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Landfall has been named the "Best North Carolina Community of the Year"

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WILMINGTON | Landfall has been named the "Best North Carolina Community of the Year" for 2014 by Real Estate Scorecard. The website gathers online reviews from 244 master planned developments in North and South Carolina, Georgia, Florida and Tennessee.This is the first time Landfall has won the award."We see this as an award all of Wilmington can celebrate as we collectively work to build awareness about Wilmington outside of our region," said Steve Salzman, general manager of the Country Club of Landfall.Voting for the award took place late last year, and Landfall residents and Country Club members were able to leave online reviews.– Wayne Faulkner Reader comments posted to this article may be published in our print editionAll rights reservedThis

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