A camera crew for "Beachfront Bargain Hunt" visited the Outer Banks from May 1-4 and filmed a young family's search for an affordable seaside getaway. James and Catherine Bergeron of Chesapeake, VA, along with their toddler daughter, Ellie (and a baby on the way), were looking for a home away from home that was within their budget. Catherine, a hospital physician, and James, a stay-at-home dad, wanted a beach house to enjoy on the alternating weeks that Catherine is free from work.

Village Realty's senior associate broker Karen DelVacchio guided the Bergeron family to a property that would hopefully satisfy all of their needs. "Their budget was under $200,000 and they were looking for a three-bedroom, two-bath, single-family house. They love Hatteras Island and that's where they wanted to be," said Ms. DelVacchio. The Bergerons toured four properties in the area, including three homes and one condominium. In the end, the family was able to choose one of the homes, and are very happy with their decision.

No information has yet been released as to the date when this episode will air. Tune into "Beachfront Bargain Hunt" on Sunday nights at 9 p.m. Eastern time, featured on the Home and Garden Television channel.

Village Realty is a full-service real estate company that has offered extraordinary customer service to vacationers and homeowners on the Outer Banks of North Carolina for over twenty years. Representing properties from Corolla to Nags Head, including more than 600 rental homes, the locally owned and managed company is committed to helping the community and other local businesses to thrive as well.

For more information, call Village Realty's main office at 855.397.2430 or visit them online at

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