Carolina Plantations Real Estate Blog

Relocating or retiring to the coast of North Carolina?

We are feeling the excitement around our office! Why is that you ask? Well simply because we are seeing more activity than last year's levels. Buyers understand now is the time to buy. The Tax Credit is still available as long as contracts are executed by April 30th and closed by June 30th 2010. That means more money on your side and coupled with the high inventory available, you have the pick of the litter! 

Relocating to Brunswick County, North Carolina continues to be a very popular decision for many people. Especially ones who are tired of the dreary cold and high taxes! Brunswick County has the 3rd lowest tax rate of all the counties in North Carolina, and couple that with the tax credit, inventory of homes available, and sellers willing to offer incentives and help with closing costs, the beach is more affordable than it has been in a long time!

We are lucky in that we experience a mild and temperate climate all year round, and our location doesn't hurt either. Brunswick County is centrally located between Wilmington, NC and Myrtle Beach, SC. So it is only a short drive to fulfill any of your entertainment, attractions or shopping needs!

Many clients are penciling in their calendars to take a look at Brunswick County for retirement options or to relocate away from the cold and take advantage of the lifestyle that only living at the coast can offer. If you don't want to miss the boat and have been considering making a move to North Carolina, pick up the phone and call our office at (910) 575-0075 and let us help you secure that home of your dreams!

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I enjoyed reading your article and wish we didn't have so much snow up here. I'm retiring soon and am thinking about relocating to the coast, I just haven't decided between South Carolina and North Carolina. I've never been to Brunswick County before and am interested to see what types of real estate deals it may have to offer.
# Posted By NoMoSno | 2/11/10 4:38 PM