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Winds of Change – Are They Blowing?

It’s been exactly one year since buyers started entering the Cape Cod market with wild abandon – sending prices soaring with each passing week and inventory to record lows.  But are the winds of change finally beginning to blow on this unprecedented seller’s market?  Most Realtors seem to think so.  Let’s take a look at what’s going on. June 2020 marked the first month that pending sales started going through the roof, as Massachusetts began … Read more…

Winter Market Wrap-Up

The first quarter of 2021 is just about over and the Cape Cod real estate market has continued to frustrate buyers, thrill sellers, and leave EVERYONE, including top economists, wondering how long the supply & demand imbalance will continue.  Understanding the primary source(s) of the imbalance is key to crafting an informed opinion.  So let’s dig deep into the numbers and see what we find. We’ve heard it said over and over again that inventory … Read more…

2020: Year In Review

It was the best of times; it was the worst of times! True of late 18th century London and Paris and true of the 2020 Cape Cod Real Estate Market. Let’s take an in-depth look at the factors and numbers that defined this year’s market. At the onset, the 2020 market was off to a good start, with pending sales, new listings, and median prices all notably ahead when compared to 2019. But as fears … Read more…

Resources for Cape Cod Real Estate Buyers

When you have specialized questions about buying real estate, sometimes the best answer your Realtor can give you is the name or website of the appropriate authority. We call this being “the source of the source” and not only does it help to keep Realtors out of trouble, but it ensures that you are getting the best possible answer. Here are some of the best resources to help answer a variety of your questions. Neighborhood … Read more…

Cape Cod Real Estate On Fire!

Well, not literally, but anyone who has been watching the real estate market on the Cape knows that it is hot to the touch!  Painfully low inventory coupled with an unusually high number of buyers have been driving prices up and days-on-market down.  Maybe buyers are looking to flee the density of the city.  Maybe they’re looking for a more beautiful spot to shelter in place or work from home.  Maybe they’ve got a good … Read more…