bungalow 58 has been totally renovated with exceptional attention to detail. This is a 2 bedroom 2.5 bath, 1,844 square foot home with a large family room and full bath on the lower level.Read More »
Tag Archive for 'Cape Cod'
These two recent Truro sales represent an interesting and diverse segment of the Truro single family home market. New houses, one brand new and one built in 2002 illustrate the quality of homes available and the great value available in Truro . 6 Cooper sold at $446 per square foot while 56 Castle Road sold at $257 per square foot. I know that most buyers, sellers and agents on the Cape don’t often use per square foot price as an important indication of value, but I just cant stop myself from using as it was imbedded in my city training.Read More »
This gorgeous 3 bedroom 3.5 bath home is nestled atop the highest point in Provincetown. Privately sited in the exclusive Telegraph HIll neighborhood this home provides the best of casual and beach living along with the amenities that only a substantial home like this can. Telegraph Hill is a 5 minute walk in to the heart of the West End with all the shopping, restaurants and entertainment choices that Provincetown has to offer.Read More »
In the real estate community, this off-season is a time to regroup for the New Year, and tie up the lose ends of the very busy year we have had. Interestingly the months between November and February remain active in many ways.Read More »
According to the latest quarterly report by the National Association of Realtors, growth in metropolitan area median home prices increased in the third quarter, and more areas are showing gains.Read More »
What a summer we have had in Provincetown… the great energy that we began to see in the second quarter continued into Q3. Ongoing economic optimism and low interest rates continue to attract buyers. We are seeing a wonderful phenomenon here where buyers who have been on the sidelines have decided to jump into the market. With such a wide variety of properties for sale – both in price and character – buyers have much to choose from.
Year-to-date condominium sales through September 30 totaled 115 properties – a full 50% more than last year’s 76 sales. The average selling price for a condo was $411K – a 15% increase from last years $357K. The median selling price was $398K – up 19% from $334K last year. And condos sold at an average 95% of asking price.Read More »
The bathhouse at Herring Cove Beach is on its last legs. The nearly 60-year-old modernist structure dominates this little slip of the National Seashore at the tip of Cape Cod, but the floors are cracking, and the second floor was condemned years ago. Demolition will begin in October.Read More »
Yes, condo documents are boring, association meeting notes are boring, budgets are boring… but get to know your new new homeowners association! Don’t be surprised by assessments, crazy leadership, unreasonable rules..get to know your HOA and then work with your HOA to make your property a better investment.Read More »
There was an interesting article in the Sunday Globe speaking to the fact that retirement housing, and housing in general on Cape Cod is more affordable after “seven down years in the real estate market have lowered prices to the point where owning a retirement home on Cape Cod is again an achievable dream for some baby boomers.”.Read More »
I was doing a report for one of our sellers in the $400K to $600K range, the core of the condo market here in Provincetown and came up with an interesting fact. I found that in the last twelve months 45 condos sold (3.75 per month) in this range and that there are currently 45 condos for sale in this price range.Read More »