Village Realty Names Top Producing Outer Banks Real Estate Agents for 2011

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Matt Myatt is Outer Banks Real Estate company Village Realty’s 2011 Sales Agent of the Year. Myatt closed 47 transactions totaling over $11 million dollars. This is the third year in a row he has won this award.

Village Realty OBX Sales Agent of the Year

Matt Myatt ~ Village Realty Sales Agent of the Year

I get asked a lot about my secret to success. It's simple...I am always available to clients and I know the Outer Banks real estate market. Most of all, I love what I do and I think that shows.

For the third consecutive year, Matt Myatt has been named the Village Realty Outer Banks Sales Agent of the Year.

Myatt, a senior associate broker in Village Realty’s Corolla office, closed 47 transactions totaling over $11 million in sales for 2011. Myatt was also named Agent of the Year in 2009 and 2010. To date for 2011 he has been named Corolla office Sales Agent of the Month six times.

Other Top Producers for real estate sales for Village Realty in 2011 are:

Sarah Spencer- Silver Award for selling more than $9 million worth of properties. Sarah is an agent in the Corolla office. She also has the distinction of selling more properties in Corolla than any other Outer Banks real estate agent since 2009.

John Register- Bronze Award for sales totaling more than $5.1 million. John works out of the Nags Head office. Register was also awarded the Extra Mile Award for customer service beyond expectations...customarily given to employees in the rental division of the company.

Despite another challenging year for the real estate industry, Village Realty’s agents worked diligently in 2011 and closed more transactions than they did in 2010. While property values did decline somewhat in 2011, the agents are hopeful that property values will stabilize in 2012 and that the market will start to recover.

Collectively, the Village Realty agents were once again in the top four real estate companies on the Outer Banks, both in dollar volume and number of transactions closed in 2011. This is a remarkable achievement, as Village Realty’s 20 agents are competing against much larger firms with many more agents.

Locally owned and managed for over 20 years, Village Realty is a full service real estate company and maintains offices in Nags Head, Corolla and Columbia, NC. In addition to real estate sales and services they also represent over 600 Outer Banks vacation rentals. Village Realty also offers a variety of property association management services for owners associations located within Dare and Currituck Counties of North Carolina. Services include financial management, administrative duties and maintenance for your property owners association.

Nags Head Office
5301 South Croatan Hwy
Nags Head, NC 27959
Outer Banks Real Estate Sales/Rentals: 800.548.9688    Local: 252.480.2224
Email: Sales(at)VillageRealtyOBX(dot)com or    Rentals(at)VillageRealtyOBX(dot)com

Corolla Office
510 Old Stoney Road
Corolla, NC 27927
Corolla, NC Sales/Rentals: 877.546.5362     Local: 252.453.9650
Email: CoSales(at) or CoRentals(at)VillageRealtyOBX(dot)com

Columbia Office
207 Main St, P.O. Box 498
Columbia, NC 27925
Sales: 877.796.5263 Local: 252.796.5264
Email: ColumbiaSales(at)VillageRealtyOBX(dot)com

For more information:
Village Realty:
Outer Banks Real Estate


Photo 1 For the third consecutive year, Matt Myatt has been named the Village Realty Sales Agent of the Year. Myatt, who works in the Corolla office, closed more than $11 million in total sales for 2011.

Photo 2 Sarah Spencer of Village Realty’s Corolla office received the company’s Silver Award for selling more than $9 million worth of properties in 2011. Spencer was also awarded a plaque for 10 years of service to the company.

Photo 3 John Register of Village Realty’s Nags Head office received Village Realty’s Bronze Award for sales totaling more than $5.1 million in 2011. He is pictured here with Marcia Parrott of Village Realty.


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