#ShineOnLocal | The Plant Outpost

If you’ve been to the Cargo District in downtown Wilmington, you probably noticed an eye-catching shop called The Plant Outpost. Owner Sarah Mertz started her plant business as a pop-up shop to now a booming store front and community favorite. When did The Plant Outpost open? Tell us a little history about the shop: Sarah Read More


#ShineOnLocal | Flava’s Ice Cream Shop

Here’s the scoop on our latest #ShineOnLocal event. We’re heading to Southport to local favorite, Flava’s Ice Cream Shop. Join us on Wednesday, July 28, 4 pm – 6 pm for a FREE scoop of ice cream! They offer an assortment of diverse and unusual flavors. While some flavors are staples like chocolate or vanilla, Read More


Staff Spotlight | Helen Gainer

Helen Gainer is our Lead Reservationist at Intracoastal Vacation Rentals. Helen has been with the Intracoastal family for over six years. In her role, she has helped families plan vacations of a lifetime and is a great source when it comes to the Wilmington area on where to explore and things to do while you’re Read More


What Goes Up – Goes Up Further

Nick Churton of Intracoastal Realty’s London office – via Mayfair International Realty – looks to a genius to make some sense of the current international real estate market and offer some pointers for the future. What Isaac Newton, who formulated the laws of gravity in the middle of the 17th century, would have made of Read More


#ShineOnLocal | Sunset Slush

If you live in Southeastern NC you know beach season starts a little earlier for us! Our upcoming #ShineOnLocal event will be at Sunset Slush in Ocean Isle Beach. Treat yourself to a beach day and a FREE small Italian ice compliments of Intracoastal Realty on Thursday, May 27, 4 pm – 6 pm. Get Read More


Absorption Reports – Q1 2021

Absorption rate, also referred to as “inventory levels” or “months of supply”, gives you an idea of the number of months it will take for the current inventory to be sold out based on the last 12 months of sales. Housing prices stabilize when supply and demand come closer together. Generally speaking, 5-6 months of Read More