SAGA Realty and Construction is “dramatically” increasing the size of its real estate sales team and moving into a brand new sales building in Kitty Hawk.
“Our agents are enjoying the very busy real estate market across the board, both in selling new construction and assisting sellers and buyers with existing home inventory – our unique set up allows for a lot of flexibility and considerable growth,” sales director Debbie Gabbert said in a news release. “We are excited to be able to bring more interested agents on board.”
SAGA, the largest developer and home builder on the Outer Banks, has created a number of popular planned communities over the past 15 years. With the 2020 and 2021 real estate market on fire, and a renewed demand for new construction, the company is looking for more agents to join the team.
“It’s not just our communities clients are building in, we have the capability to build one of our tried and tested Outer Banks custom home plans on any lot on the Outer Banks – even those with existing, aging run-down home,” said Tammy Aycock, SAGA’s principal broker-in-charge. “There’s no limit to what clients can do when working with SAGA and we are lucky to have the experience to overcome most any hurdle that comes up in the process – a reason many buyer’s agents find it easy to work with us too.”
The new sales office is located at 6445 N. Croatan Highway, at the base of the Wright Brothers Memorial Bridge as you enter the Outer Banks in Kitty Hawk.
“We are so fortunate to not only be a sales firm but to have many years of experience working with wonderful architect and interior design partners, including our own in-house team.Working with many talented colleagues and local craftsmen, we were able to create a beautiful space in a prime location easily-accessible to our clients in Dare and Currituck counties,” said Gabbert.
Interested agents should call Debbie Gabbert at 252-305-3090 for a confidential interview.
For more information visit their website at www.HomesBySaga.com or call 252-301-3090.
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