Big Bear California timeshare management company The Alderwood Group is pleased to announce the expansion of its resort management services to the Outer Banks, North Carolina. Accompanying this announcement is the launch of the office’s newly overhauled website: OuterBanksResorts.com where visitors can choose between thirteen world-class timeshare rental and resale properties.
Alderwood Expands Resort Management Service to the Outer Banks
Big Bear Lake, CA
Friday, June 21, 2013 - 20:00
For nearly three decades Outer Banks Resort Rentals, in arrangement with real-estate developers and other brokers, formed the largest and only timeshare resale and rental office in the Outer Banks. Opening in July of 1984 the office was owned and operated by Judy and Marvin Beard who retired from the business in the summer of 2003. The office continued to grow to include thirteen of the most luxurious and desirable resort properties. On December 17th, 2012, The Alderwood Group was pleased to announce the purchase of all sales and administrative assets.
Essential to Alderwood’s approach to ensuring quality timeshare and resort management services is an emphasis on the ‘human side’ of the business and the people that make that happen. Retaining the existing Outer Banks Resort Rentals staff was a key goal. Coming back for their 3rd and 8th years respectively are Corinne and Janet while newcomer Eric Cohen will manage the business.
After a brief stint in England, Eric returned to the US and moved to the Outer Banks in January. California-born and raised, Eric previously worked as front office manager for Alderwood’s own Lagonita Lodge from 2001-2004. After Lagonita, Eric moved to San Diego to work at Coronado Beach Resorts before transferring to downtown San Diego to work for Wyndham.
Be sure to visit the new website to book your next trip to the beautiful Outer Banks.
An historic treasure is just one way of describing the Outer Banks in North Carolina. Known as America’s birthplace, it has tons to offer the enthusiastic traveler. Embark on a journey with the first settlers and European expeditions by way of the Graveyard of the Atlantic, relive the Wright Brother’s first flight, and take a ghost tour through downtown Manteo and visit iconic lighthouses. The fascinating barrier islands, protected wetlands and sand dunes make Outer Banks both a scenic and memorable destination.
With its moderate climate throughout the year, and especially pleasant temperatures during the summer (from the 70s to the low 80s) there’s something for the whole family to enjoy. Explore 125 miles of beaches, surfing, kayaking, windsurfing, fishing, hang gliding, cruises, bird watching, golfing, museums, art galleries and more. Check out the on-line calendar for community events like the Roanoke Island Festival Park, the Rogallo Kite Festival, surfing camps, dolphin tours and Art and Wine Festivals. For a bit of romance imagine a breezy moonlight walk along the beach or a sunset stroll at Jockeys Ridge State Park. There are plenty of options, whatever your interests may be, to fashion an unforgettable stay.