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Neighbour Realty specializes in the purchase and sale of property in New Hanover, Brunswick and Pender County. We have several links to organizations we have found can offer our buyers and sellers some of the most up to date area information. If you need more information about our area please contact one of our professional agents.

New Hanover County
downtown_WilmingtonOne of Wilmington’s greatest resources is its location nestled between the Cape Fear River and the Atlantic Ocean. An enduring relationship with the water is interwoven through the city’s history, which resulted in Wilmington being the largest city in North Carolina at the turn of the 20th century. The city’s colonial history began with explorations through Frying Pan Shoals and up the Cape Fear River in 1524, and its commerce was tied to the sea. Just as colonists relied on the water for transportation of goods to build the region, so does 21st -century Wilmington rely on it to attract visitors, import and export materials from and to the world through the N.C. State Ports, and summon newcomers who choose to relocate and establish businesses here.

Brunswick County
lighthouseTucked away along North Carolina’s southernmost stretch of coastline, the Brunswick Islands claim over 45 miles of tranquil sand and surf for their own. It’s the beach-going experience you remember as a child, and surely beaches like that exist only in faded snapshots and grainy home movies. Well, you’re in for a pleasant surprise.

Name your escape, and you’ll find it on these serene islands in the northernmost reaches of the subtropical climate. Sailing, shelling, nature watching or beachcombing all come to mind. Surf and deep-sea fishing in the Gulf Stream beckon the more ambitious. Enjoy the fresh catch of the day. Tee off year round on one of more than 35 championship golf courses, the pride of North Carolina’s “Golf Coast.” Maybe spend your day strolling the streets or shopping in our charming port towns. After coasting with us, you’ll forever wonder how something so unspoiled can have the opposite effect on you.

Pender County
Pender County was established in 1875 and named for Confederate Army General William D. Pender. The county seat, Burgaw, combines the old and the new that typifies this Southern county. New, contemporary homes and buildings are juxtaposed with 18th and 19th century architecture. Within Burgaw are banking and shopping facilities, municipal and county government offices, a hospital, and a satellite campus of Cape Fear Community College. Ranked as the fastest growing county in North Carolina, Pender County has grown 15 percent since 1990. With a population of 34,000, Pender County has a labor force of 13,992 and a per capita income of $15,497. Several corporations are located in Pender County including: Wieland, a manufacturer of electrical interconnect devices for the automotive industry; W.R. Rayson, a manufacturer of disposable paper goods; Ultrafoam, a manufacturer of polyurethane foam for office furniture; and Chloride Systems, a manufacturer of emergency lighting systems. The terrain in Pender County is basically flat and the soil has proven ideal for the county’s primary food crop, blueberries. Other agricultural products, which still form a substantial portion of the county’s economic base, include sweet potatoes, strawberries, tobacco, soybeans, peanuts, corn and grapes. Sod farms and nurseries are also evident in areas of the county. Pender County includes Topsail Island, one of North Carolina’s prized beaches. In addition, it includes miles of Intracoastal and inland waterways, such as the Cape Fear River, which has played an important role in the development of the county since the American Revolution, and the Black River, one of only two rivers in the nation considered pollution-free. Located in the Coastal Plains section of the state, Pender’s countryside is also enhanced by streams and brooks, natural lakes and ponds.

The following links provide information about the area.

Wilmington, NC  –
Wilmington Chamber of Commerce –
Wrightsville Beach –
Carolina Beach, NC –
Kure Beach, NC –
New Hanover County –
Brunswick County –
Pender County –
CLiCKwilmington –
Cape Fear Coast Convention – Visitors Bureau –


IMPORTANT NUMBERS (New Hanover/Wilmington, NC)

City of Wilmington – (910) 341-7806
Cape Fear Utilities – (910) 392-7929
Aqua Source – (910) 791-4404
New Hanover County – (910) 798-7162
Kure Beach – (910) 458-8216
Carolina Beach – (910) 458-8216
Wrightsville Beach – (910) 256-7935

Waste Industries – (910) 762-7563
Hanover Trash/A-1 Sanitation – (910) 791-4048
Waste Management – (910) 799-5256

Duke Energy – (800) 222-0300

BellSouth – (910) 780-2355 / (800) 757-2355
AT&T – (800) 222-0300
MCI – (800) 888-0800

Time Warner Cable
Wilmington and Wrightsville Beach – (910) 763-4638

Charter Communications
Carolina Beach and Kure Beach – (910) 458-4286

Piedmont Natural Gas
(800) 752-7504

Jenkins Propane
(910) 313-2900

Wilmington Star News
(910) 343-2391

New Hanover County
(910) 763-5431

Pender County
(910) 259-2187

Brunswick County
(910) 253-2900

Board of Elections – (910) 341-4060

1 Station Road – (910) 350-2005
2390 Carolina Beach Road – (910) 251-5747

2390 Carolina Beach Road – (910) 763-6752

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