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Outer Banks Blue Rental Agreement

Medical House Calls – Treatment of Minor Diseases in Your Rental Home – (252) 475-2007, Regional Medical Center – located on the 1.5 miles post at Kitty Hawk – (252) 255-6000, or The Outer Banks Hospital – is located on the 14 mile post in Nags Head – (252) 449-4500 dogs in non-dog properties are strictly prohibited and will lead to your evacuation. Cats are not allowed in any of our rental properties. Cats are strictly forbidden and lead to your evacuation. Outer Banks Blue offers keyless access to our homes with a keyless entry lock system. This means you no longer need to walk past a desk to retrieve or drop off a key. You can simply go directly to your apartment. The codes are specially designed for the client for the home and the holiday week. This code is activated on the day of check-in at 16:00 (standard) and expires on the day of check-out at 10:00 a.m. For our rental policy, please visit our lease page Another study conducted in New Zealand and co-authored by Assistant Professor Amber L. Pearson of Michigan State University, analyzed data on anxiety and affeje disorders and even took into account factors such as age, gender and finance. The results showed that “increased views of the blue space is significantly associated with a lower level of psychological distress.” Addresses and phone numbers are listed as soon as you sign the rental agreement and pay your deposit to confirm a booking.

The rental agreement lists this information. We will also send you this information as part of your e-mail check-in. For this information, you can also contact our office. Our friendly booking agencies are available 24 hours a day at 1-888-623-2583. We are happy to answer any questions you have to help you choose the perfect apartment for your family`s outer borders. You can also book online. Feel free to chat with us every day on the web chat. We look forward to a discussion with you! While most people understand the importance of physical health, mental and emotional health is often overlooked in our society. The fact that many of us suffer from stress related to holiday deprivation is alarming in itself. Considering that the World Health Organization estimates that more than 350 million people worldwide are affected by depression and predict that depression will become the main cause of disease by 2030, the importance of understanding the benefits of blue space is more important than ever.