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Old 08-10-2009, 05:26 AM
 
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I live in Burrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgaw...Looking for a lot in Brunswick forest about the size of 150ft by 150ft...I am ready to move my home..Looking forward to it......
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Old 08-10-2009, 02:33 PM
 
Location: NC's southern coastline
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I am very curious to see how Leland and Brunswick Forest will be in 5-10 years- I am hoping it will bring a lot more to this area and I am hoping it keeps things spreading south. I like living in Southern Brunswick county near the beaches as far as its location within the county (I don't really like Wilmington, and I grew up vacationing at Myrtle Beach- I like the Brunswick beaches better as far as "the beach" itself)...it's just that I am used to having so much more around me, for myself and the kids. When you live near the beach unless you live literally ON it, you don't go as much as you think you would, so loving the beach as a vacationer does not translate to loving it as a resident (again, unless you live ON it!)....I'm from near Charlotte, and miss things that were not even there before I moved, since I have lived here for almost 2 years now...I miss Trader Joe's and Ikea and they weren't up yet when I moved. But in moving to this area, I wish there was more grocery store selection, store selection, I miss the parks that were close to my home, I miss the daily life so much back inland. I miss being central to the mountains and the beach. I DON'T miss traffic.

So, I am watching the Brunswick Forest/Leland area....hoping it will bring more stuff, you know, just STUFF...to this area! Hoping for a Target store to come to this area so I don't have to go all the way down to Myrtle or up to Wilmington. I really hate that Walmart is THE place to shop locally. So hoping Brunswick Forest brings in some retail life along with residents and activities.

glad to hear there aren't foundation problems, from a resident...heck then, maybe I will move there one day
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Old 08-29-2009, 01:32 PM
 
Location: Long Island NY
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So you are saying the salesman who showed me around Brunswick Forest will not give me the best deal for the home I might want to buy there? I did not know you could buy from anyone else but the sales people in the community.

How would you suggest I go about getting an outside sales agent? Thanks dor this info.
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Old 08-29-2009, 04:25 PM
 
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So you are saying the salesman who showed me around Brunswick Forest will not give me the best deal for the home I might want to buy there? I did not know you could buy from anyone else but the sales people in the community.

How would you suggest I go about getting an outside sales agent? Thanks dor this info.
There are 3 types of real estate agencies in NC. Sellers agent, representing Seller only, Dual agent, representing both Seller and Buyer, but fiduciary responsibility lies to Seller, Buyers Agent, represents Buyer only.
Did they not explain this to you, were there no signs indicating this, did you sign anything? I am positive they requested you fill out a questionnaire, yes?
Commission will be paid by Seller, to both Seller and Buyer Agent.
Highly suggest you obtain assistance from a Buyers Agent, DM me, if I can be of further assistance.
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Old 08-30-2009, 06:06 PM
 
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Well here in Burrrrrrrrrrrrrgaw you can go to fleetwood homes or oak wood homes and there is plenty of agents on site..Most of these agents use to work as car salesmen...What kind of agent are you looking for?...There is alot to choose from here in Burrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgaw....Think there is a agent school here in Burrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgaw...Maybe you can call them up....In Leland there is a place that sale moble homes off of village road..Maybe they can assist you...But i believe these agents in Leland only specialize in single wides...In Burrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgaw we have the best agents...These agents are top notch.....These agents will not even talk to somone that want to buy a single wide...If your into Double wides...Then Burrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgaw is your best bet.....If your are interested in a triple wide..Then you are out of luck...There are no agents in Burrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgaw that speaclized in this...You will have to go to Wilmington....Now wilmington has the best...The reason is because these agents make better money...I think around $25,000 a year...Here in Burrrrrrrrrrrrgaw these agents make about $18,000 per year...Big differnce....So i guess it all depends what kind of agent you are looking for.......I got a good deal myself...My agent really worked hard for me...I got a 1969 single wide for $2,000....I was very lucky that i hired a local agent...He work very hard to pull the deal through..I got a good interest rate on a 10 year morgage..My payment is $25.00 per month..I can live stress free life on my $15,000 per year job..Which is not to bad for Burrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgaw...Well good luck finding a agent....
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Old 08-30-2009, 06:19 PM
 
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So you are saying the salesman who showed me around Brunswick Forest will not give me the best deal for the home I might want to buy there? I did not know you could buy from anyone else but the sales people in the community.

How would you suggest I go about getting an outside sales agent? Thanks dor this info.
..Yes you can buy from other places...There is plenty of agents in Burrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgaw...Do not let anybody fool you...Grant you Leland has agents..But the best are here in Burrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgaw....Who are these sales people in the community?......Do not deal with amateurs...Most of these salesman/agents in Leland only know how to sale single wides..You need experenced Agents...Go to Burrrrrrrrrrrrrgaw..It will be worth the trip...These agents in Burrrrrrrrrrrrrrgaw will not even discuss single wides...The agents are pros...These agents do not have the time of day for anybody wanting a single wide..If you want Pros..Then go to Burrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgaw..
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Old 10-30-2009, 05:17 PM
 
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Can anyone give some insight to the bypass and I think they call it the Skyway. I've been reading in the local papers that it is all going to pass probably over the golf course area of Brunswick Forest. Anyone living there know anything about exactly where there is and what are do you know about it? Thanks.
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Old 10-30-2009, 07:47 PM
 
Location: Jacksonville
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So you are saying the salesman who showed me around Brunswick Forest will not give me the best deal for the home I might want to buy there? I did not know you could buy from anyone else but the sales people in the community.

How would you suggest I go about getting an outside sales agent? Thanks dor this info.
Imagine playing on a football team but the person coaching is the opposing team's coach also. The dual agent is kind of the same scenario. Finding a buyer's agent is as simple as finding a real estate agent. Any agent can act as your buyer's agent.
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Old 10-31-2009, 12:19 PM
 
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..Yes you can buy from other places...There is plenty of agents in Burrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgaw...Do not let anybody fool you...Grant you Leland has agents..But the best are here in Burrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgaw....Who are these sales people in the community?......Do not deal with amateurs...Most of these salesman/agents in Leland only know how to sale single wides..You need experenced Agents...Go to Burrrrrrrrrrrrrgaw..It will be worth the trip...These agents in Burrrrrrrrrrrrrrgaw will not even discuss single wides...The agents are pros...These agents do not have the time of day for anybody wanting a single wide..If you want Pros..Then go to Burrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgaw..
The Burrrrrrrrrrrrrgaw stuff is getting old and boring!
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Old 10-31-2009, 02:14 PM
 
Location: Wilmington
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The skyway that is planned for access across the Cape Fear river would run from Brunswick county near Rt 87 across The Forest over Rt 133 to River Rd on the Hanover county side and exit onto Carolina Beach Rd. It is a project that is still in the very, very early stages, right now they are still trying to figure out where it would go and what land to annex and set aside for the bridge, I'm 55 years young and I don't think I'll be driving over it, even if I live to a ripe old age!
I understood that the Martin Luther King bridge to Brunswick county was to be built before this old, so don't hold your breath on that one too!
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