The Outer Banks Home Builders Association serves as a professional trade organization dedicated to informing, educating and promoting a variety of sectors in the OBX building industry. This organization began in 1979 and grew to almost 639 members before the economic downturn in 2009. Today, over 400 OBHBA members live and work in the communities they serve and are committed to building better Outer Banks homes as well as better lives through community service.
Whether you are interesting in green building or implementing some green renovations, planning is very important. Maybe you prefer using sustainable materials or want to utilize the most energy efficient construction practices? Perhaps you want to look out for Mother Earth by reducing your impact on the environment and protecting existing ecosystems. Building a green home on the Outer Banks can also mean finding a balance between what means the most for the environment and your wallet.
The 24th Annual Outer Banks Parade of Homes kicks off on Thursday, October 6th and Stan White Realty & Construction will be a proud contestant. The yearly event held by the Outer Banks Home Builders Association provides the opportunity for members to showcase their residential work and meet prospective clients who are in the market […]
As a vacation rental homeowner, it is important to have your home stand out among the competition when visitors are searching for a place to rent. Renters want a place that feels like a getaway from their regular lives, so nicer, updated homes are going to be most appealing.