This week’s Memory Monday entry comes to us from Mary-Ellen Bailey of Salisbury, North Carolina. Mary-Ellen stayed with Outer Banks Blue Realty Services recently at the “Vandermyde” property in Sanderling in the Duck area. You can tell by these photos that Mary-Ellen and her family enjoyed taking in the sights of the Outer Banks, but her dog really enjoyed the beach!
This week marks the unofficial beginning of the Summer season. Memorial Day is here (well almost), and the Outer Banks is ready for our summer visitors.
With the U.S. Housing Market struggling and recessionary fears lingering, one slice of the real estate industry is presenting great opportunities for investors: the vacation rental market. From the Sun Belt to the ski slopes, there are plenty of distressed seaside chalets and mountain dwellings waiting for buyers.
This week’s Memory Monday entry comes to us from Patty Smith of Yorktown, Virginia who was lucky enough to spot the Wild banker ponies of Corolla on her recent visit to the Outer Banks.
I just finished up a couple of advertisements for Outer Banks Blue Realty, located in Kitty Hawk NC. They are now the “Greenest Outer Banks Rental Company” and have been working very hard to eliminate the unnecessary and revamp the way business on the Outer Banks operates in conjunction with the environment. If you think about it, this really makes sense. Not that going green as a company doesn’t make sense everywhere, but it really applies to the relationship of businesses with this particular area. If you have ever been to the Outer Banks then you know why of course, it is beautiful and obviously an all-natural attraction for vacationers. The beaches are the main attraction for visitors, so why not help keep it that way? Keep the beaches, keep the local economy thriving, plain and simple.
This week’s Memory Monday entry comes to us from Shirley Fuller, of Lynchburg, Virginia who stayed with Outer Banks Blue Realty in 2009 at our Southern Shores vacation rental, the “Rum Runner”.
As we look around the Outer Banks this week on “Everything Outer Banks” we thought it would be appropriate to pass along to our readers the big news in Rodanthe this past week was the moving of the star of the movie “Nights in Rodanthe.” The iconic house known to locals as “Seredipity,” but to movie goers as “The Inn at Rodanthe” was moved last week.