New formula sinks Mid-Currituck Bridge, other local projects

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By Kip Tabb on July 20, 2014 The Mid-Currituck Bridge came close to being built. In May of 2012, officials issued a Record of Decision, the final step for a project first proposed more than 25 years ago. A plan was in place to pay for construction through a private-public partnership. All that remained was for the… Read more »

All-Cash Sales Up While Distressed Sales and Investors Decline

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Media Contact: Walter Molony / 202-383-1177 / Email (May 8, 2014) – Analysis of data collected for the Realtors® Confidence Index shows the market share of all-cash purchases is on the rise, despite declines in distressed sales and investor activity, according to the National Association of Realtors®. Lawrence Yun, NAR chief economist, said the findings are counterintuitive. “Distressed home… Read more »

Don’t miss a thing on the Outer Banks this Spring!

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Current, live information at your fingertips, updated daily! THE CHARMS OF CURRITUCK COUNTY by Laura Martier Corolla Wild Horses “Part of the charm of Currituck County,” says John Wiltgen, marketing program manager for Currituck Department of Travel and Tourism, “is that there are no chains or big box stores. It’s like stepping back in time…… Read more »