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The month of July has started at the same torrid pace as the month of June. New listings and return-to-market properties totaled 24 listings, up from June. Plus, there were 15 offers to purchase accepted.
The month of June has ended with a surprising statistic: 104 properties came to market (90 new listings and 14 returns to market) and 104 properties either received offers or closed/sold. Is that a hot market?
All concerns that spring real estate activity was going to be pandemically challenged has been erased by a charging market. Cash buyers flush with capital that needs to be invested, former fence sitters, urban dwellers fleeing the city and more are fueling a very active market.
The surprising spring market continues to flourish, defying all expectations of what looked like a potential market meltdown in mid-March. That scenario hasn’t happened.
Spring Real Estate Market Comes to Life – Market Update 5-27-20 This week’s featured listing has a private beach (inset). The spring market has officially arrived. In the past two weeks, 35 more properties have come to market, pushing the month’s total of new listings to 47 with four days to go in the month of May. Last year, 48 properties came to market …
The Home of the Week is a lovely cottage in Vineyard Haven offering a private oasis that affords the best the Lagoon has to offer. Swimming, sailing, tubing, kayaking, and fishing are just a few steps down the staircase to your own private beach.
This sprawling Edgartown, Martha’s Vineyard home, is similar to the HGTV Dream Home, and is special enough, but in this case “location, location, location” makes it our Pick of the Week.
Here’s your chance to own a beautiful, water view home within walking distance to downtown Vineyard Haven.
The late Stan Murphy was the quintessential Vineyard artist. He was well known for capturing the unique essence of Martha’s Vineyard through life-like portraits of islanders and striking landscapes. Now you can live in the home where he found so much inspiration.
“Any changes made were about protecting the integrity of the original house, rather than for personal style or convenience – except the kitchen,” the current owner told to Vineyard Style Magazine.
Before the renovation, the kitchen was a cramped linoleum clad remnant of the 1970s. The owner expanded it without changing the footprint to create a light-filled atmosphere for cooking and socializing.