Outer Banks Real Estate

 

The Outer Banks is a great place to live or own a second home.  Oceanfront and sound front homes cost a little more but are great investments for rentals.  Consider the primary purpose of your home when choosing a location.

If you're thinking about investing in a home on North Carolina's Outer Banks, see our list of Real Estate Sales & Developers in our Chamber Business Directory. 

Also use the directory for other professionals services you might need from builders and mortgage lenders to attorneys, appliance, flooring and home furnishings stores, landscapers, and more!

Sold Statistics

TOTAL SOLD RESIDENTIAL UNITS
Outer Banks NC Association of REALTORS MLS

                      2016 Median Price $328,000 - Total Units Sold 529 (as of 5/31/16)

2015  Median Price $325,000 - Total Units Sold 1,350

2014 Median Price $299,000 - Total Units Sold 1,295

2013 Median Price $299,000 - Total Units Sold 1,295

2012 Median Price $312,750 - Total Units Sold 1,324

2011 Median Price $280,000 - Total Units Sold 1,181

2010 Median Price $310,000 - Total Units Sold 1,299

2009 Median Price $295,000 - Total Units Sold 1,120

2008 Median Price $335,000 - Total Units Sold 1,043

2007 Median Price $365,000 - Total Units Sold 1,226

2006 Median Price $395,000 - Total Units Sold 1,235

2005 Median Price $427,000 - Total Units Sold 2,082

2004 Median Price $386,000 - Total Units Sold 2,348

2003 Median Price $325,000 - Total Units Sold 1,952

2002 Median Price $290,000 - Total Units Sold 1,971

2001 Median Price $205,000 - Total Units Sold 1,648

2000 Median Price $185,000 - Total Units Sold 1,498

 

The Outer Banks Association of Realtors has a number of MLS and Area Statistics: http://outerbanksrealtors.com/realtor-tools/mls-area-statistics/ 

 

 

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