According to statistics released by the North Carolina Association of Realtors and the South Carolina Association of Realtors, Brunswick County led both states in 2002 with a 58 percent increase in existing home unit sales over the previous year and a 66 percent increase in total sales dollars, with a modest 5 percent appreciation in average sales price. If this tremendous pace persists Brunswick County is on the rate this year to more than double its last year's record-setting sales performance. Ninety-three percent more single-family homes were sold in January 2003 than in January 2002.
Realtors specializing in Brunswick County construction will tell you as you move eastward through the Brunswick Islands, from Sunset Beach to Ocean Isle Beach to Holden Beach and onto Oak Island, prices minimize and rules that administer the size and style homes that can be built aren't as restraining. While at Sunset Beach the prominence is on separating residential construction from any commercial construction whatsoever, new homes and commercial construction such as restaurants are found on Oak Island almost side by side.
With a length of 14 miles Oak Island is the biggest of the Barrier Islands in Brunswick County, NC. Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the South, the Intercoastal Waterway to the North, Lockwood Folly to the West and the mouth of the Cape Fear River to the East, Brunswick County Construction is perfect for boating, fishing, swimming and many other water sports and activities. Access to Wilmington and Myrtle Beach is just a short drive away and Historic Southport is just around the corner in Brunswick County. Brunswick County construction has public beach accesses, fishing piers, marinas, public boat ramps, picnic areas, bike paths and walking trails. Brunswick County is fast becoming a golf Mecca.
Brunswick County is still a great place to live, and the value of life is still good quality. New people bring variety and diversity creates culture to Brunswick County construction. New homes are constructed in the Brunswick County area daily.