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. 
This month, we can report on a $30 million sale, two $32 million sales, and one Sagaponack property, last ask $48 million, now in contract.
It’s only a couple of short weeks until Memorial Day weekend and the kick-off of the Hamptons season!
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....
Currently featured on the front cover of Hamptons Real Estate Showcase's April issue is this beautiful Southampton Village estate just seconds from the Atlantic Ocean sitting privately behind tall privet hedges.
Just listed publicly for the first time ever, the property at 10 Roberts Lane in East Hampton is a rare 19th century farmstead property of 3.54 acres.
Just listed publicly for the first time ever, 10 Roberts Lane in East Hampton is a rare 19th Century farmstead property.
The Hamptons real estate market has changed - but, for now, it is still in the favor of sellers.
Can't get enough of Bravo’s reality-based programs? Of course not! And “Summer House” is based right here in the Hamptons.
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.