coastal real esatate: Want Stimulus? ~Cedar Bay Comes Alive!!~ Mayberry on the Outer Banks
- 02/25/09 08:51 PM
Historic Manteo is by far the coolest little Coastal Town in Northeastern North Carolina. There is an abundance of shopping,coffee shops, book shops, entertainment , watersports , fishing or just plain walking tours of Historic down town. When you come for a visit do not forget to check out the Lost Colony!
Baby boomers are popping up as new residents all over town. Some retiring early and some good and ready to settle in to coastal living at it's finest but using their new homes for weekend getaways until the time comes. Some are pleasantly surprised when they find that their new (0 comments)
coastal real esatate: January Stats - Outer Banks Opportunity at all time high & Fence getting uncomfortable
- 01/31/09 09:49 PM
January closes out on Outer Banks with 62 single homes under contract for the month. There may be a few that went under contract this weekend with paperwork pending.
There are currently 1997 single family homes on MLS - this means there is a 32 month supply of homes on the market as of today. There were 42 new listings posted over the weekend. Our absorption rate is three times the national average - Buyers delight!
34 single family homes closed in the month of January with seven of those being REO's. This means that REO's accounted for 20% of the market (2 comments)
coastal real esatate: Island Guesthouse Coastal Location & Occupation -Roanoke Island
- 11/04/08 07:58 PM
Roanoke Island and historic downtown Manteo has turned into one of the hottest micro - markets in this long skinny Island paradise we call the Outer Banks.
I predict Manteo to be one of the HOTTEST areas when baby boomers begin to really retire en-mass. Colingotn Harbor will be another hot spot to look for . The Historic Manteo waterfront wiil be the draw with all of the little shops , studious , the Theater , restaurants and coffe houses.
Jump across to festival park for concerts and you can get your museum fix while you are there.
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