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The million-dollar question on everyone’s mind these days about Hamptons real estate: where are we headed? Pricing adjustments are becoming more commonplace, as buyers are no longer in the Covid mindset of purchasing at any price...
Listings in the Hamptons increased for the fourth straight month, with median prices 19% higher than a year ago. After more than two years of explosive growth and tight supply, will the Hamptons real estate market remain strong and immune from the changes that are affecting...
Inventory remains tight throughout South Florida, and the time on the market remains blistering. In Palm Beach County, average sale time in July 2022 was 20 days. While, perhaps, the days of long lines at open houses and waiving inspections for all cash offers may be gone, there is still clearly a massive demand for little inventory...
By all accounts, the South Florida real estate market is booming along. Prices are high, inventory is low, and the outlook remains largely bullish. Many real estate professionals...
The number of listings available for sale began to increase in April of 2022 and the number of signed contracts remained low to recent norms going into summer 2022. However, the number of sold listings is in keeping with historical norms while the median sold price remains at historic highs...
The market was exceptionally good for investors in 2021, but is the Florida housing market still a smart investment for 2022? 
For Montauk homeowners thinking about selling, it’s important to make sure that your property pricing and positioning is exactly right for the Montauk environs and marketplace.
The median sold price in the Hamptons increased 12% from $1,962,500 in the first quarter of 2021 to $2,200,000 in the first quarter of 2022 and there have never been so few homes for sale. 
The number of listings available for sale declined by 8% between March 1 and April 1, 2022 and the continued reduction in real estate supply appears to be the greatest factor for the decline in contract activity for March 2022 compared to March 2021....
Hamptons real estate has been in a strong sellers market for two years now and despite national news that inventory began to catch up to demand in Q4 2021, the same is not true in the Hamptons.