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Currituck asked to help pay for span “There’s certainly a level of frustration that has built up with the struggle of trying to get the project to advance.-” Dan Scanlon Currituck County manager By Cindy Beamon Staff Writer Tuesday, December 10, 2013   CURRITUCK — State transportation officials apparently have suggested Currituck contribute county dollars… Read more »

Yet another Reason to invest in Outer Banks Real Estate…#1 Family Beach Vacation USA!

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Best Family Beach Vacations in the USA Why worry about going abroad when you can spend your vacation enjoying the sun and the sand here in the good ol’ USA? Some of the world’s best beaches are just a hop, skip and a jump from your own backyard. Whether it’s the cool shores of Malibu, the… Read more »

Lots of events in Corolla for the Holiday Season!

Posted by & filed under Outer Banks Activity, Outer Banks News. Upcoming Events Events List Navigation November 2013 Christmas in Corolla November 29 @ 6:00 pm – November 30 @ 9:00 pm Whalehead in Historic Corolla,  1100 Club Rd Corolla, NC 27927 United States + Google Map Experience the beauty of Whalehead  aglow in the splendor of a 1920’s Christmas. Holiday music and candles set the mood for a tour that… Read more »

Home prices continue to climb

Posted by & filed under Luxury Real Estate, Outer Banks Activity, Outer Banks News. Home prices continue to climb By Chris Isidore  @CNNMoney October 29, 2013: 9:28 AM ET NEW YORK (CNNMoney) Home prices posted the largest annual gain since housing bubble days in August, although the month-over-month gain slowed for the fourth straight month. The closely watched S&P/Case-Shiller home price index increased 12.8% from a year earlier, the biggest… Read more »

FHA will keep lending during shutdown

Posted by & filed under Outer Banks Activity, Outer Banks News.   By Les Christie  @CNNMoney September 30, 2013: 4:18 PM ET NEW YORK (CNNMoney) Applications for all government-backed mortgages will continue to be processed during a government shutdown, according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. HUD originally said on Friday that it would stop working on applications for loansguaranteed by the Federal Housing Administration… Read more »