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**INPUT needed for Emerging Market Study in New Hanover and surrounding counties

For new home buyers in the $350 - $500k price point what trends, in regards to location preferences, are you seeing? 

What is the buyer opinion/acceptance/perceptions of:
  
    New Hanover:

    Castle Hayne, Ogden, Myrtle Grove, Murrayville, Wrightsboro

    Brunswick County:

    Leland, Belville

    Pender County:

    Hampstead, Topsail, Burgaw, Rocky Point, Surf City

    Duplin County:

  • August 08 2013 - Wilmington
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Hi Sunnyview.
The type of insight I am looking for unfortunately can't be crunched by numbers. As cities grow toward a saturation point for new home building, what are brokers hearing from their clients in regards to areas outside the city. Are more requesting Castle Hayne or Murrayville, for example, or do people perceive as too rural, too far away? What do they see as their clients acceptance for distance outside the city?

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FYI you posted this same question twice yesterday with no replies. Maybe you should rethink. If you want the information, you can find it yourself by crunching the numbers or choose an agent to work with to help you get the numbers you want. 

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