Top-rated lgbtq agents in wilmington

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Jimmy

Jimmy - Gay Realtor

A North Carolina native, Jimmy is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He and his husband have been residents of Wilmington either full or part time since 1999. Jimmy began is real estate career in 2006 and has consistently ...read more
Michael

Michael - Gay Realtor

When I bought my first house over 15 years ago I had no more of an idea at the end of the transaction how the purchase of a home worked than I did before I started. I was told to sign here sign there, be here then and go there on that day. Though the ...read more
Buffy

Buffy - Gay Friendly Realtor

My approach to client service is “I provide, you decide”. You set the pace and the parameters. I'll dig for details and present you with options. With years of experience guiding clients through the buying and selling process, I’m ready to help ...read more

Wilmington News

Wilmington’s Top LGBT Neighborhoods and Home Prices
The port city of Wilmington, North Carolina, is home to more than 250,000 people. The city sits on the Cape Fear River and has some beautiful riverfront property, plus part of the city is also near the Atlantic Ocean.  Wilmington is one of the oldest cities in North Carolina, so it’s home to some very beautiful historic homes. The gay district of Wilmington is found in the downtown area, specifically along Castle Street. This is where the city’s LGBT center can be found, the first ...more
Gay Realtor Wilmington-North Carolina | Real Estate
The port city of Wilmington is located on the coast of southeastern North Carolina. As of 2010, the population of Wilmington was 106,476 and it is considered the eighth most populated city in the state of North Carolina. The climate in the area is considered to be a humid sub tropical. The winters are considered mild and very rarely see snowfall. Spring is the longest season and temperatures generally range from 70-80 degrees Fahrenheit. The summer is very humid and temperatures can reach over 100 ...more
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