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"How Hurricane Florence Might Affect Wilmington's Housing Market" - WilmingtonBiz.com

"As the first of Hurricane Florence’s winds began to bluster through Wilmington on Thursday afternoon, Tim Milam remained in his home in Autumn Hall off Eastwood Road. The president of Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage, one of the largest real estate firms in Southeastern North Carolina, Milam said his 19 offices throughout the Cape Fear region and beyond had closed Tuesday to allow employees to prepare for the storm. And while Hurricane Florence’s potential effects have put a halt to business for the time being, Milam said he doesn’t expect the area’s latest hurricane to have a major impact on home sales in the area, as long as there isn’t major damage..."

 

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