Sandmark Mid Year Update 2020

Hard to believe we’re into August. Here is our Sandmark mid year update for 2020. We closed out November and December of 2019 with several exciting events including The North Carolina Home Builders Association Planning Retreat held right here on the beach. The Sanderling Resort were gracious hosts and the resort allowed us space to…

Dowdy Park Farmer’s Market

The 2020 Dowdy Park Farmer’s Market will be open from 9 am to 1 pm every Thursday in July and August. This schedule is subject to change due to issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Note – the park has limited parking. Additional parking is available next door at Nags Head Elementary School; however, spaces…

New Sandmark Custom Home: SEAVIEW

Completed for the 2020 summer rental season this custom home (Seaview) is a top rental with Carolina Designs. The home was built for two amazing couples that bought the old family beach home from their parents. They tore the existing older home down and created a new, beautiful home. This stunning Sandmark Custom Home features…

Face Coverings Required in North Carolina

In North Carolina, individuals are required to wear a face covering in indoor and outdoor public spaces where social distancing cannot be maintained. The state of North Carolina requires individuals to wear a face covering in public places. View State’s Executive Orders Here.  There are some exceptions to the requirement including for those dining in a restaurant,…

Build Your Dream Home

As a homebuyer, you will make countless decisions about what you want—and don’t want—in your dream house. With modern floorplans and technology, the ability to customize your home to your exact taste, and minimized maintenance requirements, there are so many reasons why home buyers decide to build their own home. At TowneBank Mortgage, we make…

Check Your New Flood Zone

In June the revised Federal flood maps were approved by Dare County. Currituck’s maps were approved late last year. Both of these maps were based on much more accurate elevations. As a result, many properties were designated as less likely to flood. This is good news because it should allow many homeowners the opportunity to…

Rates are Low, Mortgage Applications Up

As June began, we are optimistic that the housing market will continue to gain steam, despite April’s poor numbers. Existing home sales were rough in April, dipping to their lowest levels since July 2010 and showing a 17.2% year-over-year decline and a decline of 17.8% between March and April. The month of June on the Outer…