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Monthly Archives: June 2019

    Proper Etiquette for the American Flag

    By Admin | June 27, 2019

    Display the Flag the Right Way Don’t hang your flag backwards, upside down, or in an inappropriate fashion. If you’re hanging your flag vertically (like from a window or against a wall), the Union portion with the stars should go on the observer’s left. Never dip the flag to anyone or anything.   Avoid Letting it... Read More

    Reasons to Sell this Summer

    By Admin | June 25, 2019

    Demand is Strong   Buyer demand remains strong throughout the vast majority of the country. Buyers are ready, willing and able to purchase and are in the market to buy right now. Often, multiple buyers are competing with each other for the same home.  Take advantage of the buyer activity currently in the market.  ... Read More

    Realtor.com’s 2019 Most Affordable Beach Towns

    By Admin | June 20, 2019

      Every year, the team at realtor.com searches the United States for the most affordable beach towns. To find America’s most affordable beach towns, realtor.com located the country’s biggest metropolitan areas with the highest share of listings with keywords such as “beach,” “beachfront,” and “ocean.” Then they made sure these areas had lots of fun... Read More

    How to Clean & Maintain Your Countertops

    By Admin | June 17, 2019

      There are lots of different materials when it comes to countertops – marble, granite, soapstone, wood, quartz – each with its own set of maintenance needs. To keep any surface looking like new, you’ll want to avoid scratching it and exposing it to heat. Beyond that, here are some expert tips for maintaining any... Read More

    May Top Agents

    By Admin | June 17, 2019

    CENTURY 21 Sweyer & Associates is proud to announce and would like to congratulate their Top Agents for the month of May: In the Landfall Office: Top Producers were Peter Sweyer, Kelly Willis, and Robert Quinn Top Selling Agents were Jeff Lesley, Peter Sweyer, and Leigh Saunders Top Listing Agents were Jeff Lesley, Peter Sweyer,... Read More

    Tips for Selling Your Home Fast

    By Admin | June 11, 2019

      Whether you are selling in a buyer’s or seller’s market, the basics of how to sell your house don’t change. By using these easy tips, you can expect an offer in no time.   Start with a great real estate agent They will serve as the main point for contact for both you and... Read More

    Publix Coming to Carolina Beach

    By Admin | June 11, 2019

      Publix grocery store is coming to Carolina Beach, the grand opening set for Wednesday, June 26th. The new store will open at 7am at Publix Commons at Federal Point, located at 1018 Lake Park Boulevard. The store itself will be more than 50,000 sq.ft. (making it the largest Public store yet to open in... Read More

    Father’s Day Activities

    By Admin | June 10, 2019

      There are lots of ways to celebrate Father’s Day, but some of the best ways are spending time together. Try one of these activities to bring you and your dad closer.   Go to a Brewery – sample craft beers and find a new favorite Get out on the Water – Go fishing, rent... Read More

    Want to save on your monthly mortgage payments? Or looking to purchase? Good News on interest rates!

    By Shirley J. Morrison | June 8, 2019

    After five weeks of declines, mortgage rates are at their lowest levels in 16 months which might lead to increased savings for potential buyers. Buyers who buy at historical low rates can potentially save thousands of dollars on their home loan. Also, while new purchases may be very enticing and lead to huge savings, people... Read More

    June Events

    By Admin | June 5, 2019

    New Hanover County June 14-16 Shakespeare on the Green 8pm Free Greenfield Lake Amphitheater 1941 Amphitheater Dr, Wilmington, NC 910.399.2878 www.greenfieldlakeamphitheater.com Cape Fear Shakespeare presents “Love’s Labour’s Lost” at Greenfield Lake. One of the Bard’s earliest comedies, the play follows the King of Navarre and his three lords (Berowne, Longaville, and Dumaine), who swear an... Read More