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The Outer Banks is slowly starting to recover from Hurricane Dorian. Monday morning's thunderstorm brought more flooding to the area, there are still some areas without power (mainly Hatteras and Ocracoke), and there has been several cable, phone, and internet outages for all of the...
Dare and Currituck Counties both provide text alerts so that you can stay up to date on the latest information during emergency events such as mandatory evacuation orders, flooding, wildfires, hurricane advisories, traffic disruptions, post-disaster information, etc. Currituck County Text Alerts Currituck County includes Corolla,...
If you purchased travel insurance and your vacation stay dates are affected by a Mandatory Evacuation, please use the below link to file a travel insurance claim: Submit a Claim https://trippreserverclaims.com/claims/specialevent Guest’s Trip Interruption claims will be expedited when completing and submitting their claim through...
Here's what to do if a hurricane or tropical storm is approaching during your vacation. You want to stay informed, secure the home, be prepared, and listen for evacuation orders. Beach Realty will keep you updated of any changes or evacuation orders. Stay tuned to...
Selling Your Home
The Outer Banks Real Estate Market is still recovering from the bubble that started bursting around 2008. There were 1,970 total residential home sales in 2018. We expect that number to be about the same for 2019. While things are starting to stabilize here, it...

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