A FAST START
The first 2 months of 2012 are off to a very positive start. Nantucket real estate sales have expanded 47% in transactions and 64% in dollar volume over the same time period of 2011.
Although it is a bit early to suggest this will be harbinger for the entire year it is a heartening sign. In addition there are some other metrics that point to an improving market. This chart is a snap shot through the end of February:
Over the last 2 years inventories are down and contracts and sales up. As result the pace of price reductions has slowed. All these factors point to an improving sales market. Today Buyers still have a great opportunity to buy. If the above trends continue, that window maybe closing.
At Wednesday night’s Board of Selectmen meeting, an offer from ReMain Nantucket to provide a full-time independent housing consultant to the town to help further its affordable-housing initiatives and help the town toward its goal of achieving 10 percent affordable housing was accepted.
After renting a one-bedroom for seven years, Catherine and Peter Bertazzoni had saved enough for a down payment and were ready to buy their first apartment together.
As a realtor, you probably already know that selling a luxury property is quite different from selling one that isn't so luxurious. As a result of the limited number of luxury homes available, and the smaller number of prospective buyers in this market, it can be difficult to list and sell luxury real estate. Nevertheless, if you have the right tips in mind, you can sell a luxury home complete with an elevator from home-elevator.net before you know it.
A piece of the American Dream can cost anywhere from $75,000 to $2.3 million. It all depends on where you live.
With the holidays unwrapping upon our doorstep and serenading us on the radio, we face the delights and dilemmas of decorating. How much is too much? Will my friends and neighbors think my home looks tacky? But then again, if I do too little, will it seem sparse?