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Old 04-30-2014, 12:48 PM
 
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This talks about houses, not erosion. I'm trying to do a report, and this just wasted my time!!! I can't belive you guys actully like this site! This SUCKS!!!! I think you are wasting your time!!
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Old 04-30-2014, 12:49 PM
 
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This talks about houses, not erosion. I'm trying to do a report, and this just wasted my time!!! I can't belive you guys actully like this site! This SUCKS!!!! I think you are wasting your time!!
Great I agree!!!
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Old 05-01-2014, 01:22 AM
 
Location: Asheville, NC
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This talks about houses, not erosion. I'm trying to do a report, and this just wasted my time!!! I can't belive you guys actully like this site! This SUCKS!!!! I think you are wasting your time!!
You wasted your time reading a thread titled "beach erosion" and complain it isn't about houses? Appears to be an operator malfunction.
d the thread, you would

I might add that, if had actually READ the thread, you would have found a link to a scholarly study on the subject.

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Old 10-16-2017, 05:59 AM
 
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Wow.... that's scary to think about. We were considering purchasing a condo at St. Regis - which is north of Villa Capprianni; now we're thinking otherwise. And yet, so many of the condos are still selling? People are still buying?
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Old 10-16-2017, 06:02 AM
 
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I can relate to the feelings of the OP. We had a similar experience years ago and fell in love with TI. Unfortunately, what we love about the north end of the island is a temporary thing. We have leased a place for the last 3 years, but are not going to buy a place on the north end. It is just too unstable. Additionally, the town of NTB is very mixed on what, if anything, to do to about inevitable erosion and replinish beaches. It seems no one wants to pay to fight mother nature. My take is to try to enjoy it while it is available, but be very aware of the ongoing changes to the landscape. My prediction is that some point in the relatively near future, New River Inlet Road will end at Villa Capriatti.
Wow.... that's scary to think about. My husband and I have been considering purchasing a home at St. Regis - NTS - which is north of Villa Caprianni. We are seeing many people purchasing condos there; with the erosion, are they not aware of the risks? Why do banks keep loaning money for folks to buy these condos? Also, is that why the HOA fees are so high - on account of erosion?

Thanks for any feedback.
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Old 10-16-2017, 02:21 PM
 
Location: Southeastern North Carolina
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Wow.... that's scary to think about. My husband and I have been considering purchasing a home at St. Regis - NTS - which is north of Villa Caprianni. We are seeing many people purchasing condos there; with the erosion, are they not aware of the risks? Why do banks keep loaning money for folks to buy these condos? Also, is that why the HOA fees are so high - on account of erosion?

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There's a Facebook group called Save the North End of NTB. Maybe you could find info there.
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Old 10-30-2017, 10:36 AM
 
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Wow.... that's scary to think about. My husband and I have been considering purchasing a home at St. Regis - NTS - which is north of Villa Caprianni. We are seeing many people purchasing condos there; with the erosion, are they not aware of the risks? Why do banks keep loaning money for folks to buy these condos? Also, is that why the HOA fees are so high - on account of erosion?

Thanks for any feedback.
Yes. HOA fees are very high on account of the erosion.
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