Landfall Realty gives back
When it comes to New Years Resolutions everyone thinks to make resolutions for themselves, but what about your home? HGTV has come up with 5 resolutions to follow in 2019 that will keep your home organized, clean, and ready for the spontaneous summer cookout.
One of the least expensive ways to improve your home is to get rid of the clutter. Clear out the cabinets and drawers of the extra stuff that you do not need and utilize the extra space to get organized. Also, this a good time to donate any old clothes you no longer wear to make room for the new clothes you have received during Christmas.
When it comes to home improvement people often think of remodeling and organizing, but keeping your home safe is another important task. Check for radon in your house and purchase a carbon monoxide detector, both of these will prevent adverse health affects, potentially even death, that is caused by these clear odorless gases. You can even make small improvements by removing the lint from the dryer every time you run it.
You can save money on energy bills by turning your heat down while you sleep at night, installing LED light bulbs, only run the washing machine when you have a full load, and water your yard less.
When you clean your house often you can keep the mess manageable and it will be not be as big of process every time you clean. A few tips HGTV recommends include, place your dirty dishes in the dishwasher every night, focus on one type of cleaning at a time (ex: dusting, cleaning windows, vacuuming), keep all of your cleaning products in a portable carryall that you can bring with you from room to room.
An inexpensive way to make your home appear more finished is to add plants to a room, they bring in new energy and are great decorations. Additionally, adding a new accent color can freshen up a room.
For more on these 2019 resolutions for your home visit HGTV’s article, https://www.hgtv.com/design/decorating/clean-and-organize/5-new-years-resolutions-for-your-home.
Thanks to all our dedicated Homeowners’ Association staff, Landfall is well on its way to recovering from Hurricane Florence. Workers predict that all tree debris removal should be completed within the next 3 weeks. The benefits of being a self-contained community resulted in a quick recovery as our COA began immediate clean-up efforts. Flooding in Landfall was restricted to streets that had clogged storm drains and not from storm surge or breach of Wrightsville Beach or other barrier islands. Many Landfall residents stayed in their homes sharing their generated power with neighbors, and almost everyone else has now returned home. Communication with our owners before, during and after the storm from our COA by email and phone messages has been and continues to be outstanding. All Landfall property owners had power within 48 hours after the peak of the storm, and internet services were restored shortly thereafter. Dozens of Landfall residents have volunteered to feed and care for visiting responders at various locations around Wilmington. Spirits are high with an outpouring of good will towards the rest of our less fortunate neighbors throughout other areas of North Carolina and South Carolina.
We at Landfall Realty are back in the office, working with our customers to facilitate transactions that were pending at the time of the storm. We are also ready to help our existing clients with any issues they may have relating to their Landfall properties and homes. We feel truly blessed to live and work in a community so well organized and funded that was proven to be relatively safe from tidal waters.
Gorgeous golf courses are one of the best parts about living in Landfall. 45 holes of championship golf designed by the legendary Pete Dye and Jack Nicklaus make Landfall stand out as a premier gated community. With breathtaking views of the Intracoastal Waterway, marshlands, and numerous lakes along the way, these golf courses are picturesque. Adding to the experience are the two clubhouses, which serve lunch, dinner, and host frequent events.
There are numerous exciting golf tournaments coming up at the Country Club of Landfall. This Friday is the Men’s One-Day Member Guest, which is being played on the Nicklaus Course. Then, in September there is the Men’s Senior and Super Senior Club Championship on the 8th and 9th, Men’s Ryder Cup on the 15th and 16th, Ladies’ Club, Senior Club, and Net Club Championships on the 19th and 20th, and the Couples Club Championship on the 29th and 30th. Finally, on October 1st the Men’s Scratch Match Play Championship is taking place.
Young families make up a large portion of Landfall’s residents and the Country Club of Landfall’s members. With the school year ending, the Country Club of Landfall offers numerous programs for the kids to keep them active and entertained all summer. One of the most popular is Camp Landfall. The camp offers 4 sessions throughout the summer to fit around your schedule and vacations. Camp Landfall is Monday thru Friday from 9am until 3pm for ages 6 and up. Activities during the day include group games, water fights, swimming, theater shows, outdoor planting projects, and exciting field trips. Additionally, there is a Junior Camp Landfall for children ages 3-5 years old. This camp also lasts Monday thru Friday but starts at 9am and ends at 12pm. The Junior Camp Landfall has educational and play activities, walks to the park, circle time, arts and crafts, stories, snacks, and more.
Also, there are golf and tennis camps all summer, which you can find out more about by contacting the golf shops or Sports Center. Then on June 13-17 from 9am until 3pm the Country Club of Landfall has a Star Quest Space Camp where attendees will learns about the solar system and participate in hands on experiments. Beginning June 21st there every Tuesday-Thursday from 1:30-3:30pm there will be cooking and crafting classes offered. For all the kids who love to swim there is a Specialty Mermaid Camp being offered for two sessions. This morning camp includes crafts, learning about the ocean, and swimming. To sign up for any of the camps call the County Club of Landfall.
Tomorrow, February 9, is the Landfall Realty Real Estate Forum. Starting at 5:00pm, the forum will be hosted by Landfall Realty General Manager, Ken Kirkman at the Country Club of Landfall. Ken will be giving an update of the real estate market in Landfall, Wilmington, and the surrounding area. All property members and club owners are welcome to attend and have their questions answered. Complimentary beer, wine, and cheese will be provided by, Landfall Realty and Chris Hutchens of Guaranteed Rate.
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Located along the beautiful coastline of Wilmington, North Carolina, Landfall is a community that truly has it all. From gated-access luxury homes and championship golf courses to social fundraising events and country club enjoyment, Landfall is the premier residential community on the East Coast. Discover the Landfall experience and join the legacy with Landfall Realty today!
All of us at Landfall Realty wish everyone in Landfall and elsewhere a very happy, healthy and prosperous 2013. We at Landfall Realty have been blessed with a recovering real estate market in 2012, with sales up and interest increasing. Even better, we see no reason that 2013 will not be even better! We already have our first sale of the year.
Many thanks to those Landfall residents who have utilized our services over the many years during which we have been fortunate enough to provide specialized sales and marketing expertise to Landfall. And thanks to all those residents who recognize that we are a great source of information about Landfall, even if one is not involved in a purchase or a sale. As we continue to participate in many Landfall functions throughout the year, we look forward to continued interaction with our friends and neighbors.
If you haven’t visited our new offices by the Drysdale gate, stop in, We always enjoy a quick visit from our friends.