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Old 04-18-2012, 11:13 AM
 
Location: Clearwater, FL
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I am want to move to the Wilmington area the end of may. I have been looking for a rental in Wilmington between $600-$700. It seems that the Candlewyck area is the only place with this rental price. Can anyone shed a light on that area or better places near Wilmington to rent.

Any information will be appreciated.

Thanks!
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Old 04-18-2012, 02:37 PM
 
Location: Sneads Ferry, NC
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I am want to move to the Wilmington area the end of may. I have been looking for a rental in Wilmington between $600-$700. It seems that the Candlewyck area is the only place with this rental price. Can anyone shed a light on that area or better places near Wilmington to rent.
I looked on realtor.com for rentals, and there are ads for the Forest Hills, The Creek, Crosswinds and Cypress Point apartments in Wilmington, as well as a listing for Hampstead Place in Hampstead. All said they had apartments under $700.

FWIW, Crosswinds looks great from the pictures.
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Old 04-18-2012, 08:33 PM
 
Location: Wilmington, NC
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I looked on realtor.com for rentals, and there are ads for the Forest Hills, The Creek, Crosswinds and Cypress Point apartments in Wilmington, as well as a listing for Hampstead Place in Hampstead. All said they had apartments under $700.

FWIW, Crosswinds looks great from the pictures.
I used to live near where Candlewyck is located. The area isn't terrible, but it's not the nicest either. I agree with goldenage1. Crosswinds is quite nice. I looked at them once and I liked them a lot. Cypress Pointe is nice as well. I prefer that over Crosswinds, but it's right next to UNCW, so you might not want to live there if you aren't a student.
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