Integrity - Work Ethic - Success
Congratulations to Elizabeth Cloninger:
Pirate's Cove Realty's #1 Selling Agent Ranks in the Top 1% of All OBX REALTORS
Pirate's Cove Realty is so fortunate to have Smart, Hardworking and Dedicated Elizabeth Cloninger, owner of the Gamiel Team, working in our beautiful Pirate's Cove Realty office and community.
A North Carolina Native with an undergraduate degree from UNC – Chapel Hill and a Masters Degree from NCCU, Elizabeth entered the real estate industry in 2011. Since then she has worked diligently to learn our local market and gain the skills and knowledge necessary to help her clients with their most important financial decision of buying or selling a home. Currently ranked # 5 out of 462 agents in the Multiple Listing Service rankings of OBX Realtors, Elizabeth remembers how it felt to be at the bottom of the list when she first began. Her integrity and work ethic have lead to this huge success! And we are so proud of her!
Although Elizabeth services all of the Outer Banks, she concentrates on Pirate's Cove and knows our community “like the back of her hand”. She has totally revamped our Sales Department, introduced new training procedures, and with the cooperation of our Rental Department has assisted many buyers and sellers in their transactions with their primary home or investment property.
If you are thinking of selling your home or buying a new one, you'll want to work with Elizabeth or one of the other members of her team - Tammy Johnson, Kara Hartleben, and Tony Chirico. You won't find better representation or more real estate knowledge than what one of these fine Realtors will provide.
2017 is going to be a great year for Outer Banks and Pirate's Cove real estate sales – Get started now with Elizabeth Cloninger. She'll work smart and hard for your best interests because, in her own words, “Real Estate is my passion – I love what I do”.
This representation is based in whole or in part on data supplied by, and to the Subscribers of the Outer Banks Association of REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service. Information contained herein is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Data maintained by the OBAR MLS is for its own use and may not reflect all real estate activity in the market. Period 1/1/2014-12/16/2016
Dcember 2016 Pirate's Post
Outer Banks Seafood Festival tickets are now on sale from the July Pirate's Post
By Outer Banks Voice on July 13, 2016
The frestival is set for Oct. 15 in Nags Head. (Facebook)
Tickets are now on sale for the 2016 Outer Banks Seafood Festival, which will be held from 10:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15, at the Soundside Event Site in Nags Head.
Local bands set to perform include Out ‘n the Cold, The Crowd, Old Enough to Know Better and Mojo Collins & Triple Vision, along with Unknown Tongues of Gloucester, N.C.
“The Outer Banks Seafood Festival celebrates our local community, the great foods of our region, local music, arts and crafts,” said Mike Pringle, the festival’s chairman.
This year marks the fifth annual seafood festival, which allows visitors to sample menu offerings from a variety of local restaurants. About 9,000 people attended the 2015 festival, where 15 restaurants provided 16,000 plates of food.
“This event is a community partnership that showcases our area in the off-season,” Pringle added. “Businesses, restaurants, non-profits and government agencies partner with a team of over 200 volunteers to make the day a very special one.”
This year’s event includes a presentation of colors by the U.S. Coast Guard Station Oregon Inlet, educational exhibits, cooking demonstrations, children’s activities and more, including a chance to pick up a little “Outer Banks Brogue” from Ken Mann, a local, who will discuss the language of generations of Outer Bankers with a linguist from North Carolina State University.
General admission tickets for the festival are $5; children under age 12 are free with a paying adult. Tickets are available at Outer Banks Seafood Festival, at several local retail locations, and at the festival the day of the event.
Admission includes a free shuttle to and from the festival site, live entertainment, cooking demonstrations, educational programs, and marine life and boat exhibits. SeaBucks, the official currency of the festival, must be purchased to sample food and beverages.
For event updates, including restaurant menus, final entertainment schedules, shuttle routes and more, visit Outer Banks Seafood Festival.
"hidden Gem" from the June 2016 Pirate's Post