Lisa Sledzik
Landfall Tradition

Fresh off the heels of the uber successful 2010 NCAA Women’s Golf Championship, The Country Club of Landfall and The University of North Carolina at Wilmington are hosting The 2010 Landfall Tradition this weekend.  The National Collegiate Golf Invitational, in its eighth year, kicks off today with a College-Am Tournament followed by a reception, dinner & awards ceremony but the real action starts tomorrow at 8:30 am on the Dye Course.  Featured in this year’s competition are 18 of the top women’s golf teams in the country!  Wilmington and Wrightsville Beach temperatures are forecast to be in the high seventies under Carolina blue skies~ conditions could not be better!


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While I much prefer to comment on fun things like community events, restaurants & the retail scene, given that this is my inaugural appearance as a guest blogger for Century 21 Sweyer, I feel I better contribute something real estate oriented!  While I will probably shy away from such commentary in the future, I’ll go out on a bit of a limb right now and say I think the worst of the less than stellar market conditions might be behind us.  Having been a homeowner and ‘in the business’ for more than 20 years, I have experienced a fair amount of market ups and downs. At this moment, from one end of the east coast to the other, I have 3 family members that are either currently under contract for or are actively pursuing real estate purchases.  This may sound trivial but it is definitely representative of what seems to be happening locally as well. While it remains to be seen exactly what the foreclosure fiasco will bring, it appears that buyer sentiment is shifting. It is way to early to call but as it has been said a million times, ‘attitude is everything’!


Ciao and have a great weekend!!