Real Estate

The Outer Banks of North Carolina is a chain of barrier islands stretching over 100 miles. From the northern 4wd beaches of Carova to the Island of Ocracoke, the Outer Banks offers something different and wide varying real estate market.

A home or properties proximity to one of the many great attractions found on the Outer Banks, could be a positive or negative depending on many factors.

Becoming familiar with the Outer Banks real estate market is a great first-step to buying on the Outer Banks. Even for long-time vacationers it is very valuable to become familiar with the inventory of available properties and general price ranges for the different areas.

Outer Banks Real Estate Report

Whether you are a current Outer Banks home owner or are looking to buy on the Outer Banks for the first time we have some excellent graphs showing the shape of the local real estate market. Below you will find current year to date market statistics for various towns along the Outer Banks.

If you would like additional research on a particular town of the Outer Banks, we have local expert Realtors from the 4wd beaches of Carova to Corolla, Duck, Southern Shores, Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills including Colington Harbour, Nags Head, Manteo, Hatteras Island, & Ocracoke.

This can go a long-way to becoming a successful Outer Banks home owner.

Outer Banks Towns

The towns of the Outer Banks are: Carova, Corolla, Duck, Southern Shores, Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills, Nags Head, Hatteras Island, Ocracoke, Manteo. Each town of the Outer Banks offers unique opportunities to own real estate. Finding a local agent is often invaluable when purchasing a vacation or investment home.

Outer Banks Homes by Community

Real estate in the Outer Banks, like many homes in North Carolina, is divided into communities. The communities along the Outer Banks vary on many things. A few important ones when buying a home can be: amount of home owners association fees, any home owners association restrictions on building, and any possible special assessment.

Some Outer Banks subdivisions offer premier amenities like indoor pool or trolley service. Others offer nothing more than a great location. Knowing all the possible benefits of each community is a key component of the Outer Banks buying process.