Category Archives: Real Estate Market News
Beautifully designed, custom built home incorporating modern amenities, space, and privacy. Located within walking distance of the Westmoor Club, Steps Beach, and close proximity to Town. State of the art audio/visual system with wall panel controls, home theater, gym, and steam room. Newest addition … Continue reading
5 New Lane is under agreement. Beautifully executed renovation and addition of a 1930’s bungalow design. Located one block from the top of Main Street, an easy walk to the … Continue reading
68 Cliff Road went under agreement today. Turn of the century home in need of total renovation. House could be reduced in size and used as a guest house, moved to another location on the property, or totally restored and … Continue reading
Privacy and convenience to Town and Cisco Beach. Renovated five bedroom home with central air-conditioning on a wooded half acre lot with room for expansion. Click here for listing sheet. Contact listing agents Bernadette Maglione or Wayne Viera at 508.228.1881.
Home Sales Pace Increases in December Home sales in December reached the highest pace in nearly a year. The gain coincided with other signs that the troubled U.S. housing market improved at the end of 2011. Sales of previously occupied … Continue reading
Nantucket Property Journal Sept 23rd Issue. Click here to read it cover to cover.
Analyst: “The Long Term Fundamentals for U.S. Residential Real Estate are Sound” There are indications the worst of the downturn is close to over, according to GMO, the Boston-based asset manager led by legendary investor Jeremy Grantham. “The long-term fundamentals … Continue reading
Billionaire Warren Buffett said buying a home was the third-best investment he ever made, after the rings he bought for his first wife, Susan Thompson, and, after her death, his second wife, Astrid Menks. “For the $31,500 I paid for … Continue reading
Fannie Mae’s latest national housing survey finds that Americans are more confident about the stability of home prices than they were at the beginning of 2010. 78% of respondents believe housing prices will hold steady or increase over the next … Continue reading