Buying on the Outer Banks

If you have ever visited the Outer Banks at least once in your life, you may be starting to plan a purchase to stay here more often … it’s just the effect we have on visitors. Come here, plan to stay.

However, I do strongly suggest you visit us often to get the real feel of the Outer Banks and plan on where on the OBX you would like to purchase your vacation home or permanent residence. There are many types of homes available on the Outer Banks within a variety of price ranges within our many different villages.

Each of our communities on the Outer Banks has its own distinctive personality and flare. You are doing yourself an injustice if you don’t visit all of them before you decide where to purchase.

Corolla, North Carolina is the northern most town of the Outer Banks. It is an unincorporated community situated just south of the Virginia/North Carolina line in Currituck County. Rich in history and full of tradition, Corolla is home to more than 100 wild Spanish Mustangs. The horses can be found on 12,000 acres in Corolla, north of populated areas. Approximately 500 permanent residents call the community home.

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Duck, North Carolina is a charming northern Outer Banks town that has a lot of personality and a lot to offer. Whether you’re looking to relax on the beautiful beaches or take a bike ride through the quaint downtown area to check out the local galleries and boutiques, world-class eateries, luxurious spas and outdoor activities, there’s no shortage of ways to spend your time in Duck.

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Southern Shores
Southern Shores, North Carolina is a beautiful town, with much of the natural vegetation left intact, and has a marvelous stretch of beach with low-density oceanfront development. Southern Shoers beach accesses are not public; only residents and vacationers staying in the area are allowed to use them. The soundside of the town offers dense maritime forest vegetation and canals leading to the sound.

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Kitty Hawk
Kitty Hawk is located in the geographic center of the Outer Banks, Kitty Hawk offers access to golf, fishing, mini golf, restaurants, nightlife, fine dining, shopping and movies. Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the East and the Albemarle Sound to the West, Kitty Hawk is a water enthusiast’s paradise.

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Kill Devil Hills
Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina is the oldest township on the Outer Banks and was the sight of the Wright Brothers historic first flight. The town of Kill Devil Hills is book-ended by the towns of Kitty Hawk and Nags Head. Family-oriented with many activities for all ages, including kite flying, surfing, kayaking, windsurfing, sunbathing, air flight tours, shopping, restaurants and more.

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Nags Head
Nags Head, North Carolina was named #1 family-friendly beach by TripAdvisor®. Home of the east coast’s largest sand dune, the area features attractions, shops, restaurants, night life, water sports and more. Jockey’s Ridge State Park is the perfect spot to fly kites, hang glide or sand surf. Close to Roanoke Island, historic Manteo and Oregon Inlet.

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There is a home priced for any budge on the OBX from an “inside” lot to an Oceanfront lot – either way, you are not far from the water at any point on the islands. It’s best to contact me for a list of homes that matches your price range and needs.