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North River Properties “Like New” Program

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North River Properties boasts over 27 years of expertise in constructing vacation rental homes on the Outer Banks, a tenure that underscores their deep understanding of the local market and its challenges. Originally focused on building new beach houses, they observed a significant issue: after a season of rentals, properties often deteriorated, impacting guest satisfaction and overall profitability.

In response, North River Properties innovated by forming a dedicated group of homes maintained to a pristine, “like new” standard year-round. This initiative not only aimed to set their properties apart from the competition but also aimed to ensure consistent guest satisfaction and maximize rental revenues. The immediate success of this approach demonstrated its financial viability, with revenues surpassing those of comparable properties.

Partnering with the Outer Banks Home Owners Association (OBHOA) Investor Group was pivotal. OBHOA focused on optimizing vacation rental investments by prioritizing property maintenance and guest experience over traditional metrics like size or proximity to the beach. Key OBHOA initiatives include the Certificate of Grade program, which provides guests with yearly reassessments of property conditions, and virtual walk-through tours, which eliminate uncertainties during the reservation process.

Crucially, North River Properties continues to build new homes while rigorously maintaining existing ones to uphold their high standards. This commitment ensures that homes within the OBHOA Investor Group portfolio remain competitive and appealing to guests, thereby securing long-term profitability for investors.

By combining construction expertise with a proactive approach to property management and guest satisfaction, North River Properties and OBHOA Investor Group have carved out a distinctive niche in the Outer Banks vacation rental market, offering both reliability and superior returns on investment.

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