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Old 11-02-2018, 04:25 PM
 
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Agree with the area getting built up.
Should look in to Summerwoods in Bolivia. sits off of 17 south about 30 min.south of Wilmington.
All amenities are in a total of 160 homes are to be built.
9 min. to oak island beach , 6 min to lowes foods, pizza/itaiian restaurant, chinese take out.
HOA $50.00/month homes from $260,s
You must drive really, really fast, lol.
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Old 11-03-2018, 02:54 PM
 
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It takes me 6 minutes to get to the beach and I live on Oak Island.

Ron W.
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Old 01-17-2019, 09:02 AM
 
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Interesting comments on CP. We have visited once and just went to the Ideal Living show his past weekend. Both times I have found the sales people not "very friendly". We have an agent - our choice - we don't live there and need a candid opinion, and when they hear that they immediately freeze up and don't offer much more to talk about. Two strikes - one more to go. BF was a LOT friendlier and we never had that happen to us. Sales people are your first "face" of a community. Disappointed.
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Old Today, 03:17 PM
 
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Interesting comments on CP. We have visited once and just went to the Ideal Living show his past weekend. Both times I have found the sales people not "very friendly". We have an agent - our choice - we don't live there and need a candid opinion, and when they hear that they immediately freeze up and don't offer much more to talk about. Two strikes - one more to go. BF was a LOT friendlier and we never had that happen to us. Sales people are your first "face" of a community. Disappointed.
Funny how people have different experiences. We had out own RE agent, we visited multiple communities, and the Compass Pointe Wave was a running joke before we went there about how friendly they were. We went and spent a day at BF and we saw many people, we even had a few people stop our guide and have a long conversation with him, went through the gym, not a single person acknowledged us or said hi or seemed interested in being friendly. Went to CP, only concerns is were they all Stepford wives or something, everyone was friendly everyone said hello or waived, we don't want to move for 5 years but bought land anyways because the vibe was so good.
We went back a year later to visit and use some amenities and, honestly, probably made 4-5 friends by being there a few hours each day on the weekend, from people letting us tour their homes, to hanging out by the pool etc...our future neighbor said he lived there a year+ and knew nobody when he moved down and now can have 20+ people over for a hangout no problem.
Like anyplace you live there will be complainers and jerks, how many people can you really get to know? Overall CP was extremely friendly to us.
One thing with BF is it is supposed to be 5 times bigger than CP, so more people to meet, better odds at connecting with a few couples/other people just by shear numbers but also the baggage that comes with a 10,000 home development vs. 2,000.

Our CP sales person was fine, no issues but they don't all live there, and like I said, there are 2,000 homes going to be built there, will be a big mixture of personalities like anywhere but CP people seem to embrace the Compass wave and the friendly attitude so hopefully, for us, that permeates to that type of person buying here.

Good luck, BF had it's pluses, CP had more for us, hope you make the best choice for you and enjoy the community you choose.
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