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Sunday, January 8th, 2012 at 9:27pm. 492 Views, 0 Comments.
9 Soundview Trail - Southern Shores
There are not many settings like this one......a high bluff, set up on the sound front of exclusive Southern Shores, this incredibly well maintained little get away awaits you! Open floor plan boasting views that will blow you away! This Coastal Contemporary home has a relaxing flow to it......decks flow easy, too....imagine 40 feet above the sound, overlooking the beautiful west skyline where it meets the sound......sun setting, kicking back and taking it all in. There is plenty of space for you and the family to enjoy in this well built home. The quantity of windows almost makes it feel like you are outside! This type inventory is a rarity......check it out. Learn more
Monday, November 21st, 2011 at 7:47pm. 447 Views, 0 Comments.
Nags Head offered a carnival as part of its 50th birthday celebations. The Outer Banks Voice is reporting, The Dare County Tourism Board’s Windmill Point Committee is discussing details for a carnival by Boardwalk Attractions from mid-June to mid-August.
Monday, September 5th, 2011 at 12:31pm. 183 Views, 0 Comments.
The Coinjock Ruritan Society will be hosting the 8th annual Currituck Wildlife Festival, Saturday September 10th 10am-5pm and Sunday September 11th from 10am to 4pm. Featuring local and national decoy artists, wildlife paintings and local food and deserts.
Wildlife Festival will be held at the Currituck High School in Barco. 4203 Caratoke Highway, Barco. Admission is $5 per person.
For more information you can visit the Currituck Wildlife Festival Facebook page.
Tuesday, August 9th, 2011 at 5:10pm. 187 Views, 0 Comments.
Here is a great article on BlueRidgeNow.com about kayaking on the Outer Banks. My favorite line from the article was, "I did appreciate the wide-open wild nature of the banks, but didn’t as much like the wind that sent sand into every corner of the tent that night." Anyone who has camped along the Outer Banks especially on some of the NPS oceanfront campgrounds like Ocracoke, has dealt with the wind. Though the wind can be bad, it is much preferred to no wind.
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Sunday, April 3rd, 2011 at 6:00pm. 535 Views, 0 Comments.
We have made it easy to find the newest homes for sale in the Outer Banks. Just check out back often, as it is updated daily with the homes listed in the last week.
If you prefer to speak with one of our agents give us a call at 866 999 3565.
Friday, January 21st, 2011 at 4:00pm. 436 Views, 0 Comments.
Here is an excellent recap from the Outer Banks Voice on the Town of Nags Head's proposed tax changes.
Nags Head sets hearing for new tax districts
Nags Head is moving forward with setting up two municipal service districts to help pay for beach nourishment.
Establishing the oceanfront districts, where property owners will pay higher taxes, will create another option for paying off a $10 million bond.
The town’s preference appears to be using money from a special oceanfront assessment, but so far a petition drive asking oceanfront property owners to agree to it has not met all the legal requirements.
Since the Board of Commissioners has decided to use its annual share of occupancy revenue to guarantee the bond, it would…
Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010 at 5:12pm. 214 Views, 0 Comments.
From the Outer Banks Visitors Bureau....
15th Annual Turkey Trot 5K
A great warm up for your Thanksgiving Feast! The Turkey Trot will be starting on Scarborough Lane in Duck. For runners and spectators there are plenty of finish line full of post race festivities! Runners and walkers of all abilities and ages are welcome.
Tuesday, November 16th, 2010 at 5:24pm. 193 Views, 0 Comments.
October was an interesting month for home sales in the Outer Banks. October was the second straight month with over 100 homes sold. This is an encouraging factor for those looking to sell their Outer Banks home.
An interesting change we saw was distress homes sales, foreclosures and short sales, accounting for only 31% of all residential sales. This is down from over 40% in August and September.
We are continuing to see the total inventory of available homes decline. As the number of homes decline we are also seeing the absorbtion rate go down.
There are some strong signs that the real estate market in the Outer Banks is recovering. From all reports the summer was an impressive year for tourism on the Outer Banks. Both of…