you’ll get the picture pretty quickly. There are plenty of cool little enclaves in the Mile High City, not to mention legal marijuana, left-of-center politics, and facial hair… lots of it. Austin, Texas Austin, Texas is home to the annual SXSW festival, one of the coolest music, film, and interactive extravaganzas in the country. There are more quirky food trucks than you can shake a stick at, and perhaps more importantly, it seems like everyone in Austin is some type of artist. Don’t be surprised if you hear things like “Well, I’m a doctor, but that’s just my day job. I’m really more of a collage artist.” Asheville, North Carolina Like Seattle, Asheville is a place with hipster street cred that dates back to the mid ‘80s. It’s full of independent bookshops, vintage clothiers, and brewpubs. It’s not trying to be cool; it just is cool. Asheville seems a bit like Austin’s little brother, smaller but less self-conscious. Oakland, California We all know San Francisco is cool – it was basically the birthplace of the whole counterculture movement. It’s also become one of the most expensive places to live, which is why savvy hipsters have been relocating to Oakland now for years. What’s not to like? Oakland has some of the best farm-to-fork food in the country, and there are plenty of art galleries, live music venues, and old-fashioned barbershops. It’s kind of like the Brooklyn of the West. Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon has long been known as a hipster enclave, but it’s really blown up over the past ten years. Some locals say that’s not necessarily a good thing, as formerly affordable blue-collar neighborhoods are razed to make way for high-rent condos every week, it seems. [...] The post The 8 Most Popular Hipster Cities Where Young People Are Calling Home appeared first on Homes.com.
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