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COVID-19 and the Outer Banks Real Estate Market
The real estate market is adapting quite well to the current restrictions and the Stay at Home order that is in place for North Carolina. We are fortunate that we are well acquainted with procedures to accommodate out of town buyers and sellers. With a...
How to Price Your Listing for Maximum Profit | Outer Banks Real Estate
Being a Listing Specialist requires a certain level of understanding of the local market statistics. Taking an in-depth look at the trends causing homes to sell is critical to knowing the big picture. In the chart presented below, we’ve broken down the relationship between the...
December Market Report Outer Banks Real Estate
This month I want to take some time out to explore from a linear perspective, why the Outer Banks market is still experiencing some challenges. Below you’ll find a snapshot review from 2005 in three-year increments to show how things have transitioned during this particular...
In working with Sellers today it’s very important to give them options and go through the various choices they have. After many listing presentations and conversations with other agents about their presentations, here are a few questions that every seller should seriously consider. Find An...
Outer Banks Real Estate Market Teaser Template | Two Chairs Overlooking the ocean
Currently, there are 2,421 (all) active properties for sale in our MLS area. 1,502 – Residential 852 – Land 67 – Commercial There are 415 properties in under contract status. This statistic represents 15.4% of all active and under contract properties. Overall inventory is up...
Is it time to reduce the asking price of your home? North Carolina Beach Scene
For what could be a million reasons, buyers don’t see the value of your home at or near your asking price. The reasons range from condition to location to size of the home to the curb appeal or lack of updates, etc. Whatever the reason,...
Tips For OBX Home Buyers
1. PRE-QUALIFICATION Before you do anything, talk to a lender and obtain a pre-qualification. It’s quick and painless and you will know exactly what you can afford. Pre-qualification allows you to negotiate from a possession of strength and confidence. Knowing how much you can spend...

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