Whether it's your first time or your last, your family's sanctuary or simply an investment, large or small... buying and selling your home is a huge experience!
As a career that we have dedicated so much to, we know the amount of work that is involved in preparing your home. We know the pressure and anxiety involved in the process. We know the negotiating that needs to take place to protect your best interests and your rights. We know the emotions that come along with diving into something you love so mu... read more
Christmas has come and gone, the holiday rush has subsided, your guests have returned to their homes and it's time to start thinking about how you're going to ring in the New Year!
Holiday parties, cocktails and celebrating with friends, family and maybe even some strangers is soon to come, and nothing says "Happy New Year" like a glass of champagne or a festive cocktail!
As you begin gearing up for your New Year's Eve parties, we're going to honor our Top 10 Favorite In-Home Bar Areas (w... read more
Posted by Bailey Gordon on December 21, 2016 in
Christmas is almost here and in celebration of the holidays, it seemed appropriate to share this "12 Days of Christmas"Rendition in regards to Real Estate!
Written by Lynn Pineda (a Southeastern Florida Real Estate Agent) this fun new take on the "12 Days of Christmas"replaces classic lyrics with a new version based on what you get from hiring an agent!
So warm up your singing voice and sing along to the original tune, but with a new twist for the seller!
12... read more
Sometimes Coastal holiday decorating can be tricky.
Living on the coast is a lifestyle... one that screams casual luxury, with cool, tranquil colors and inspirations from the sea and sand, but if you're not careful your coastal holiday can go from chic to shabby quicker than an oyster can steam.
Since your decor begins on your doorstep, we're going to show you some great Holiday wreaths that represent a coastal lifestyle without going overboard!
1. The Simple Starfish
2. The Pretty Palm Frond
3.... read more
Posted by Bailey Gordon on December 09, 2016 in
Thinking of moving to Wilmington or the surrounding areas? Need some insider info? We’ve put together a list of things that we think are important to know when weighing the possibilities of relocating. From local hot spots to learning about our history, we’ve got you covered when it comes to fun, inside knowledge of the area.
1. True Southern comfort begins with Breakfast and there are plenty of places in Wilmington to eat! An absolute favorite, the Dixie Grill (open since 1906) is a true din... read more