Ocean Isle Beach Inspires Music Video “Broke But Tan”

It’s official. Summer temperatures have arrived up and down the coast of southeastern North Carolina. From North Topsail Beach to the edges of the North Carolina state line in Sunset Beach, beachgoers are welcoming the summer temperatures and sun’s rays. We are bidding May farewell in this final weekend, and we look forward to welcoming June with open arms.

As locals, we love the warm weather and enjoy many things our community has to offer including local events, festivals, and of course, beautiful beaches. Recently, country music artist, Whitney Layne, shot a beach inspired music video for her latest song “Broke But Tan” on a favorite area beach, Ocean Isle Beach after visiting and falling in love with the charming beach town.

“Broke But Tan” was written by Molly Stevens and Whitney Lane after staying in an Ocean Isle Beach house that inspired the new song title “Broke But Tan during the Fourth of July holiday last summer. Upon arrival, the duo had immediate inspiration for a new song after seeing the name of their beach house, and went to work immediately writing the new song.

During their writing session, they recorded a quick video to share via Facebook of the song, and it received over 70,000 views in 48 hours. They played the song locally in Ocean Isle Beach at Drift Coffee Shop and the Inlet View Restaurant.

Not long after spending the Fourth of July on Ocean Isle Beach at the house that inspired the song, Stevens and Layne returned to Nashville and were introduced to Nashville produce Neal Cappelino, who has produced albums for Allison Krauss and Brad Paisley. Cappellino agreed to produce their single at Southern Ground, Zac Brown’s recording studio.

Whitney Layne has been singing and performing since her early childhood years, beginning at the age of 4. She has recorded a solo album and has opened for many mainstream country artists like Kelli Lori Morgan and Kelli Pickler. Layne has toured the entirety of the East Coast from New York City to Florida.

Molly Stevens is the granddaughter of a Baptist minister and has been actively singing since she was 2 years old. With a childhood filled with music, it is no surprise that she developed a love of music early on. At age two, she sang with her musical family on local radio and tv stations. At the age of 11, she performed at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. Stevens continued to sing at church and on theatre stages through out her teenage years, and upon graduation at Mercer University, realized her dream and packed her bags and moved to Nashville in 2010.

Stevens is a Macon, Georgia native and Whitney Layne is a transplant from Utah. The two met in Nashville in 2010 and realized that their voices had a great harmony and their writing styles were similar.

The duo is now recording and performing under the name Stevens Layne after successfully funding a KickStarter campaign in November of 2014. Stevens Layne has been working to create music that resonate with their fans, and describe their music as country soul.

Stevens Layne

The official music video was uploaded to Whitney Layne’s YouTube channel on May 17 and already has 11,742 views. The single was released on April 17, 2015 and is available on iTunes. Whitney Layne spent much of the month of May in beautiful Ocean Isle Beach and surrounding towns to launch the music video. The official video release party was held at Drift in Ocean Isle Beach on May 21, and Whitney Layne shared a number of local photos on her Facebook page over the Memorial Day weekend as she performed at a number of venues from Oak Island to Myrtle Beach.

The couple who owns the beach house “Broke But Tan,” the Greens, have created a brand around the song title and their beach house name and are selling products including sunglass straps, hats, t-shirts, koozies and more through their website, brokebuttan.com and locally at Surf Unlimited in Ocean Isle Beach. So far, the sales have been a success and they are selling Broke But Tan shirts all over the country. They are adding beach towels and beach bags to their product line this summer.

This new song will definitely get you in the spirit of summer! Ocean Isle Beach is known for it’s relaxing family beaches and is a great destination for beach vacationers. Ocean Isle Beach is one of the southernmost barrier islands in North Carolina and offers seven miles of beautiful beaches with less than 600 full time residents.The quaint beach town promotes their motto proudly: “Ocean Isle Beach: Unchanged.”

Ocean Isle Beach offers beach cottages and family businesses and continues to be a destination for vacationers and residents with a generous offering of attractions including the annual Oyster Festival, famed golf courses, signature Calabash seafood, and ample opportunities to enjoy the coast of North Carolina with 25 public beach access points.

Thursday Update: Properties Under Contract Through 5/27/15

Under Contract

Selling Agent Listing Agent Property Address Town List Price
Daniel Thompson Angie Pool 24 W Henderson St Wrightsville Beach $699,000
Vance Young Bobby Brandon 215 Bradley Creek Rd Wilmington $645,000
Jeff Terry Co-Broke 7620 Yvonne Wilmington $48,000
Co-Broke April McMunn 307 Hedingham Ln Wilmington $137,000
Jeff Terry Co-Broke 205 Kenwood Ave Wilmington $209,000
Keith Beatty Co-Broke 1415 Barouche Ct Wilmington $217,000
David Novotny David Novotny 645 Village Park Dr #202 Wilmington $319,900
Paula Perkins Paula Perkins 8705 Lincolnshire Ln Wilmington $339,999
Lee  Crouch Co-Broke 5426 Eastwind Rd Wilmington $199,900
Carla Lewis Jane Marr 201 Vistamar Dr Wilmington $279,900
Angiel Pool Co-Broke 5236 Calais Cir Wilmington $330,000
Gwen Hawley Nicole Valentine 1212 Olmstead Wilmington $619,000
Co-Broke Keith Beatty 241 Palm Grove Ln Wilmington $267,000
Co-Broke Ashley Garner 6225 Towles Rd Wilmington $399,900
Co-Broke Ashley Garner 1407 English Ct Wilmington $155,900
Keith Beatty Co-Broke 2112 Sapling Cir Wilmington $140,000
Keith Beatty Co-Broke 609 Grace St Wilmington $310,000
Keith Beatty Co-Broke 4849 Wedgewood Dr Wilmington $337,000
Co-Broke Hugh MacRae 5715 Andover Rd Wilmington $289,000
Co-Broke Susan Paulson 8859 New Forest Dr Wilmington $415,000
Co-Broke April McDavid 409 Canal Dr #A Carolina Beach $379,900
April McDavid Joyce Barnwell 833 Kure Village Way Kure Beach $250,000
Co-Broke Sonia Morris 8875 New Forest Dr Wilmington $435,000
Eva Elmore Eva Elmore 100 Cir Dr Wrightsville Beach $799,000
Bobby Brandon Bobby Brandon 330 Causeway Dr #C34 Wrightsville Beach $95,000
Co-Broke Joy Morgan 1503 Oakley Rd Castle Hayne $96,000
Keith Beatty Co-Broke 153 Fallbrook Ln Wilmington $189,900
Bobby Brandon Bob McCorkle 6251 Turtle Hall Dr Wilmington $486,500
Bobby Brandon Co-Broke 6807 Hardscrabble Ct Wilmington $600,000
Sandra McNeil Co-Broke 610 N 23rd St Wilmington $99,000
Joyce Barnwell Co-Broke 47 Maple Branches Dr SE Belville $123,500
Robbie Robinson Co-Broke 312 Greenville Ave Carolina Beach $469,900
Bobby Brandon Bobby Brandon 345 Bradley Dr #16 Wilmington $539,000
Co-Broke Sharon Brock 6332 Stapleton Rd Wilmington $229,900
Co-Broke Gwen Hawley 5116 Chalice Ln Wilmington $312,000
Co-Broke Johnny Gaddy 185 Brunswick Ave West Holden Beach $125,000
Co-Broke Linda Register 37 Moore St Ocean Isle  Beach $569,900
Karen Pratt Co-Broke 395 S Crow Creek Dr #1211 Calabash $154,900
Linda Register Bob Williams 16 Moore St Ocean Isle  Beach $689,000
Buzzy Northen Sandy Ledbetter 1211 Ocean Blvd Topsail Beach $550,000

Topsail Island: A Look at the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue & Rehabilitation Center

Surf City is home to one of the few sea turtle hospitals on the entire East Coast. The Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue & Rehabilitation Center is a 13,600 square foot facility open for public tours. Get up-close with loggerhead and other sea turtles being nursed back to health and, if your timing is good, get to see recovered sea turtles return home to the Atlantic. Jean Beasley, Director of the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue & Rehabilitation Center in Surf City, is pictured here with friend and real estate broker for Intracoastal Realty, Craig Stinson.


The Beasley Center is located in the heart of the Topsail Region, an area comprised of six distinct communities in two counties located between Wilmington and Jacksonville. For more information regarding The Beasley Center, please visit their website.

Hampstead, NC is an unincorporated community on the mainland in Pender County adjacent to Wilmington. Hampstead has been growing significantly in recent years attracting people looking for life on the Intracoastal Waterway (ICWW), high quality schools, and its calm lifestyle, and ease of getting to commercial centers in Wilmington.

Holly Shelter is an incorporated community in the middle of the Topsail Region. Located on the mainland in Onslow County, Holly Shelter is known as a friendly destination for retired military and for enlisted families with one spouse working in Wilmington and the other in Jacksonville. Holly Shelter has some spectacular communities nestled along the ICWW. Holly Shelter is definitely a hidden gem of the region.

North Topsail Beach was incorporated in the 1990s and is almost an exclusively residential community on the north end of Topsail Island. This part of the island is known for mostly newer construction and a great summer influx of visitors looking for a quiet week away at the beach.

Surf City is the heart of Topsail Island. This incorporated town is located in Pender County on the island and mainland. Surf City decided a number of years ago to invest in water infrastructure and it has paid off, making the town the commercial center of the region and also home to a fast growing year-round residential population. In coming years, Surf City will host a new high-rise bridge to the island, replacing one of the only remaining swing bridges on the East Coast. In addition to high quality Pender County schools, the town is host to a new satellite campus of Cape Fear Community College.

Sneads Ferry is an unincorporated community adjacent to Jacksonville and Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. Sneads Ferry is known as a quiet village with an active commercial shrimping fleet. You can visit the docks and watch shrimp boats leave and return while eating fresh catch at some of their famous restaurants.

Topsail Beach is an incorporated town on the south end of Topsail Island. Topsail Beach is a classic North Carolina beach town with dog-friendly (even horse-friendly!) beaches and a wide variety of homes from classic beach cottages to new construction.

With a new office in Surf City, Intracoastal Realty is dedicated to serving the communities in the Topsail Region. If you are looking to relocate or make an investment in the region, Intracoastal Realty is here for all your real estate needs.  Call with further questions about the beautiful Topsail Region.

Article By:
Craig Stinson Intracosatal RealtyCraig Stinson
Broker / REALTOR, Intracoastal Realty
Direct: 910.524.2679

Living Local: 12 Great Memorial Day Activities and Events

It’s that time of year again. Memorial Day is upon us and we welcome summer with open arms. Memorial Day weekend ushers in the season of summer and with it comes days at the beach, vacations, parades, and enjoying all that our beautiful community has to offer. Whether you are a golfing enthusiast, prefer to spend your summer at the pool, or are the last one at the beach every day, summer offers up more than enough entertainment and outdoor recreation.


The Wilmington area has miles of public beaches along the beautiful Carolina coastline. Lifeguards are returning to their perches along many area beaches this weekend, including Wrightsville Beach, Carolina Beach, Kure Beach and the beaches to our south in Brunswick County including Ocean Isle Beach, Oak Island, Sunset Beach, Holden Beach, and Bald Head Island.  Topsail Beach, Surf City, and North Topsail Beach to our north are also preparing for summer’s arrival. For more details on your favorite strand of sand, visit one of the following links:


Mayfaire: Celebrate 10 Years at the Fox and the Hound in Mayfaire Town Center as they celebrate with a 10 day long event culminating with an all-day party on Memorial Day, May 25, 2015.

Looking to get your fill of North Carolina beach burgers for Memorial Day? Check out these local beach burgers that made Our State magazine’s top 10 Beach Burgers to Try This Summer.

  1. Beaches Burger – 6551 Beach Drive Southwest, Ocean Isle Beach
  2. Fat Andy’s Burgers – 4655 Long Beach Road, Southport
  3. P.T.’s Olde Fashioned Grille – Locations in Wilmington and Leland
  4. Beach House Burgers – 118 Fort Fisher Boulevard North, Kure Beach
  5. Purple Onion Cafe – 4647 Main Street, Unit 1, Shallotte
  6. Hang Ten Grill – 308 South Lake Park Boulevard, Carolina Beach

Entertainment & Events

Here are a few notable events for this jam-packed upcoming weekend:

1.     Friday, May 22, 2015 – The Mayfaire Music on the Town Concert Series Presents, Machine Gun! The popular Summer Concert Series kicks off on Friday leading into the Memorial Day Weekend with Machine Gun providing a variety of rhythm, guitar and vocals across a number of musical genre. Activities will also be hosted by the events sponsors. Blankets or chairs are recommended and plan to eat before or after the show at one of the 20 restaurants available at Mayfaire Town Center.

o   Location: Mayfaire Town Center Event Lawn

o   Cost: Free

o   Time: 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm

2.          Friday, May 22, 2015 – The 2015 Downtown Sundown Series is returning for its 10th season and kicks off on Memorial Day weekend with shows that run from 6 pm to 10 pm. The first concert of the season features The Stranger, a Billy Joel Tribute band. The Stranger is a 6 member band who all reside in North Carolina and is led by Mike Santoro, a Long Island native himself.  The concert will be held at Riverfront Park, and the family-friendly event is free, but alcohol sales are available with the purchase of an arm band beginning at 6 pm.

o   Location: Riverfront Park, 5 North Water Street, Wilmington, NC 28401

o   Cost: Free, Wristbands for alcohol purchase: $1

o   Time: 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm

3.        Friday, May 22, 2015 – Let’s Glow 5K Run: Light up the night at Mayfaire to kick off your Memorial Day weekend as part of the Let’s Glow Run 5K. Runners and walkers alike are invited to join in the fun with glow sticks, black lights, music and an after party. A portion of the proceeds from the event will be donated to New Hanover Regional Medical Center. Everyone from first time participants to seasoned runners are invited to attend. Additional costume lighting decorations are welcome and encouraged and the glow zones strategically placed throughout the course will provide the perfect backdrop for your team photos and selfies. Visit the official Let’s Glow 5K Run website for additional information.

o   Location: Mayfaire Town Center Event Field, 6835 Conservation Way, Wilmington, NC 28405

o   Cost: $45 per person for adults and $20.00 per person for children 8 & under

o   Time: Race starts at 8:30 pm and the Fox & Hound After Glow Party is immediately following at 9:30 pm

4.        Friday, May 22, 2015 – Fireworks By The Sea and Boardwalk Blast: The inaugural event of the season to kick off the Fireworks by the Sea & Boardwalk Blast series offering free fireworks by the sea on the beach near the Carolina Beach Boardwalk at sunset every Thursday.  Big Time Party Band will be performing at the gazebo starting at 6:30 and pyrotechnics will begin at 9 pm

o   Location: Boardwalk at the Gazebo

o   Cost: Free

o   Time: Festivities and concert begin at 6:30 and Fireworks begin at 9 pm

5.          Friday, May 22, 2015 through Monday, May 25, 2015 – Cape Fear Museum in Wilmington presents Collections Selection: Fort Fisher: 150 Years: Cape Fear Museum will be presenting their collection of hundreds of artifacts that document the historical timeline of Fort Fisher and how its role in the Wilmington community has evolved. The collection highlights artifacts from the past 150 years and allows visitors to examine artifacts from when Fort Fisher was a battle site and provides insight to how the use of the site has changed since 1865. Starting on May 25, the museum will be open on Mondays.

o   Location: Cape Fear Museum, 814 Market Street, Wilmington, NC 28401

o   Cost: $4.00 to $7.00, Free admission to all active duty military

o   Time: Friday, Saturday & Monday: 9 am to 5 pm, Sunday 1 to 5 pm

6.         Friday, May 22, 2015 through Monday, May 25, 2015 – NC Aquarium at Fort Fisher: Photo Exhibit: Birds of North Carolina: The Spadefish Gallery at North Carolina’s Fort Fisher will host a photo exhibit highlighting the Birds of North Carolina series from local members of the Cape Fear Camera Club. The photo exhibit is open to the public with admission to the aquarium. A number of art pieces will be on hand for purchase.

o   Location: Spadefish Gallery at the North Carolina Fort Fisher Aquarium, 900 Loggerhead Road, Kure Beach, NC 28449

o   Cost: $8.95 to $10.95

o   Time: 9 am to 5 pm

7.         Saturday, May 23, 2015 through Sunday, May 24, 2015 – NC Aquarium at Fort Fisher: Behind The Scenes Tour: The largest exhibit at North Carolina’s Fort Fisher, the Cape Fear Shoals, will be on display as part of a behind the scenes tour of the largest exhibit. A birds-eye view or a behind the scenes tour with aquarium staff are both available offering a view of the 235,000 gallon tanks as sharks, stingrays, moray eels, and other schools of fish swim below. If you’d like an up close look and a more hands on experience, you can also help prepare the animals meals and learn about their diets as well as participate in some daily activities and maintenance tasks. The tour will allow you to explore animal holding areas, husbandry, life support systems, and backstage access to exhibits.

o   Location: North Carolina Fort Fisher Aquarium, 900 Loggerhead Road, Kure Beach, NC 28449

o   Cost: $17 to $28

o   Time: 11:15 am – Advance Reservation Required, 1 ½ hour duration

8.          Saturday, May 23, 2015 – Riverfront Farmers’ Market: The Riverfront Farmers’ Market is held in downtown Wilmington on the corner of Princess and North Water Streets each Saturday. Enjoy the historic scenery of downtown Wilmington and shop produce, arts, and crafts from local farmers. The wide variety of fresh produce include fresh fruit and berries, vegetables, plants, herbs, flowers, eggs, cheeses, seafood, meats, honey, jams and jellies, wine, art and more.

o   Location: Along the Riverfront in downtown Wilmington at the corner of Princess and North Water Streets

o   Cost: Free to enter

o   Time: 8:00 am to 1:00 pm

9.          Saturday, May 23 through Sunday, May 24th – 20th Annual Orange Street ArtsFest: Touted as Wilmington’s largest downtown arts festival, the Orange Street ArtsFest will be returning for its 20th year. More than 55 artists will be displaying their art work. Artists featured will be coming from multiple states including North and South Carolina, Virginia, and Tennessee. There will be many mediums on display including watercolor and oil paintings, pottery, wood, glass, paper and jewelry.

o   Location: Orange Street between Front and Third & The Hannah Block Historic USO/Community Arts Center

o   Cost: Free

o   Time: Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm and Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm

10.          Saturday, May 23 through Monday, May 25 – Public Tours of the NOAA Ship Thomas Jefferson: Free 20 minute tours will be offered of the impressive NOAA Ship Thomas Jefferson over the Memorial Day weekend showcasing the NOAA survey technology and the NOAA process of making nautical charts. Opportunities to look at wrecks off the Wilmington coast will also be available.

o   Location: 109 North Water Street, Wilmington, NC 28401 at the USCGC Diligence Moorings

o   Cost: Free

o   Time: 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm each day

11.          Sunday, May 24, 2015 – Free Movies at the Lake: Planes – Fire & Rescue: On May 24, catch this newly-released Disney movie as the first movie screening of the summer starts with Dusty the plane in Disney’s Planes: Fire & Rescue. Bring your chairs and come early to pick your spot on the lawn where the whole family can spend time together for this summertime treat.

o   Location: Carolina Beach Lake Park, Lake Drive and Lake Park Boulevard, Carolina Beach, NC 28428

o   Cost: Free admission. Popcorn, candy, soft drinks, cotton candy and other refreshments will be available for purchase.

o   Time: Movies Start at Dusk: 8:45 pm

12.          Monday, May 25, 2015 – 50th Annual Battleship NC Memorial Day Observance: The Armed Forces Band will open the emotional ceremony with military musical arrangements on the deck of the battleship of the USS NORTH CAROLINA. Come and pay your respects to those that have served with people from all generations and across the state of North Carolina. Executive Director of the Battleship, Captain Terry A. Bragg will be present as the guest speaker.

o   Location: #1 Battleship Road, Wilmington, NC 28401

o   Cost: Free

o   Time: 17:45:00

Break out those white sandals or that white summer outfit you’ve been dying to wear, and celebrate the unofficial start of summer around town, but don’t forget to remember all of those who have served and are actively serving during your Memorial Day weekend.

We thank all who have served and their families and wish everyone a happy and safe Memorial Day.


Thursday Update: Properties Under Contract through 5/20/15

Under Contract

Selling Agent Listing Agent Property Address Town List Price
Co-Broke Ashley Garner 1916 Nun St Wilmington $239,900
Lynne Boney Co-Broke 2533 Empie Dr Leland $384,157
Co-Broke Lisa Wayne 116 Sandy Brook Rd Wilmington $107,000
Co-Broke Lisa Wayne 7322 Haskell Ct Wilmington $155,000
Co-Broke Susie Loftis 110 Plum Ct  Burgaw $59,500
Keith Beatty Keith Beatty 5900 Hunters Mill Ln Wilmington $399,900
Co-Broke Betsy Leonard 108 Colonial Dr Wilmington $319,000
Sonia Morris Angie Pool 2104 Ainsdale Ct Wilmington $479,000
Co-Broke Angie Pool 1016 Rivage Promenade Wilmington $269,900
Jean Sandlin Co-Broke 3027 Weatherby Ct Wilmington $199,900
Co-Broke Joyce Barnwell 212 Brascote Ln Wilmington $372,000
Karen Reese Co-Broke 804 Fox Ridge Ln Wilmington $619,900
Keith Beatty Co-Broke 434 Newcastleton Dr Wilmington $333,335
Buzzy Northen Co-Broke 23 Forest Hills Dr Wilmington $450,000
Carla Lewis Co-Broke 6726 Netherlands Dr Wilmington $110,000
Joy Morgan Co-Broke 6509 Yellow Bell Rd Wilmington $179,900
Claire Reddick Co-Broke 804 Bedminister Ln Wilmington $504,999
Tom Poston Co-Broke 645 Village Park #C-208 Wilmington $315,000
Co-Broke Sandra McNeil 1189 Mallard Bay Rd Hampstead $339,000
Keith Beatty Co-Broke 1 E Columbia St #C Wrightsville Beach $465,000
Eva Elmore Co-Broke 1248 Landis Farm Rd Wilmington $400,000
Co-Broke Keith Beatty 7415 Ern Way Wilmington $164,900
Co-Broke Alicia Devereaux 1237 Pinfish Ln Carolina Beach $125,000
Michelle Clark Michelle Clark 1308 Edgewater Club Dr #7 Wilmington $589,000
Bea Desmond Co-Broke 517 Foxfield Ct Wilmington $164,900
Bobby Brandon Co-Broke 228 Oakleaf Dr Wilmington $169,000
Co-Broke Vance Young 804 Swiftwind Pl Wilmington $769,000
Vance Young Lee Crouch 1802 Hawthorne Rd Wilmington $499,900
Vance Young Vance Young 1524 Radian Rd Wilmington $320,000
Co-Broke Lee Crouch 2 Inlet Hook Wilmington $995,000
Jennifer Hensley Co-Broke 6229 Sentry Oaks Dr Wilmington $240,000
Ashley Garner Co-Broke 4452 Jamey Ct Wilmington $105,000
Betsy Leonard Co-Broke 2102 Randolph Rd Wilmington $275,000
Jonathan Kent Co-Broke 819 Dock St Wilmington $229,000
Co-Broke Ashley Garner 824 Fox Ridge Ln Wilmington $499,900
Co-Broke Lisa Wayne 7210 Copper Mare Ct Wilmington $197,500
Jane Dodd Buzzy Northen 506 Sandcastle Ct Wilmington $299,000
Mary Kruszon Lisa Wayne 5300 Villa Ct Wilmington $300,000
Bob Williams Co-Broke 441 East Third St Ocean Isle Beach $510,000
Grace Schroeder Co-Broke 1725 Oakbrook Dr SW Ocean Isle Beach $182,400
Johnny Gaddy Co-Broke 160 Via Old Sound Blvd Ocean Isle Beach $358,000
Janeise Collins Co-Broke 90 West Bailey Ln Hampstead $299,900
Co-Broke Sandy Ledbetter 119 Atkinson Rd Surf City $399,000

Thursday Update Under Contract through 05-13-2015

Under Contract

Selling Agent Listing Agent Property Address Town List Price
Co-Broke Donna Foster 752 Tuscan Way Wilmington $304,441
Co-Broke Jane Dodd 8904 Plantation Landing Dr Wilmington $316,900
April McDavid Keith Beatty 828 Ovates Ln Wilmington $281,900
Ranielle Mishoe Co-Broke 7233 Lounsberry Ct Wilmington $279,900
Co-Broke April McMunn 7816 Cypress Island Dr Wilmington $195,000
Ed Thear Co-Broke 613 Carolina Beach Ave S #1 Carolina Beach $309,000
Co-Broke Alicia Devereaux 410 N Crestwood Dr Wilmington $132,500
Co-Broke Sandra McNeil Lot 59 Shearwater Dr Hampstead $55,500
Co-Broke Bob McCorkle 125 Laurel Dr Wilmington $58,000
Sarah Burris Angie Pool 307 Cabbage Inlet Ln Wilmington $749,000
Co-Broke Joyce Barnwell 800 Mississippi Ave Wilmington $415,000
Co-Broke Keith Beatty 622 Ocracoke Dr Wilmington $239,900
Kevin Donovan Keith Beatty 4644 Laver Dr Wilmington $344,740
Co-Broke Susan Lacy 5016 Nicholas Creek Cir Wilmington $545,000
Co-Broke Tee Woodbury 333 Stradleigh Rd Wilmington $229,900
Phil Rawls Lee Crouch 5914 Cedar Landing Rd Wilmington $1,085,000
Connie Parker Co-Broke 716 Boundaryline Dr Calabash $12,000
Karen Moran-Germ Karen Moran-Germ 240 Windy Hills Dr Wilmington $939,000
Co-Broke Keith Beatty 4605 Laver Dr Wilmington $279,900
Co-Broke Robbie Robinson 305 S Lake Park Blvd. #104 Carolina Beach $299,000
Co-Broke Sandra McNeil 1921 Watts Landing Rd Wilmington $175,000
Co-Broke Jane Dodd 1421 Wagon Ct Wilmington $182,900
Erica Mearns Co-Broke 9399 Lyn Marie Dr Leland $159,000
Argie Franck Co-Broke 1140 Arboretum Dr Wilmington $195,000
Co-Broke Harper Fraser 5620 Moss Vine Pl #23 Wilmington $122,000
Co-Broke Sharon Brock 1208 Potomac Ct Wilmington $299,000
John Mohr John Mohr 605 Magnolia Dr Sunset Beach $79,900
James Williams Co-Broke 447 Catherine Ave Topsail Beach $699,000
Janeise Collins Co-Broke 221 Doral Dr Hampstead $269,000
Janeise Collins Co-Broke 6095 Shore Park Dr  Leland $364,500


Thursday Update Under Contract through 05-06-15

Under Contract

Selling Agent Listing Agent Property Address Town List Price
Co-Broke Keith Beatty 6016 Culdees Ln Wilmington $296,900
Co-Broke Carla Lewis 301 Folly Island Ct Wilmington $579,000
Carla Wiechman Co-Broke 2141 Van Buren St Wilmington $85,000
Lois Potratz Co-Broke 705 Woodland Forest Ct Wilmington $429,900
Margery Jordan Co-Broke 1924 S Live Oak Parkway Wilmington $1,195,000
Co-Broke Bob Fannon 233 Racine Dr #33 Wilmington $211,750
Co-Broke Paula Perkins 1605 Futch Creek Rd Wilmington $525,000
Chris Hoskins Lisa Wayne 1228 Searay Ln Carolina Beach $510,000
Keith Beatty Co-Broke 315 Halyard Ct Wilmington $179,900
Michelle Clark Co-Broke 5618 Channel Walk Ln Wilmington $690,490
Michelle Clark Co-Broke 6309 Marywood Dr Wilmington $699,000
Carla Lewis Vance Young 2200 Masons Point Pl Wilmington $799,000
Co-Broke Lois Potratz 6002 Gantts Trail Wilmington $148,777
Co-Broke Carla Lewis 319 Windchase Ln Wilmington $1,490,000
Sonia Morris Co-Broke 1256 Nightingale Ct Leland $259,000
Vance Young Vance Young 13732 NC Highway 210 #300 Rocky Point $16,800
Sue Buren Co-Broke 4523 Sagedale Dr #301C Wilmington $114,000
Jane Marr Elizabeth King 406 Forest Hills Dr Wilmington $374,900
Co-Broke Lois Potratz 301 Frans Path Hampstead $428,000
Karen Reese Co-Broke 261 E Second St Lot 17 Ocean Isle Beach $150,000
Marcello Caliva Co-Broke 480 Golden Rd Wilmington $695,000
Co-Broke Sandra McNeil 206 S Grist Mill Rd Hampstead $345,900
Co-Broke Rainelle Mishoe 206 N 7th St Wilmington $279,900
Jane Davis Co-Broke 1924 Knollwood Rd Wilmington $350,000
Tonya Blalock Co-Broke 5609 Channel Walk Ln Wilmington $684,890
Co-Broke Angie Pool 311 Cabbage Inlet Ln Wilmington $1,850,000
Jean Sandlin Co-Broke 3204 Paramount Way Wilmington $192,850
Co-Broke Paula Ferebee 4209 Forwalt Pl Wilmington $399,900
Keith Beatty Co-Broke 5406 Saltwater Run Wilmington $434,020
Co-Broke Deb Hays 7327 Cassimir Pl Wilmington $219,900
Keith Beatty Co-Broke 6520 Shire Ln Wilmington $375,000
Ed Thear Co-Broke 1515 Searay Ln Carolina Beach $446,900
April McMunn Co-Broke 7757 Cypress Island Dr Wilmington $234,900
Keith Beatty Co-Broke 4323 Terrington Dr Wilmington $279,000
Don Lewis Co-Broke 940 Copas Rd SW Shallotte $550,000
Co-Broke Michelle Clark 130 Derby Ln  Hampstead $229,900
Bea Desmond Co-Broke 5201 Shadow Branch Ln Wilmington $209,200
Co-Broke Alicia Devereaux 601 Spartanburg Ave Carolina Beach $94,900
Bob McCorkle Co-Broke 128  Northern Blvd Wilmington $281,000
Lee Crouch Co-Broke 837 Shinn Point Rd Wilmington $950,000
Keith Beatty Gwen Hawley 1622 Airlie Forest Ct Wilmington $615,000
Diane Thomas Lee Crouch 2810 Park Ave Wilmington $465,000
Co-Broke Carla Lewis 411 Summer Rest Rd Wilmington $1,590,000
Nicole Lee Co-Broke 19 Tradewinds Dr Hampstead $159,000
Juan Santos Co-Broke 2137 Burnett Blvd. Wilmington $139,900
Co-Broke Sonia Morris 106 N Water St #105 Wilmington $191,500
Co-Broke Don Harris 4322 Appleton Way Wilmington $258,900
Diane Thomas Co-Broke 2100 Airlie Brook Dr Wilmington $649,000
Helen Rexing Carla Lewis 3109 Rivendell Pl Wilmington $139,900
Carla Lewis Co-Broke 6432 Westport Dr Wilmington $2,595,000
Jimmy Hopkins Jimmy Hopkins 1313 Pinfish Ln Carolina Beach $490,500
Bobby Brandon Co-Broke 105 Kimberly Ct Rocky Point $103,000
Vance Young Michelle Clark 8316 Vintage Club Dr Wilmington $435,534
Co-Broke Angie Pool 4212 Appleton Way Wilmington $289,000
Eva Elmore Co-Broke 9 Bermuda Dr Wrightsville Beach $1,300,000
Marcello Caliva Bea Desmond 349 Shackleford Dr Wilmington $314,900
Co-Broke Vance Young 2126 Harborway Dr Wilmington $749,000
Co-Broke Jane Dodd/Linda Register 131 Kellerton Ct Winnabow $122,900
Linda Register Linda Register 7188 Westbrook Ave Ocean Isle Beach $38,000
Grace Schroeder Co-Broke 44 Carolina Shores Dr Carolina Shores $224,900
Co-Broke Grace Schroeder 3 Bayberry Cir Carolina Shores $184,900