Tag Archive for 'Wellfleet Real Estate'

Wellfleet – Listing of The Week – 40 Leilla Rich Drive – $1.295M

Listing Of The Week – 40 Leilla Rich Drive in Wellfleet is a five bedroom five bath 4,049 sf home in Wellfleet. It is being marketed for $1.295M.                   MLS Remarks: Built in 2012, this 4049sqft. residence is situated on a perfectly manicured lot that enjoys peeks of […]

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Cape Cod’s Most Beautiful Homes For Sale in 2015!

It’s the end of December and thus, time to make up a bunch of awards for the best, worst and most absurd things that happened in Cape & Islands’ real estate, architecture and neighborhoods. Here now, your 2015 Curbed Awards.

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What $399,000 Gets You On Cape Cod

It’s time once again for Curbed Comparisons, where we break down what you can get at the same price point, style or size in eight different Cape and Islands neighborhoods. This week, listings for around $399,000.

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The Goode And Farmer Report – April 2015

What a first quarter! Blizzards, arctic winds, record snowfall – it seemed like it would never end. But finally, spring is here!

It’s tough to identify trends in the first quarter with such a small sampling of information. Especially for a quarter rocked by historically severe weather. Yet with that said, first quarter results were surprisingly strong – a sure sign that demand remains high! For the most part, sales and prices have shown moderate gains and with warmer weather sure to come, the energy is right for a solid spring market.

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Goode and Farmer Report – Provincetown, Truro, Wellfleet April 2013

Coming off a banner year in 2012, where year-end sales surpassed industry expectations, we wouldn’t have been surprised at a more “normal” first quarter of 2013. Real estate sales did slow as winter activity was moderated by weekly snowstorms more than by any changes in market fundamentals. Sales were more aligned to 2011 than to 2012.

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Goode & Farmer Report Provincetown- January 2013

Ptown Report

For a year filled with anxiety and trepidation, a polarizing presidential election and talk of falling off the fiscal cliff, the real estate market in many places started to purr like a fine tuned engine. Many cities and towns throughout the country experienced substantial increases in the number of sales as well as climbing prices. In some places such as the downtown Boston market, sales and prices were up as inventory fell to low levels not seen in many years. The news on the Outer Cape was as positive and the year-end sales reports surpassed what many in the industry expected.

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