What is it? Empty for a year, old bank will house realty office

By on April 7, 2019

Sitting vacant for the past year, the building that once housed the Nags Head BB&T at 201 West Seachase Dr. is getting new tenants.

On April 8, Village Realty will occupy the building, which is across U.S. 158 from the Nags Head Muncipal Center and just south of Outback Steakhouse.

“We are relocating our Association Management and Marketing departments,” said Dorie Fuller, vice president of administration for Village Realty.

Currently those departments are in the same building as the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicle License Office in Nags Head.

Village Realty, one of the larger realty companies located on the Outer Banks was founded in 1993 by Robert Oakes Jr.

Though it started off as a modest company functioning to oversee the Village of Nags Head, it has grown to have a sales division, marketing and offers vacation rentals, along with housekeeping and maintenance services.

“Our association management department handles between 70-75 HOAs from Corolla to Ocracoke to Hyde County,” said Fuller.

The association management department provides day-to-day accounting functions for property associations.

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tim

Are you sure you don’t mean 105 W Seachase? That is where the bank was. 201 W Seachase is the golf maint shop behind the fire dept.