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l0a70df44-m1rThe Outer Banks is WONDERFUL in the fall!!

The weather here is still warm!! Well, mostly ….. The crowds of the summer have gone home so traffic is better, shorter lines (if any) for fun activities like walking around our Lighthouses, ocean water sports (yeah, it’s a little chilly), or even watching the wild horses. The beaches are the best during this time – again – less crowded. Bike rentals are available, too! Fishing is also considered “good” during the fall, in fact some call it legendary. AND rates are lower in the fall than during the summer! Do you like to golf? The Outer Banks sports some of the best courses around! But the BEST reason to come to the Outer Banks in the Fall?

Look for your new home!!

Fall is a great time to buy your 1st, 2nd or Vacation home on the Outer Banks! Right now the market is still going pretty well …. Condo sales are up 5% over last year with single family homes only 8% higher than last year. Call me today to see how you can purchase your Outer Banks home this fall to enjoy now – for the Holidays and on into next Summer!

 *Median Sale Price  *Median Sale Price Difference between 2013 and 2014
Corolla 2013 $480,000.00 2014 YTD $480,000.00 0%
Duck 2013 $499,900.00 2014 YTD $505,000.00 1%
Southern Shores 2013 $420,000.00 2014 YTD $438,000.00 4%
Kitty Hawk 2013 $261,000.00 2014 YTD $276,00.00 5%
Colington 2013 $215,000.00 2014 YTD $218,000.00 1%
Kill Devil Hills 2013 $214,500.00 2014 YTD $231,250.00 8%
Nags Head 2013 $335,000.00 2014 YTD $350,000.00 4%
Hatteras Island 2013 $285,000.00 2014 YTD $262,500.00 -8%
Roanoke Island 2013 $222,000.00 2014 YTD $260,000.00 17%
Currituck Mainland 2013 $197,000.00 2014 YTD $208,000.00 6%
*Median Sale Price is the middle price in a range of property sales. And 2014 figures are YTD.
Median Home Price Changes by Community

Data Obtained from the Outer Banks Association of REALTORS(R): June 11, 2014

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