Inside the Brunswick Forest Cape Fear Crossing Issue

Cape Fear Crossing–Brunswick Forest or not?

we’re talking a very long term issue with the Cape Fear Crossing in Brunswick County video but the challenge is we don’t know which route they’re going to select and if they take alternative tea it is going to impact a small portion of runs weak force and also homes in Mallory Creek plantation and that’s something current buyers that probably buyers from the previous five or ten years should have been privy to with this fluid information and stuff involving the state it’s really hard for local people to keep up with and to be known to know about . This Cape Fear crossing issue is not facing Porters Neck Plantation homes

so I see that as my role as a Realtor to put it out there and to make sure people are fully informed of all the decisions they’re making now let me see if there’s some last-minute notes to make on this before I wrap it up my plans of 65 percent complete can the NCOs start freezing property use so until then NCI will keep crunching figures looking decades ahead in the meantime businesses and homes are being built at an accelerated pace as a potential strategy for developers looking to make a route through their property less attractive this is according to this piece by public outcry etcetera to force them into alternative in our alternative M that’s a pretty intense strategy I don’t know if that’s going on whatsoever legally and strategically I could see why the developer would do that here’s what I will say one I would still buy homes and Brunswick forest it’s unbelievable neighborhood I would just be careful on where you buy in the neighborhood – since this is still 10 maybe even 15 years out you just have to follow the issue and be aware dates on it three I believe it is the ethical thing for NCAA in the state to choose alternative mrn or the others because of the principles involved here and that is freedom and liberty you have people who have saved their whole lives who pay taxes their whole lives we’ve worked hard they’re all lies men responsible citizens so they could finally retire in a premier neighborhood in the country Brunswick Forest and also Mallory Creek plantation is very classy neighborhood that serves people well and it is unbelievable the idea of displacing any of them or building a big Road 300 feet away from their home where they can hear white noise or have to see it etc that that’s just unfathomable and completely unethical and unacceptable and everyone whether they live in their neighborhood or anywhere on the southeast North Carolina should raise Cain about it and and contact representatives about it and be squeaky wheels about it this should not happen it should not go through these neighborhoods period because that’s wrong it cost hundreds of millions of extra to do going around so be it that’s life and the state needs to deal with it versus treating people horribly and unethically – if alternative tea was selected personally I don’t think it will be because by the time it gets there there’s going to be thousands of more homes built and a number of them will be over in those sections of Brunswick County if alternative tea was selected by the powers that be I believe the proper use of eminent domain anywhere and I think there should be a federal law about this which is a big statement for me because I’m very libertarian is that it should be required by the state to pay each owner double their property value market value to take over their home that way new owner can seamlessly painlessly move over into another home exactly in the same neighborhood that they wanted to live in and had been living in they should pay double the market value that should be a mall the state should not be allowed to take people’s homes without making it as painless and doable as possible for the homeowners so there you go that’s what I know about the caper crossing going into Wellington that has been proposed by the North Carolina Department of Transportation and that’s how it would impact Brunswick forest a Mallory Creek plantation and affect those streets off to the right or to the east of the Lilli bridge area there’s a certain area of Brunswick force that would be impacted potentially hopefully it won’t be and stay tuned for updates for me contact me directly to see homes in the area I work a lot with out-of-town vacation rental buyers or people retiring to Brunswick Forest or compass point or Magnolia Green’s etc I work a lot with people that want to retire and be by the golf courses etc I would love to show you homes as a buyer agent generally I do get an extra two to three percent off the average sold the list price ratio I’m a very intense personality and negotiator London in Northern Virginia and the wealthiest County in America Fairfax County Arlington County Washington DC and I brought those skills down with me down here I look forward to helping you in real estate bye bye

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Jay Seville


One of the nation’s first 2.0 realtors…after hitting the highest levels of achievement at RE/MAX, Jay Seville left and formed his own brokerage in 2007 creating much business that he shared with his agents to help them make a great living. He has been principal broker and team leader of a buyer agent team since 2005.