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Real Estate business at an all-time high in New Hanover County

Businesses across the Cape Fear have been hit hard by the coronavirus, but it doesn't seem to have impacted the real estate industry. Many of the local realty groups are reporting an all-time high in sales over the past four months.

New NC campaign spending rule ends practice Berger used

North Carolina legislators can no longer spend campaign committee dollars toward buying or renting homes or condos that they or family members own.

Cape Fear seeing real estate boom, experts say homes selling quickly

A side effect of the coronavirus pandemic has been more people making more life-changing decisions like buying and selling their home. 

Coronavirus pummels commercial real estate, could end long boom

Many businesses devastated by the coronavirus pandemic are expected to abandon offices and storefronts.

Local real estate market sees ‘bump in the road’ as coronavirus takes toll on communities

The local real estate market is not immune to the coronavirus' effects, as many people are losing their jobs or taking hits in the stock market due to the outbreak.

Property values on the rise in the Cape Fear region

'The real estate market is looking very promising through the end of 2019 and into early next year. Interest rates are still low, inventory...

Landfall home known as ‘Three Bridges’ listed at $4.4 million

An estate on Ocean Ridge Drive in Landall is now on the market and its list price it the most expensive new listing to debut in September.

Cape Fear realtors tour upside of lower performing schools

New Hanover County School leaders tried a first-person approach today to get out good news about some of the district's lower performing schools.

‘Golf is no longer viable’: North Myrtle Beach talks about building homes on golf courses

Thursday afternoon, developers shared plans in North Myrtle Beach to cover the Possum Trot Golf Course with new houses.

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$215M in BP oil spill money to restore Louisiana marshes

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Walmart looks to airports as inspiration of new store layout

Walmart says it was working on a new store layout a year ago, but the pandemic accelerated those efforts as customers are increasingly focused on contactless shopping amid safety concerns.