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Specials! Discounts on open properties next week! Oceanfront, pools & pet friendly properties are open! Spend the week at the beach! Carolina & Kure Beach Vacation, Events & Fun on Land! http://ow.ly/OLaUJ
Just reduced for the week of 6/27 –A Shore Thing- Ocean view house with private pool! More here... Just reduced for the week of 6/27 –Cabana 120- Oceanfront pool, close to boardwalk! More here... Just reduced $400 for the week of 6/27 –Kure View 201205213221 – Ocean views and pool! More here.
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Faced with a deteriorating ship's hull which, in places, is paper thin, officials of the USS North Carolina Battleship Commission announced Thursday the public phase of a capital campaign to fund what they term “imperative” repairs to the World War II vessel. The Generations Campaign goal is $17 million, Battleship North Carolina executive director Terry Bragg said at a news conference on the ship. Of that, $13.5 million will be needed for the repairs; the remainder will fund public education programming related to the World War II ship, which is the state of North Carolina’s memorial to the 10,000 state residents who died in that war. During the campaign’s quiet phase, the battleship commission solicited major gifts from private individuals and organizations, and to date has raised $10.7 million, according to Bragg. Repairing the rusting hull (a photo of one deteriorated area is at left) is a must, the director said, noting that the ship is not only an important part of history but also a major tourism draw in the southeastern North Carolina. Just in the past eight days, he said, about 12,700 people have visited the Battleship North Carolina. Bragg said that in 2009 the commission was notified by the U.S. Navy that it needed to either develop a viable plan for the future dry-docking of the vessel for repairs or plan for the ship’s eventual disposal. “Scrapping is not an option,” he said. http://ow.ly/OGtr4
Faced with a deteriorating ship's hull which, in places, is paper thin, officials of the USS North Carolina Battleship Commission announced Thursday the public phase of a capital campaign to fund what they term “imperative” repairs to the World War II vessel. The Generations Campaign goal is $17 million, Battleship North Carolina executive director Terry Bragg said at a news conference on the ship. Of that, $13.5 million will be needed for the r...
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Officials with Harris Teeter have submitted site plans to the Town of Carolina Beach for a long-awaited grocery store on the island. For the past several years, a sign that reads “Future site of Harris Teeter” has been on display on the property, at 1000 Lake Park Blvd., near the shopping center that houses Maxway and a what was once a movie theater. Last week, the town’s technical review committee reviewed the plans, which call for a 53,288-square-foot Harris Teeter on a 7-acre site on Lake Park Boulevard, according to Ed Parvin, the assistant town manager for Carolina Beach. “They’re on track to be at the planning board meeting in July. The meeting will be the second Thursday in July,” Parvin said. “Then the second Tuesday in August, it’ll go before Town Council.” Harris Teeter plans to open the store in the spring of 2017, Parvin said. Plans call for more than 5,000 square feet in expansion area, a pharmacy drive-thru window and a fuel center. Charlotte-based Barnes Development Co. is the developer on the project. http://ow.ly/OGaHz
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Winter may be over, but any damage it did to you deck could be lasting. Try these tips from the North American Decking and Railing Association for spotting damage winter snow, ice, and heavy rains may have done to your deck. Look for splitting wood or insect holes, especially where the deck attaches to the house, support posts, and joists under the deck. Use a screwdriver or ice pick to test areas exposed to water and parts of your deck that are constantly damp. If the ice pick can penetrate the wood or the wood is soft, that’s a clue the wood is decaying. Is the flashing that keeps water from collecting between the house and the deck still doing its job? If not, replace it. How do the nails, screws, or anchors look? Tighten loose screws, replace rusty ones, and pound back in nails that have popped up. Test the strength of railings and banisters. Read more: http://www.houselogic.com/news/home-thoughts/5-quick-steps-safer-deck/#ixzz3XYxzS958 http://ow.ly/ObLvC
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The Fourth Annual Fred Lynch Invitational wrapped up across the area on Wednesday, but lasting results from a memorable three-day event will be evident moving into the school year after Michael Jordan Gymnasium underwent a face-lift over the past few weeks, thanks to the brand and athlete for which the gym is named. Jordan Brand and Jumpman, which is owned by Nike to promote its Michael Jordan related merchandise, including the well-known and successful Air Jordan brand of basketball shoes, was in town to help make this year’s high school invite one to remember. With 50 high school basketball teams from across the state competing in the tournament, Monday’s opening ceremony featured a question-and-answer session with Fred Lynch, Laney’s athletic director, and Ruby Sutton, both of whom taught or coached Jordan. Celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, Jordan Brand paid to refurbish the gymnasium at Laney, adding new lighting, a fresh paint job and updated pictures of “His Airness,” which now hang on the walls inside the facility. “All the support we’ve received from the community and Jordan Brand helped make this year’s invite one to remember,” said Laney High School Basketball Coach Nathan Faulk. “It’s a very exciting time to be at Laney and very proud time to be a Buccaneer. Participation was great. The energy was great and we’re just very happy to be a part of it.” The renovations took about one week to complete as work wrapped up just in time for opening ceremonies at this year’s invitational. During the course of the invite, Jordan Brand also set up display cases with Jordan memorabilia from Laney, The University of North Carolina and the Chicago Bulls. http://ow.ly/OMsYR
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Tourists may not be spending as much in the rest of the nation. But that's not the case in North Carolina, state tourism officials say. According to figures released Tuesday by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, tourism and travel spending across the United States "decelerated" during the first quarter of 2015, growing at an annual rate of just 2 percent. That’s down from the 4.9 percent increase the nation saw in the final quarter of 2014. BEA attributed the decline to reduced spending on food services and drinking places and “all other transportation-related commodities.” BIZSPACE SPOTLIGHT SPONSOR LISTING Property Spotlight: Glenwood Plaza See All Bizspace Properties Meanwhile, North Carolina has seen no such slowdown. While figures that would allow an exact apples-to-apples comparison were not available, state tourism officials were able to provide data that showed the state is outperforming the national average in a number of ways. Scott Peacock, a spokesman for Visit N.C., says this year, demand for hotel rooms in North Carolina was up 4.9 percent as of April, compared to the 3.8 percent increase the rest of the nation saw over the same period. The North Central Region, which covers the Triangle area, was slightly ahead of the state average at 5 percent. That’s according to data collected by Smith Travel Research. http://ow.ly/OK99O
Tourists may not be spending as much in the rest of the nation. But that's not the case in North Carolina, state tourism officials say.
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CAROLINA BEACH, NC (WWAY) — Parking near the Carolina Beach Boardwalk will soon cost you. According to the Town of Carolina Beach’s Facebook page, new two-hour parking meters will be installed in the 100 block of Cape Fear Boulevard between Lake Park Blvd. and Canal Drive by May 15. These spots were previously marked as free two-hour parking, but the town says the change is to encourage customer turnover for local businesses in that area. http://ow.ly/OGtd3
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Wilmington-based Next Glass is partnering with a Raleigh national libations chain to offer a customized shopping experience for customers. Next Glass is a mobile app that scientifically predicts–by analyzing thousands of chemical elements–which beers or wine users will enjoy. Putting that data into use, Next Glass has teamed up with Total Wine & More to offer app users personalized deals on the bottles they’re most likely enjoy, according to a news release from the company. The roll-out hit five Raleigh area Total Wine & More stores earlier this week. The brainchild of 26-year-old founder and CEO Kurt Taylor, Next Glass launched its app in November, which, once downloaded, prompts users to rate some wines and beers they have already tried. Earlier this year, Taylor was named to Forbes magazine’s ‘30 under 30‘ list. Next Glass then compares their chemical taste preferences to its “Genome Cellar” to predict the next glass of wine or beer that each person will enjoy. Users can scan or enter the name of a wine or beer and get a personal rating before taking that first sip. http://ow.ly/Ogp62
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The woman says she saw the three-bedroom house listed for $1,200 a month on Craigslist, so she contacted the landlord and took a tour of the property. She and her boyfriend signed a lease, paid $2,400 in cash and received a receipt for the transaction. A day after the woman and her baby moved in, a real estate agent came to show the house. Gary Camarda, the real estate agent, told Orlando's WESH-TV this happens often. "It goes on all the time. A house sits, like this house, for four months vacant. Somebody comes along, sees it, comes in, takes some pictures and puts an ad on Craigslist advertising it for rent," Camarda told the TV station. "It's disgusting. I can't believe people are doing this to innocent people. This is a young couple with a baby." The family must vacate the home, and the woman said they lost all their money when they paid the false rent in cash.http://finance.yahoo.com/news/craigslist-rental-scam-leaves-family-120031891.html http://ow.ly/ObLpL
An alleged scammer is said to have posted a foreclosed home on Craigslist, advertising it for rent when it wasn't.
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The fact is, that in order for your existing home insurance policy to fully cover the property, you need to inform your insurance carrier that the property is being converted to a rental, and you are not occupying it as your primary residence. Your insurance company will then label it as a “Landlord Policy”, and ask you a few questions about the amount of coverage that you might need. Always Be Prepared Always Be Prepared Being a landlord can be a great way to make a living, but it is so very important that you make sure you’re completely covered if something goes wrong – even if the chances are remote. It’s essential to have the proper insurance policy in order to keep you from unnecessarily losing money or assets that may be impossible to recoup. Listed below are the most important clauses that you need to consider when creating/converting your Landlord policy. 6 Critical Clauses in a Landlord Policy 1. Dwelling Coverage w/ “Guaranteed Replacement Cost” Fire Damage Dwelling coverage is most basic type of home insurance, and if you don’t own your property outright, your lender will probably force you to have this type of coverage. Dwelling coverage insures just that, the dwelling. It will protect you against financial costs related to structural damage of your property. This typically covers structural issues, plumbing and gas systems, fixed appliances, cables and piping, internal fixtures and fittings, and outdoor items like exterior blinds and awnings. However, you should also consider getting “Guaranteed Replacement Cost” coverage – which will pay to replace/rebuild the property, even if the cost of building materials exceed the amount you were originally insured for. http://ow.ly/NVbEq
What you really need to know about a Landlord Insurance Policy for your home, and 6 "must-have" clauses to make sure your rental property / home is covered.
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206 Fayetteville Ave #2 Carolina Beach, NC 28428
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Forget the rest of the world-- even if just for the weekend. Spend your time on our sandy beaches, relaxing in one of our rental homes or under a harbor sunset. Bring your family, your friends, or just bring yourself. No matter what the occasion, the blue waters of Carolina Beach, Kure Beach and Fort Fisher will become unforgettable memories of your time spent in the sun and on the sand. Enjoy locally caught, fresh seafood and pristine beaches. Let Victory Beach Vacations help plan the perfect vacation accommodations for you. Come and experience the real beauty of coastal North Carolina, and finally learn how to really get away from it all !
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Victory Beach Vacation Rental Management is a company known for the superior management of vacation rentals in the Carolina Beach and Kure Beach area. When using Victory Beach Vacations as your vacation rental management company, you will benefit from large gross and net income numbers from your property! Your property will be professionally marketed and reach a massive audience of potential renters. 

Victory Beach Vacations shows up on the first page of Google for almost all searches and uses third party sites like VRBO.com, vacationrentals.com, and a1vacations.com to attract potential customers. Victory Beach Vacations has an enormous following of nearly 7,000 followers on Facebook and nearly 1,300 followers on Google+. Leave your vacation rental in the pro's hands and reap the rewards of having your rental taken care of and rented out consistently!

Carolina Beach, NC is located 14 miles SE of Wilmington, North Carolina (center to center). The town is part of New Hanover County. The population of Carolina Beach is 5,883. The beach is quiet and peaceful and not crowded... yet! During your stay in Carolina Beach, you can visit the Carolina Beach State Park and stay in one of the many vacation rentals or hotels on the Island. You can also enjoy fishing and boating in the Ocean or at the North End. If you are searching for nightlife - you won't be disappointed! Just to name a few, The Fat Pelican, High Tide Lounge, and The Lazy Pirate are sure to keep you entertained! The town also has several houses of worship including the First Baptist Church of CB, CB Presbyterian Church. Seaside Chapel, and St. Paul's United Methodist Church. From fresh seafood to a burger at the Ocean Grille and Tiki Bar, you are sure to enjoy your time at Carolina Beach! 

Kure Beach, North Carolina 

Kure Beach, NC is located only 3 miles south of Carolina Beach, North Carolina (center to center), basically merging together. The town is part of New Hanover County. The population of Kure Beach is 2,063. Kure Beach is sometimes referred to as a "sleepy beach town" that is growing in popularity and price! While there is a permanent population of approximately 1,500 residents, the town still functions like any normal town with municipal services and fire protection. The town features a few restaurants, but no commercial entertainment... it's the perfect place to get-away ... or stay if you love the slow pace of life! Kure Beach doesn't have the option to expand as it is completely surrounded with the Fort Fisher State Recreation Area and Historic Site, US Government owns the west side, Carolina Beach borders the north, and of course the beautiful Atlantic Ocean forms the east border. 

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Have always used Victory Beach Vacations, while staying at Carolina Beach, N.C. They are a great group of people that are honest, and care for their clients. I could write a full page about them! would never use any other realtor !!!! Lisa G. Sizemore
L Westmoreland
9 months ago
We have been using Victory Beach for the past five years. We have stayed in several of the properties but our favorite by far is the Sandcastle. The process to reserve the property is so easy and check in is quick! The staff that works there is always very nice and happy to see us. If we ever have a problem (which is something minor) they are always quick to send someone to fix it. The house is always neat and clean and we always enjoy our stay! We are looking forward to our stay next year!!!!!
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Response from the owner - 6 months ago
Thank you thank you!
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Craig McCue
7 months ago
We rented a beach side house this September and had an absolutely great time. It was a family reunion and the house and setting helped to make it a wonderful time. The house was everything it we expected and more. We are definitely returning next year and hopefully many more years to come
Response from the owner - 6 months ago
Thank you so much Craig, can't wait to have you back!
Maria Hicks
9 months ago
We stayed this past week ,we all enjoyed it,Victory Beach Vacations is the place to rent from, if you ever need anything they will always be there to help,they are a true blessing to our family,my family has rented from them for years and years, and our family will always continue to rent form them.we love Caroline,Buck Jenna and the gang.Thanks again for the great time .Debbie Seats and Family
Response from the owner - 6 months ago
We love you too Maria!!
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Tamara DiPalma
9 months ago
*****love...Love...L O V E***** We love it so much! So much that we have continued to stay at the same location (Victory Penthouse) for 5 years running. Accommodations are always super-clean and well prepared for our visit. The staff is very friendly, knowledgeable and ready to help! The best part is this...Victory Beach Vacations has dog-friendly rentals available! Bella, our golden retriever, thinks the V Penthouse is her second home...honestly, we feel the same way. Seriously, you should take some time off and Visit!
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Response from the owner - 6 months ago
Thanks for the kind words Tamara!
Devon Atkinson
9 months ago
#214 Cabana Dilapidated Master mastress with questionable stains on coverlet (eww) : hammock like sofa bed- unsuitable for even the most elastic teen spines:only three, inconveniently located power outlets to charge our modern day electronics( so forget working on your PC anywhere but the kitchen counter top, bath room sink counter or behind the couch, Shower head with three syringe-like like streams feeling like darts hitting your tender skin, - no batteries in the living room remote, strobe-like flickering of the lamp fixtures giving rise to a John Carpenter "Halloween" moment. Other than those highlights- the view was fabulous.
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Response from the owner - a month ago
Hi Devon, very sorry to hear you weren't pleased. Before guests check in we always send a property manager to check each unit to make sure it’s clean and in good condition, occasionally there may be something that the property manager can’t tell from inspection. For this reason upon check in we tell each guest to call us if there are any problems during your stay and we will come right out to fix it. We have never had any complaints about the mattress in the master, we notified the owners and they did replace it after you left. We advertise that sleeper sofas are for children, as they can be uncomfortable for adults. As we suggested a 2 bedroom would be more comfortable for you and your grown son, adults would be more comfortable sleeping in a bed not a sleeper sofa. The shower head was just replaced before you checked in and was malfunctioning, we are so sorry, in the future please call us and we will come right over to fix it. If there are ever any problems such as dead batteries or outlets not working just let us know, the GFI for the outlets had popped and was an easy fix. We want our guests to be happy and always do the best we can to fix any issues you may have. As discussed over the phone, Next time you stay with Victory please ask for the Manager and we will take wonderful care of you.
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Eric J Gerencir G-Force
a year ago
For 16 years we have been vacationing in Carolina Beach. For 15 of those years we have been using Victory Beach Vacations to rent the same unit year after year. We have never been disappointed. Check in and check out are seamless. Best of all - the unit is always clean and ready for our arrival. One year we had a maintenance issue, but it was taken care of easily that day and it didn't interrupt our vacation at all. We will always use Victory Beach and high recommend them to anyone searching for clean units and great customer service for their vacation experience.
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Response from the owner - 6 months ago
Love to have a long term Carolina Beach vacationer staying with us, thank you very much!
Pat Wallace
a year ago
We are so pleased that we discovered Victory Beach Vacations! We had never been to any beach in North Carolina before, but after our daughter's family moved to Georgia, the Carolina/Kure Beach area emerged as a half-way point for the 3 families to meet. Jenna and the Victory Beach team were so helpful in finding us a nice, clean house big enough for all of us, and within walking distance of beach, pool, and playground. The Victory Beach team also helped us to rent the cribs and other baby equipment that we needed for 4 toddlers. They made it so easy for us to enjoy a totally new destination. We'll be back next year!
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Response from the owner - 6 months ago
We are pleased to have discovered another great customer as well! Thanks Pat!