Sloane Realty Vacations adds 110 new properties that were formally managed by Cooke Vacations

OCEAN ISLE BEACH, NC, September 30, 2020 /Neptune100/ — Sloane Realty Vacations, a vacation rental management company, announced today that it has acquired North Carolina based Cooke Vacations located in Ocean Isle Beach, NC. Founded in 1970, Cooke Vacations specialized in vacation rentals and manages over 110 properties on Ocean Isle Beach. The addition of Cooke Vacations to Sloane Realty Vacations existing portfolio of island and golf properties strengthens its position as the leading full-service vacation rental agency in the South Brunswick Islands. With the acquisition of Cooke Vacations, Sloane Realty Vacations will manage nearly 700 homes and condominiums between Ocean Isle Beach and Sunset Beach.

“The Cooke family has been integral to the success of the tourism industry here on Ocean Isle Beach, and we are thrilled to welcome their guests and homeowner partners into the Sloane Family,” said Tripp Sloane, President Sloane Realty Vacations.

Cooke Vacations’ reservation staff will also be joining the Sloane Realty Vacations Team. “We are really looking forward to the knowledge they bring with them about the homes and guests and we’re excited to welcome them to the team,” said Whitney Sauls, Sloane Realty Vacations’ General Manager and third generation family member. This is a winning opportunity for new and existing Sloane Realty Vacations homeowners as they will be exposed to tens of thousands of new guest leads. We look forward to welcoming Cooke Vacations homeowners to our family.

Sloane Realty Vacations, a third generation, family business has been the leader in vacation rentals in the South Brunswick Islands for 65 years. Started by George A. Sloane II and wife Willa Rae Sloane in 1955 and followed by their children George “Tripp” A. Sloane III and Debbie Sloane Smith, Sloane Realty Vacations continually strives to be the leader in all facets of real estate, vacation rentals and property management in the South Brunswick Islands.