To anyone who checks in frequently, I’m so rry for not keeping this fresh and updated. It’s the busy PCS season and many weekends I find myself double booked and multitasking and the week days spent herding new business, and paperwork. . .not to mention trying (like so many of us) to whip myself back into shape for the summer season. . .for several reasons like being able to handle the pace of my schedule but also thanks to a few events with family and friends this summer and my first trip abroad. . .lots of photos and “blasts from the past” and my past used to include 3-4 hours of ballet and dance a day. . .not hours in the car or in front of the computer. . .but if you’re sitting there reading this, wondering about your home or investment and what it’s worth in today’s Onslow County area real estate market, have some general real estate questions or are looking for the right home or investment opportunity, please shoot me an email, that I do check (too frequently) and will get back to you within 24 hours. I know a handful of faithful and helpful lenders, home repair folks and inspectors. . .if you have questions or need some help I know a few names I can pass along.
In the meantime, check out www.910homes.net and preview my and other area agents homes, see if there’s something that might trip your trigger. . .or email me directly a@ McKenzieSellsHomes@gmail.com . . .and catch my tweets at realestatekenz
Sorry I have been under the radar and not writing nearly exciting enough stuff for you to check in on though I see, as expected the Marine Corps Ball Gown blurbs are the most popular this time of year. I hope you take the time to visit the Angel’s Voices website on those two blog entries, it is a wonderful charity and the woman running it has a huge heart. . .please support it.
I have had my hands full with work thise season, a blessing considering the news you see and hear, the Jacksonville area and it’s market are sort of a safe harbor from the storm. If you have questions about it, I’d love to help find some answers for you. As usual I remain a hard working real estate broker with seven years industry experience and a life time of moving and renovating homes ( I have mad skills when it comes to living mid renovation with just a microwave and a bath tub to do dishes in). . .and I plan to be in this business for life. Yes, I have been busy but I can always find time to answer questions, help you navigate the real estate transacation and of course meet new folks. I do work seven days a week, all year long with the occasional hooky session for an afternoon in maybe Swansboro or Topsail to shop and lucn with pals. I rarely smell bad, never bite and generally won’t make you want to climb the walls if you spend extended time with me in my office or in the car house hunting. . .
Keep your eyes peeled for me as a bell ringer for the Salvation Army next month. I think the post I volunteered for was at the local Sam’s Club on Western, but I’ll post more specifics later. . .I hope you can come out and contribute to the cause!
As always, visit www.910Homes.net , shoot me an email at McKenzieSellsHomes@gmail.com or give me a call or text at 910.554.0761 . . .love to hear from you!
I just wanted to share my latest listing on Highway 24 near Kenansville. The physical address is 917 E. Highway 24. A brick, three bedroom, two bath home with a great layout and park like back yard for 140,000. Located near the 40 intersection, great for folks who travel but want a slower pace of life. Bucolic setting with options nearby to board horses. . .it is well worth the drive to check it out if you are local to the Onslow county area. Just past Beulaville on your right before you reach Kenansville.
On the horizon, I’ll be lising approximately 25 acres between Jacksonville and Maysville this fall. There is a lovely renovated brick home on the property. . .but, if developed and subdivided could be a small new constuction community. . .contact me for more details and plans. . .but thought I would get the word out in the event a builder/developer is looking for new land opportunities.
More to come and majy irons in the fire so-to-speak,
Spring has certainly arrived in Jacksonville, NC. . .and the best proof might be the bloom covered Bradford Pear trees, especially down near Camp Lejeune. The trees were planted in memory of those killed in the Beirut bombings in 1983.
Learn more about the event, those we lost and the amazing memorial here in Jacksonville at http://www.beirut-memorial.org . . .photos, time lines, names and more.