POH 2018

It’s a Wrap – Put a Bow on It!

The 26th Annual Outer Banks Home Builders Parade of Homes has now successful in the books. Some of the finest and most unique offerings we have ever been privileged to showcase were open for the four days of Parade. The panel of judges and touring public were most impressed by… Read more »

Building a Generational Shift

As mentioned in last week’s blog, our Association is experiencing a generational shift in leadership and participation. While we are not big on labels here, this is a nationwide phenomenon, and from our vantage point, we can say if the members we have are generally representative of the generation, our… Read more »

Through the Years – Turning the Pages of Time

1992 was the year. The sparsely populated development of Martins Point was the place. The very first Outer Banks Parade of Homes was opening in April. A small group of the “premiere builders” had gotten together to showcase their newly constructed homes in what would become a preferred, prestigious community… Read more »

Building Materials also Trend!

The “Old Nags Head” tradition of building functional and sturdy structures on pilings in the sand has withstood the test of time since 1855, when the first of the “Unpainted Aristocracy” cottages was built in what was then, and is now, a somewhat challenging environment. However, since those first summer… Read more »