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Bill Albertson
Real Estate Broker/Real Estate Salesperson

Bill Albertson

Real Estate Broker Sales Associate
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347821 NC
Kill Devil Hills
Originally from Pennsylvania, my love for the Outer Banks began in the mid ‘80’s when my parents took our family on vacation to Nags Head. We continued that tradition each summer for many years. I quickly realized there was no better place than the Outer Banks!
When my wife Christy and I married in 1993 and eventually started a family, we introduced our two sons to the Outer Banks. Christy and I soon asked ourselves “why are we only spending one week out of the year on vacation on the Outer Banks?” With that, we bought our first home in Nags Head in 2011 and began to travel to the Outer Banks multiple times each year enjoying the holidays and spending more time in the off-season.
As a real estate agent, I look to help others achieve the same great feeling of either buying your first home on the Outer Banks as an investment, a second home, or making it your full time residence. My experience in making a big decision to buy our first home, moving full time to the Outer Banks and my knowledge of the area can help guide you along your journey to living the OBX life!
My mission is to strive to demonstrate the highest level of integrity and commitment to every client I work with, educating them on their journey toward purchasing their dream home and creating friendships along the way.
When not working with clients, you can find me on the beach, walking my Golden Retriever Daisy through the Village of Nags Head (she also loves the beach!), golfing or enjoying all that the Outer Banks has to offer with Christy and my son. We especially love the beautiful sunrises, sunsets, and the friendly people we have met along the way!
Are you ready to spend more than one week on vacation on the Outer Banks?

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