Intracoastal Realty Acquires Bald Head Island Limited, LLC Sales and Rentals

Bald Head Island, NC (February 18, 2020) – Bald Head Island Limited, LLC and Intracoastal Realty Corporation are pleased to announce the sale of Bald Head Island Limited, LLC’s  residential real estate brokerage sales and vacation rental-property management businesses to Intracoastal Realty Corporation, and the opening of Intracoastal Realty offices on Bald Head Island.

In addition to Intracoastal Realty’s purchase of Bald Head Island Limited, LLC’s residential real estate brokerage sales and vacation rental-property management operations, the transaction will comprise the purchase or lease of several properties on the island, including the real estate brokerage sales office at 4 Marina Wynd near the island’s ferry landing; the vacation rental-property management laundry/housekeeping facility located on Edward Teach Wynd Extension; and part of the Island Chandler building at 6 Marina Wynd, which currently houses the vacation rental-property management office. The sale is expected to close on or around February 24, 2020.

Intracoastal Realty’s residential real estate brokerage sales office on the island will be managed by Ken Mowbray, previously broker-in-charge for Bald Head Island Limited Real Estate Sales. Rob Wright and Wendy Irick, broker-in-charge and general manager for Bald Head Island Limited Property Management, respectively, will work for Intracoastal Realty on the island in their same roles. Bald Head Island Limited, LLC will continue to own and conduct developer real estate sales and operations on the island, including the Southern Living Inspired Community at Cape Fear Station.

“Intracoastal Realty’s expanded presence on Bald Head Island creates a sustainable third-party residential real estate brokerage sales and vacation rental-property management platform positioned for growth,” said Chad Paul, CEO for Bald Head Island Limited, LLC. “The strength of the Intracoastal Realty brand, their global reach, and the company’s proven success in the region’s residential real estate brokerage and vacation rental-property management markets is an unbeatable combination for serving the island’s current and future needs,” Paul said.

Led by Founder/CEO Jim Wallace and his son Trey Wallace, president, Intracoastal Realty operates 14 other real estate brokerage offices in Brunswick, New Hanover and Pender Counties. The company’s real estate sales volume for 2019 was approximately $1.2 billion.

Trey Wallace (left), Jim Wallace, and Chad Paul

Trey Wallace stated Intracoastal Realty is poised to come out of the gate strong, but deliberate. “In the coming months, we’ll be working with Bald Head Island Limited’s team to seamlessly transition the residential real estate brokerage and vacation rental-property management businesses onto our operations and marketing platforms. The process will be gradual as we look to marry the best aspects of both companies and leverage Bald Head Island Limited, LLC’s tremendous employee talent pool,” said Wallace.

“This sale furthers Bald Head Island Limited’s goal of transitioning legacy assets to a diverse and competent group of third-party owners, operators and stakeholders,” said Paul. “With Bald Head Island in a mature phase of development, continued diversification of business ownership supports the island’s long-term health and viability.”

“This is a relationship business, and it’s not only about relationships with your clients, but also relationships with your agents, employees and the community as a whole,” Wallace said. “Our company is committed to serving the entire Bald Head Island community for the long term. Ultimately, our objective is to become the market leader in residential real estate brokerage sales and vacation rental-property management on the island, one relationship at a time.”

“Bald Head Island property owners couldn’t ask for a better residential real estate brokerage steward than Intracoastal Realty,” said Paul. “They have an outstanding reputation for integrity and real estate sales success and are committed to serving the island’s needs for decades to come.”

About Bald Head Island

Bald Head Island is a ferry-accessed community located two miles off the coast of Southport, NC. Transportation on the island is restricted to golf carts, bicycles and pedestrian traffic. Of the island’s 12,000 acres, 10,000 acres of beaches, salt marsh and maritime forest are protected and will remain undeveloped. To learn more about the island, visit

About Intracoastal Realty

Intracoastal Realty is a full-service real estate brokerage specializing in residential real estate, property management (long-term and vacation), and project development. Founded in 1976, the company now has more than 400 agents and has grown to become coastal North Carolina’s largest independent real estate firm. Market-leading technology, strategic marketing, and a teamwork approach are Intracoastal trademarks. As an independent brokerage, Intracoastal invests its revenue into technology, marketing, agent training, and community organizations throughout southeastern North Carolina. Through its affiliation with Leading Real Estate Companies of the World®, Luxury Portfolio International® and Mayfair International Realty, Intracoastal delivers turn-key service to clients locally and globally. For more information, visit

Intracoastal Realty Listing Selected as Finalist in HGTV Ultimate House Hunt 2019

A listing represented by Lynne Galloway with The Mitchell-Lewis Group of Intracoastal Realty has been selected as a finalist in the HGTV Ultimate House Hunt 2019. The Ultimate House Hunt is a month-long online promotion held each year on, featuring extraordinary homes for sale in eight categories: Amazing Kitchens, Big City Digs, Countryside Retreats, Curb Appeal, Homes with a History, Modern Masterpieces, Outdoor Escapes and Waterfront Homes.

All featured homes are represented by members of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® and Luxury Portfolio International®. This is the eighth consecutive year HGTV has aligned exclusively with Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® and Luxury Portfolio International® for the popular awards, which run from June 12 through July 17. Last year’s promotion was the most popular in the award’s history.

The Intracoastal Realty listing was selected by HGTV’s editors as a finalist in the Waterfront Homes category.

The home is located on Banks Channel in Wrightsville Beach.  From the eco-friendly features like on-demand hot water heater and solar panels to the A-series windows and doors, Mukulungu tropical hardwood decking, multiple storage areas, and open living area of the exterior to the refined finishes of the interior featuring Wolfe and Miele appliances, Hansgrohe plumbing fixtures, Haiku fans, tongue-and-groove poplar walls w/vaulted poplar ceilings, and custom walk-in closets, this home checks every imaginable design or function box.

“As an affiliate of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, Intracoastal Realty is often presented with incredible marketing opportunites,” said Lake Slacum, Intracoastal Realty’s Vice President of Marketing.  “We are excited for the sellers of this wonderful property, and for the national exposure that the listing – and our region – will receive as a result of this promotion.”

Consumers have the opportunity to tour the 92 homes selected as finalists by viewing photo galleries on and can then cast a vote for their favorite properties. A winner will be chosen in each category based on the highest number of votes received, and an overall favorite will be awarded for the listing receiving the most votes.

The winning homes will receive editorial exposure on, as well as the prestige of being selected as fan favorites. Additional properties will be featured in the Global Homes gallery, boasting homes from ten different countries or territories around the world.

To view all homes and cast your vote, visit:

Intracoastal Realty Expands Surf City Office

New Topsail Island Bridge
Image courtesy NCDOT

With the new Surf City bridge now open, additional traffic and, with it, growing buyer interest in the Topsail/Surf City region is sure to follow.

Anticipating that growth, Intracoastal Realty has doubled the size of its Surf City office and moved to Triton Lane, putting us directly on the path to the new bridge.

“You can’t miss us,” says Sandy Ledbetter, a resident and realtor on the island for 30 years, who will continue as Intracoastal Realty’s broker-in-charge.  The office has another five agents, all focused full-time on the region’s real estate market.

The Surf City/Topsail Island has long drawn families from other parts of the state who are seeking vacation or retirement property.  Folks from Wallace, Clinton, Warsaw and other Eastern North Carolina towns are eager to recreate childhood memories of vacationing on Topsail Beach. Buyer trends also show growing interest from the Triangle, particularly among those who moved from the mid-Atlantic region and find the prices at Topsail comparatively affordable to the cost of homes on Maryland, New York and New Jersey shores.

Buyers aren’t the only ones showing interest in the Island.  Developers have increased their activity exponentially.  According to the MLS, in 2017, there was $67M in new construction; in 2018 that figure jumped to $92M.  In April, the first phase of Waterside at Surf City, a development of 4 acres of commercial property and more than 3,200 residential units, including a neighborhood for active adults, was unanimously approved by the Surf City Town Council.  Infrastructure there is underway.

Local government, too, is improving infrastructure to accommodate what everyone sees as continued growth. Surf City Elementary and Middle Schools opened in time for the 2018/19 school year. And with forward-looking annexation completed a decade ago to better accommodate commercial development, the island has welcomed Food Lion, Harris Teeter, Publix, Lowes and CVS in recent years.

“Gone are the days that Topsail Beach posted a ‘Closed for the Winter’ sign,” recalls Sandy.  “Those were the days when you had to drive for a decent cell signal and the only grocery store was an IGA.”

Yes, those days are behind us.  But, today’s market value is hard to find elsewhere on the east coast.  Single family homes can be purchased in the $300K range, with one-bedroom condo’s available under $100 thousand.  “And, that still delivers waterfront,” says Sandy, adding, “When you’re on an island, every home, just about, has a good water view!”

If you’re interested in knowing more about Surf City, Topsail and North Topsail properties, call the Intracoastal office, 910-328-3000.  Chances are what you see there today will be the root of “I remember when….” memories decades from now.

Intracoastal’s Teacher’s Fund: $285,000 in grants…and counting!

Diane Fowler, a well-loved teacher at Codington Elementary, could see that her school’s 100 second graders greeted each day with a wide disparity in their readiness to learn. Some were only at a Kindergarten level, while others performed at grade levels much higher. Getting all students ready to learn together required activities that would stimulate their young brains to explore, create, collaborate and think – regardless of their performance level. So Diane, knowing that directed play would ready her students in a manner that standard morning classwork could not, set out to create Morning Tubs, each filled with items such as LEGOs, letter cubes, dominos and word-cards.

These Morning Tubs, however, came with a price tag and the estimated $200-plus dollars needed to purchase the items left Diane with a good, but unfunded, idea. So, she, like hundreds of teachers throughout the Cape Fear region turned to Intracoastal Realty’s Teacher’s Fund for a grant.

Established in 2005, Intracoastal Realty’s Teacher’s Fund has awarded more than 1400 grants to local public and private kindergarten-through fifth grade teachers, helping them purchase the supplies, teaching aides and books they need. Established as a 501-c-3 non-profit, the Teacher’s Fund fills a critical need in today’s budget-conscious education system and keeps teachers from going out-of-pocket to provide for their classrooms and students.

The fund is generated primarily by donations from Intracoastal agents, along with contributions from community partners.  Since its founding, the Teacher’s Fund has granted more than $285,000 benefiting more than 175,000 students.

Grant distributions are determined by a dedicated group of volunteers comprised of an elementary principal, an elementary teacher, Intracoastal executives and Intracoastal agents who have children in the elementary grades. The group meets monthly to review grant requests submitted by teachers throughout the Cape Fear Region.

In early September, 18 applications were considered with a total of $2570 funded. Some grants, like Diane’s, sought classroom materials, while others requested funding for technology, student supplies, age-appropriate reading materials or science equipment.

Teachers who are interested in applying are invited to fill out and submit the form on the Teacher’s Fund page telling us what supplies are needed and why. No amount is too small. Applications may be submitted from September through May each school year. Requests may also be sent via regular mail to: Intracoastal Realty, c/o Kristen Canizaro, 1902 Eastwood Road, Wilmington, NC 28403. Teachers are welcome to contact Kristen at 910-509-1952 with any questions.

Intracoastal’s Teacher’s Fund is another example of how we invest in our community. As an independent firm, free of franchise fees that leave our local market, Intracoastal Realty invests its revenues in technology, marketing, agent training and community organizations throughout southeastern North Carolina. It’s how we lead and how we assure the Cape Fear Region continues to thrive.

Charitable Giving: Intracoastal Realty Gives Back


Each year, we award education scholarships to deserving students at Brunswick Community College, Cape Fear Community College, and UNCW (25 years & Counting! )





Intracoastal Realty has a rich involvement with many charitable organizations through its managers, agents and staff members, to serve our community by way of helping others. Including:

ACCESS of Wilmington
Airlie Gardens
American Cancer Society
American Heart Association
American Legion
American Red Cross
Alzheimer’s Association
Arts Council of Wilmington
Art in Wilmington
Ashley Eagles Athletic Booster
Azalea Festival
Beach2Battleship Triatholon
Bellamy Mansion Museum Boys & Girls Club of Coastal Carolina
Brunswick Community College
Cameron Art Museum
Cape Fear Blue Water Fishing Club
Cape Fear Community College
Cape Fear Community College Foundation
Cape Fear Council- Boy Scouts
Cape Fear Habitat for HumanityCape Fear Home Builders Parade of Homes
Cape Fear Jazz Society
Cape Fear Literacy Council
Cape Fear Museum
Cape Fear Rugby Club
Cape Fear Surfrider Foundation
Carolina Canines for Service
Carousel Center
Center for the Visually Impaired
Children’s Museum of Wilmington
Chi Omega’s 11th Annual Golf Tournament Coastal Christian High School
Coastal Horizons Center
Committee of 100: WID
Communities in Schools of Cape Fear Community Boys & Girls Club
Community United Effort
Cucalorus – 2016 Supporting Sponsorship
Disability Resource Center
Domestic Violence Shelter DREAMS of Wilmington
East Coast Got-Em-On Classic

Family Services of the Lower Cape Fear
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Girl Scout Troop 957
Girls Leadership Academy of Wilmington
Good Shepherd Center
Greater Wilmington Chamber of Commerce
Greater Wilmington Sports Hall
Guardian Ad Litem
Hanover Lions Club
Historic Wilmington Foundation
Hoggard Athletics & Theatre Departments JC Rowe, PK
Junior Achievement Spring Classic
Karma Foundation
Kids Making It, Inc.
Landfall Foundation
Leland Area Rotary Club – L.A. Golf Classic
Leukemia & Lymphoma Regatta Cup
Lower Cape Fear Historical Society
Lower Cape Fear Hospice & LifeCareCenter
Lump To Laughter, Inc.
Make-A-Wish Foundation
March of Dimes
Masonboro Island Preservation
Morris Animal Foundation
New Hanover County Schools
New Hanover Partnership
New Hanover Regional Medical Foundation
NC Association of the Deaf
NC Holiday Flotilla
North Carolina Coastal Land Trust
Oak Island Lions Club
Paws4People, Inc
Phoenix Employment Services Luncheon
Pleasure Island Chamber of Commerce
Pleasure Island Soccer Association
Port City Soccer Club
Relay for Life
Reel Housewives of Topsail Island
Rotary of South Brunswick
SMART START of New Hanover County
Snipes Elementary
Special Olympics Annual Fund
Southport-Oak Island Area Chamber
of Commerce
St. Marks Odyssey of the Mind Challenge
Supper Optimist Club Wilmington
Trinity Children Incorporated
University of NC at Wilmington
USO North Carolina, Inc – Golf Tournamnet
Welcome Home Angel
Whisper Foundation
Willie Stargell Foundation
Wilmington Central Rotary Club
Wilmington Housing Authority
Wilmington Women’s Club
Wilmington Realtors Foundation
Wrightsville Beach Fire Department
Wrightsville Beach Foundation
Wrightsville Beach Museum – 20th Lumina
Wrightsville Beach Police Officer’s Ball
Wrightsville United Methodist Church
YWCA of the Lower Cape Fear

Intracoastal Sells First $3M home since October 2010

Intracoastal Realty Sells First $3 Million%20 Home in Southeastern North Carolina since October 2010

 14 Southridge Road on Wrightsville Beach Sells for $3.15 Million 


WILMINGTON, NC — Intracoastal Realty reached a significant sales milestone this month, with the $3.15 million sale of 14 Southridge Road on Wrightsville Beach, NC. This is the first sale over $3 million in Brunswick, New Hanover, and Pender counties since October 2010 and the first $3 million-plus sale on Wrightsville Beach since September 2009, according to local MLS data.

The nearly 5,000 square foot home is one of Wrightsville Beach’s premier oceanfront estates, with fantastic views of the Atlantic Ocean and a host of luxurious amenities. Intracoastal Realty agents represented both the buyer and seller of the property. The sales team of Angie Pool & Associates marketed the property, and Susan Keck of Bobby Brandon’s team negotiated the sale on behalf of the buyer.

The last $3 million-plus home sold in the area was Intracoastal Realty’s Margaret Barclay’s Piper’s Neck Road listing on Figure Eight Island, which sold for $3,495,000 on October 25, 2010. The last sale above $3 Million on Wrightsville Beach was Intracoastal’s Mark Bodford’s Parmele Blvd listing, which sold for $3.2 Million on September 15, 2009.

“The recent uptick in the sale of high-end properties is a potential indicator for a recovering real estate market,” said Jim Wallace, CEO of Intracoastal Realty. “We’re encouraged by the resurgence and think it bodes well for a recovering market.”

According to the Wilmington MLS, five properties have sold for $1 million or more since January 2012.  During the same period last year, only one property sold for over $1 million.

Intracoastal Realty is the area leader in selling luxury properties. In 2011, Wilmington MLS data showed that Intracoastal Realty sold 41 properties in excess of $1 million, while the second place company sold eight.

Established in 1976, Intracoastal Realty is the largest independent and locally owned and operated real estate brokerage firm in southeastern North Carolina. Services include real estate brokerage, property management and new homes marketing. Intracoastal Realty operates eight offices in Wilmington, Wrightsville Beach, Carolina Beach, Brunswick County and Topsail Beach. The company’s 250%20 agents sold more than $406 million in residential properties in 2011. For more information, visit or

MAX! Awards 2011

Intracoastal Realty, and the communities and builders, won BIG, receiving eighteen awards, at theWilmington-Cape Fear Home Builders Association’s annual MAX! Awards. The MAX! Awards are about Marketing Achievement Excellence—recognizing the best in media marketing and advertising tools promoting new home sales. This awards party was sponsored by Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, with Lisa Mesler and her team in attendance.


Jimmy Hopkins assisted Rhonda Bellamy, who was the Mistress of Ceremonies, and JoAnne Fox and Chris Livengood accepted awards on behalf of Intracoastal.  


Congratulations to the following winners:


Best Company LogoIntracoastal Realty

Criteria: Concept, Overall Design, Execution

Best Company WebsiteIntracoastal Realty  

Criteria: Concept, Overall Design (layout & copy), Ease of navigation, Organization of Information, Execution, Results in the Marketplace


Best Company AdvertisingIntracoastal New Homes

Criteria: Concept, Overall Design (copy & layout), Collateral Strategy & Media Coordination, Marketing Objectives (including target market), Continuity & Consistency, Execution (including costs of the promotion or campaign), Results in the Marketplace

Marketer of the YearJimmy Hopkins

Criteria: Goals & Achievements, Market Research, Advertising, Results in the marketplace, Obstacles Overcome, Innovative Ideas Used in Marketing New Homes, Contribution to Company Growth, HBA / SMC Involvement

Rookie of the YearNicole Valentine

Criteria: Success Achieved in Selling New homes, Obstacles Overcome, Prospecting Techniques, Broker Relations, Sales Philosophy, Closing Techniques, Prospect & Buyer Follow-Up, Innovative Ideas Used in Selling New Homes, HBA / SMC Involvement

Salesperson of the YearJimmy Hopkins

Criteria: Success Achieved in Selling New homes, Obstacles Overcome, Prospecting Techniques, Broker Relations, Sales Philosophy, Closing Techniques, Prospect & Buyer Follow-Up, Innovative Ideas Used in Selling New Homes, HBA / SMC Involvement

Sales Manager of the YearMelisa Gallison

Criteria: Recruiting Techniques, Training Techniques, Motivation, Management Techniques, HBA / SMC Involvement

Best Community LogoMarsh Oaks

Criteria: Concept, Overall Design, Execution

Best Community EntranceParkside (the iconic fountain)

Criteria: Curb Appeal, Creativity and Use of Materials, Use of Contours and Natural Areas, Signage, Overall Look and Setting, Results in the Marketplace

Best Community Recreational AmenitiesMayfaire Townview (screening room, cardio center, owners lounge, etc)

Criteria: Concept & Theme, Design & Architecture, Facility’s Plan, Layout & Location, Capacity of Facility, SpecialFeatures

Best Sales Model/AttachedMayfaire Townview

Best Sales Model/Detached >2200SFHerrington Homes at Autumn Hall

Best TV CommercialHerrington Homes

Best Builder WebsiteHagood Homes

Best Integrated MarketingHagood Homes


Community Involvement

Intracoastal Realty – for Teacher’s Fund

Hagood Homes – Hagood Hope for Children

Melisa Gallison – animal/dog food bank work

Intracoastal Earns Website Quality Certification

For the 2nd year in a row, has earned the Website Quality Certification(WQC), presented by Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® to member companies that have demonstrated excellence in website design, functionality, and execution. Every aspect of the site,, was reviewed to ensure exacting standards were met in six key areas, ranging from design and content to human interactivity to search engine optimization.  The WQC was introduced in 2009 to recognize and encourage superior websites among Leading Real Estate Companies of the World’s 550 member firms.  

“With so many people going online to obtain information on homes, communities, and everything relating to home buying and selling, it is vital for a real estate firm to have a current, easy-to-use and relevant website,” notes Pam O’Connor, president/CEO of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World®.  “By earning the Website Quality Certification, Intracoastal Realty has demonstrated that it offers fundamental online resources to home buyers and sellers, which are further supported by the expertise only a dedicated real estate professional can provide.”     


Established in 1976, Intracoastal Realty is the largest independent and locally owned and operated real estate brokerage firm in southeastern North Carolina. Services include real estate brokerage, property management and new homes marketing. Intracoastal Realty operates seven offices in Wilmington, Wrightsville Beach, Carolina Beach, Brunswick County and Topsail Beach. The company’s 250%20 agents sold more than $406 million in residential properties in 2011.

2011 Award Winners

Intracoastal Realty Logo

2011 Sales Awards

Congratulations to an Exceptional team of real estate agents!




Top Producer Club

These agents have obtained 2 of the following 3 criteria: Income over $75,000, 20 Units, or Volume of $5 Million



Debbie Mitchell              Vance Young                    Keith Beatty                  Michelle Clark




Angie Pool                   Sandra McNeil                   Mark Bodford              Jimmy Hopkins




Bobby Brandon           Joyce Barnwell                Alicia Devereaux           Lee Crouch




Paula Ferebee            Eva Elmore               Sandy Ledbetter               Bob McCorkle



John Hamilton           J.B. Fox III                 Cindy Southerland              Ashley Garner




April McDavid                  Susan Lacy               Elizabeth King                   Renee Yost



Top Producers Units and Volume



Individual Agents by Units

Sandra McNeil                     Agent of the Year 35 Units
Jimmy Hopkins                    Runner-Up 29 Units
Ashley Garner                     2nd Runner-Up 28 Units
Alicia Devereaux                 3rd Runner-Up 26 Units
Pinckie Robinson                 4th Runner-Up 22 Units


Individual Agents by Volume

Sandra McNeil                     Agent of the Year $10.2 Million
Jimmy Hopkins                    Runner-Up $10.1 Million
Mark Bodford                      2nd Runner-Up $9.2 Million
Alicia Devereaux                 3rd Runner-Up $7.1 Million
Cindy Southerland               4th Runner-Up $6.6 Million


Agents & Associates by Unit

Paula Ferebee                     Agent of the Year 35 Units
Bobby Brandon                   Runner-Up 34 Units
Eva Elmore                         2nd Runner-Up 26.5 Units
Joyce Barnwell                    3rd Runner-Up 26 Units
April McDavid                      4th Runner-Up 23 Units


Agents & Associates by Volume

Paula Ferebee                     Agent of the Year $ 9.9 Million
Bobby Brandon                   Runner-Up $9 Million
Joyce Barnwell                    2nd Runner-Up $7.2 Million
Lee Crouch                         3rd Runner-Up $7 Million
Eva Elmore                         3rd Runner-Up $7 Million


Teams by Units

Keith Beatty                       Agent of the Year 119 Units
John Hamilton                     Runner-Up 55.5 Units
Debbie Mitchell                   2nd Runner-Up  51.5 Units
Bob McCorkle                      3rd Runner-Up 50.5 Units
Vance Young                      4th Runner-Up 49.5 Units


Teams by Volume

Vance Young                      Agent of the Year $27.2 Million
Debbie Mitchell                    Runner-Up $24.6 Million
Keith Beatty                       2nd Runner-Up $23.2 Million
Michelle Clark                     3rd Runner-Up $13.4 Million
Angie Pool                          4th Runner-Up $9.9 Million



Sales Recognition $2-3.9 Million


Andrew Kelly                      $2 Million
Liz Bianchini                        $2 Million
Judy Kemmer                     $2 Million
Sue Coupland                     $2 Million
Marcello Caliva                    $2 Million
Helene Rexing                     $2.2 Million
Daniel Thompson                 $2.4 Million
Wendy Fincher-Hughes         $2.4 Million
Tonya Blalock                      $2.4 Million
Teresa Hill                          $2.4 Million
Hugh MacRae                      $2.6 Million
Deb Hays                            $2.9 Million
Robert Carroll                      $3 Million
Patty Lyerly                         $3 Million
Joy Morgan                          $3.1 Million
Sarah Burris                         $3.2 Million
Gwen Hawley                       $3.2 Million
Robi Bennett                       $3.3 Million
David Eggleston Jr.               $3.5 Million
Chip Berry                           $3.6 Million
Kraig Marquis                       $3.7 Million
Jane Dodd                           $3.8 Million



Sales Recognition $4-5.9 Million


Sandy Ledbetter                  $4.1 Million
Lynn McGary                       $4.1 Million
Renee Yost                         $4.3 Million
Tee Woodbury                    $4.4 Million
Susan Lacy                         $4.6 Million
Ashley Garner                     $5 Million
Elizabeth King                     $5.2 Million



Sales Recognition $6-9.9 Million


J.B. Fox                             $6.4 Million
April McDavid                      $6.4 Million
Cindy Southerland               $6.6 Million
Bob McCorkle                     $6.8 Million
Eva Elmore                         $7 Million
Lee Crouch                         $7 Million
Alicia Devereaux                 $7.1 Million
Joyce Barnwell                    $7.2 Million
Bobby Brandon                   $9 Million
John Hamilton                     $9.1 Million
Mark Bodford                      $9.2 Million
Paula Ferebee                     $9.9 Million
Angie Pool                          $9.9 Million


Listing Awards Units and Volume


Individual Agents by Units

Jimmy Hopkins                    Agent of the Year 52 Units
Patty Lyerly                        Runner-Up 49 Units
Ashley Garner                     2nd Runner-Up 38 Units
Alicia Devereaux                 3rd Runner-Up 26 Units
Renee Yost                        4th Runner-Up 24 Units



Individual Agents by Volume

Mark Bodford                      Agent of the Year $19.1 Million
Jimmy Hopkins                   Runner-Up $13.4 Million
Robbie Robinson                 2nd Runner-Up $10 Million
Tee Woodbury                    3rd Runner-Up $9.5 Million
Ashley Garner                     4th Runner-Up $9.3 Million



Agents & Associates by Unit

Paula Ferebee                    Agent of the Year 52 Units
Bobby Brandon                   Runner-Up 36 Units
Lee Crouch                         2nd Runner-Up 33.5 Units
April McDavid                     3rd Runner-Up 26 Units
Eva Elmore                        4th Runner-Up 21.5 Units



Agents & Associates by Volume

Lee Crouch                         Agent of the Year $ 37.4 Million
Gwen Hawley                      Runner-Up $15.3 Million
Bobby Brandon                   2nd Runner-Up $12.6 Million
Paula Ferebee                     3rd Runner-Up $12.5 Million
April McDavid                      4th Runner-Up $8.4 Million



Teams by Units

John Hamilton                     Agent of the Year 101.5 Units
Keith Beatty                       Runner-Up 94 Units
Vance Young                      2nd Runner-Up  90.5 Units
Debbie Mitchell                    3rd Runner-Up 62 Units
Michelle Clark                     4th Runner-Up 39.5 Units



Teams by Volume

Vance Young                      Agent of the Year $82.3 Million
Debbie Mitchell                    Runner-Up $40.3 Million
Michelle Clark                     2nd Runner-Up $34 Million
John Hamilton                     3rd Runner-Up $33.4 Million
Keith Beatty                       4th Runner-Up $28 Million


Team Players of the Year by office

Wrightsville Beach        Maureen Robison
Lumina I                      Betsy Leonard
Lumina II                     Jane Dodd
Carolina Beach              Shirley James
Topsail Island               Donna Harvey
Oak Island                    Robert Carroll
New Homes                  Jimmy Hopkins

Wells Fargo Top Referring Agent     Keith Beatty


Relocation Liz Bianchini Top Performer Placed Referrals


Beacon Title

Keith Beatty                 Top Referring Agent
Bob McCorkle                Runner Up
Kraig Marquis                2nd Runner–up


New Homes

Kasey Valente               Gold         $4.4 Million
Jan Pendergrass            Silver        $1.8 Million
Nicole Valentine            Silver       $ 1.8 Million