Rodanthe, NC Real Estate News

By Greg Cremia
(Shore Realty of the Outer Banks)
Sold Market Rodanthe Single Family Homes 2017   No. of Listings Dollar Volume Average Price Median Price Average DOM   RESIDENTIAL Other 2 $735,000 $367,500 $367,500 117 Conventional 15 $6,563,500 $437,567 $349,500 145 Cash 4 $1,370,000 $342,500 $361,000 187 Owner Finance 1 $290,000 $290,000 $290,000 14   Analysis By Area Rodanthe Oceanside 19 $7,920,500 $416,868 $349,500 138 Rodanthe Soundside 3 $1,038,000 $346,000 $321,000 178 Totals 22 $8,958,500 $407,205 $337,250 144   Non Co-op Sales 6 $2,848,500 $474,750 $520,000 111 Co-op Sales 16 $6,110,000 $381,875 $323,000 156 Total Sales 22 $8,958,500 $407,205 $337,250 144   Sold Market Rodanthe Condos 2017   No. of Listings Dollar Volume Average Price Median Price Average DOM   RESIDENTIAL Conventional 5 $1,351,900 $270,380 $325,000 179 Cas...
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By Greg Cremia
(Shore Realty of the Outer Banks)
    The data below outlines the sales activity for home sales in Rodanthe  during the first half of 2016. This information is supplied by the Outer Banks Association of Realtors. In the first half of the year, 14 homes were sold along with 2 building lots. Rodanthe is starting to break out of the doldrums that have been plaguing the community for far too long.If you are thinking about selling your home in Rodanthe, give us a call or click one of the links below to find out what we can do for you.      Sold Market Rodanthe          No. of Listings     Dollar Volume     Average Price     Median Price     Average DOM       RESIDENTIAL                   Conventional     12     $3,864,000     $322,000     $286,000     189                   Cash     2     $790,500     $395,250     $395,250   ...
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By Greg Cremia
(Shore Realty of the Outer Banks)
Do you find yourself asking, is the timing right to put my house in Rodanthe on the market right here in the middle of winter? The answer is simple, yes. Unlike other areas, where home sales peak and fall with the ebb and flow of the school system, home sales in Rodanthe are not restricted by families looking to relocate. Often, busy professionals find it more convenient to shop for an investment property during the winter when traffic and vacationers do not get in the way. Winter shopping for homes is restricted by the weather back home which sometimes keeps the buyers trapped up north.The graph below shows the number of homes sold in each month in Rodanthe from July 2014 thru July 2015. Winter sales in Rodanthe peaked around Jan 15 and then dropped off until February when sales began ...
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POC: Chris Sawin, Dare County Arts Council (252) 473-5558 dareartsinfo@gmail.com Chicamacomico Historical Association and Dare County Arts Council Announce New Historical Art Project: Local Artist Have Opportunity to Turn Shingles Into Art Outer Banks artists will have a unique chance to combine their creative talents with local history in the coming year as part of a joint venture between the Dare County Arts Council (DCAC) and the Chicamacomico Life Saving Station.Artists will be able to take the shakes from the historic lifesaving station and transform them into a work of art. “The idea is to make the shakes available to local artists who would paint them and donate their work as a fundraising project for DCAC and Chicamacomico Historical Association,” said John Griffin, president of...
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By Jean-Paul Peron, Carova Beach - Living & Working in 4-Wheel Drive
(The Outer Banks Real Estate Copmpany)
Serendipity, the house made famous in the move "nights In Rodanthe" was moved this past Monday to it's new home by the same company who moved the Hatteras Lighthouse. The county ordered the move for safety concerns and although it went to another ocean front lot in Rodanthe, it just won't quite me the same.
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By Matt Huband- OBX Realty Group-From Corolla To Hatteras, Working With Buyers and Sellers Since 2003
(OBX Realty Group)
For all of you that love the Outer Banks get out this weekend and see Nights In Rodanthe!!! My wife and I were lucky enough to be extras in the movie and while I did not make the big screen my wife did. We were part of an invitation only crowd to be a part of the Outer Banks premier. Check out my local movie review at my website www.HometownOBX.com or the Nights In Rodanthe blog post. Don't worry no spoilers will be revealed.
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By Matt Huband- OBX Realty Group-From Corolla To Hatteras, Working With Buyers and Sellers Since 2003
(OBX Realty Group)
In honor of the movie Nights In Rodanthe that was filmed on the Outer Banks, the Outer Banks Visitors Bureau has come up with self-guided walking tour. The tour will make for a great day trip on your next visit to the Outer Banks. To see the tour go to my website www.Hometownobx.com or to my Nights In Rodanthe Self-Guided Tour blog post.
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By Matt Huband- OBX Realty Group-From Corolla To Hatteras, Working With Buyers and Sellers Since 2003
(OBX Realty Group)
How exciting that a major Hollywood motion picture was filmed on the Outer Banks!! My wife and I were lucky enough to be extras in the movie!! We can't wait to see if we made into the movie or were left on the cutting room floor. Even if we don't make it just being close to Richard Gere/Diane Lane was good enough for my wife. It was amazing to see how a movie was made. The crew spent hours setting up a scene that would take only a few minuets to film. We were on the set from 3pm to 3am and were used in just about ever scene so we hope we made it in. The hours were long but for us and the rest of the locals it was an once in a lifetime experience!! Check out the film to see the wonderful shots of the Rodanthe area and the rest of the Outer Banks. Below is the article about the movie and ...
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