Outer Banks Investors Webinar


If you are looking to learn more about buying or investing in a home on the Outer Banks, sign up for our September 15th Webinar.  Our team will be covering plenty of relevant topics.     

The webinar topics will include, foreclosures, short sales, flood insurance and generating rental income. 

Signup for the September 15th webinar or for more information 866 777 3948.

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This amazing Kill Devil Hills foreclosed home was built in 2004 and offers a spacious, 2074 heated s.f.  Though it is bank owned this 4 bedroom, 3 bath home is in good to great condition!  Home is priced well below its tax value of $309,200.  Home also offers Wainscoting, cathedral ceilings, upgraded light fixtures, hardwood flooring and more!

For more information call the, Outer Banks foreclosure specialist - Dee Taylor - 252 581 0013


Kill Devil Hills Foreclosure - 2011 Yorktown Street



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It was definitely was a hot month on the Outer Banks.  The hottest one in a while it seems.  July was an interesting month for real estate on the Outer Banks.  The real estate market continues to be dominated by foreclosures and short sales.  It will be interesting to see how long it continues.    


July Real Estate Highlights

  • Foreclosures made up 27% of all sales
  • Median sold single family price of $301,000
  • 93 homes were sold in July
  • Kill Devil Hills had the most homes sold at 23
  •  Homes under $500,000 continue to sell the fastest
  • 15 condominiums were sold in the month of July

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Dee Taylor's - Outer Banks Home of the Week

From Dee: Located in the 55+ community of Waterside Villages; a bank owned condo with wonderful sound views! Immaculate condition, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 walk-in closets, appliances included and a two sided fireplace to enjoy. This is a gated community with a large club house, pool, and tennis on site. Home is priced at $139,900.  For more information give me a call directly at 252 581 0013 -Dee.  


Waterside Villages of Currituck



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Surfing For Autism is an autism/asperger’s awareness event August 14th on the Outer Banks of NC. Local surfers are partnering up with children who have autism/asperger’s and introduce them to paddling, surfing, and a new way to have fun in the sun. If you’d like to register your child , click here. Check the Autism Society of NC’s website to learn more about autism, the importance of early intervention, parental support, and the latest research concerning this wide-spread disorder.

The local OBX Chapter of the NC Autism Society meets regularly, providing support to caregivers and educators, and promoting autism education throughout the community. Visit their website to find out how to become more involved locally.


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Here is an excellent find.  4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, and 1 partial on a 20,000 square foot lot.  This Corolla foreclosed home is located in the much sought after community of Whalehead and offers ocean views.  

For more information on this home give us a call at 866 777 3948.  


1040 Lighthouse Drive



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NC businesses see Outer Banks tourists returning
August 04, 2010 08:47 EDT


sunset_on_the_outer_banks CURRITUCK, N.C. (AP) -- Tourism traffic is up and so are vacation bookings along North Carolina's Outer Banks.

The Daily Advance of Elizabeth City reported Wednesday that hotel and real estate managers say tourists have been back this summer after financial worries led many families to cut back on vacations last year.

Currituck Tourism Director Diane Nordstrom says heavy traffic on weekends is one indicator that tourism is returning to normal. She says another is that most vacation homes and hotels are near capacity.

Ross Twiddy of Twiddy Realty says vacation bookings got off to a slow start this spring, but picked up…

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