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Bust. Boom. Repeat.

The Hamptons real estate market has seen its share of rollercoaster-induced thrills and chills in the past six-plus months...

Get Them While They’re Hot!

Best deals in the Hamptons! Completely renovated Southampton Village classic traditional...Amagansett Main Street commercial opportunity including an historic home...Newly listed East Hampton Village near Maidstone Club...

Deals of the Week

One of a Kind Southampton Masterpiece…Privacy in Park Like Setting Water Mill…Lake Agawam Estate in Southampton Village…Southampton State-of-the-Art Modern Farmhouse...

Realty Check

Douglas Elliman Releases Q1 2020 Hamptons Sales Report...Quogue Oceanfront Sold...Own a Piece of Sag Harbor History...

4 Homes...4 Deals

Welcome to our new, weekly “Deals” feature on HamptonsRealEstateShowcase.com - These exceptional listings are sure to attract a lot of attention for their incredible values. Be sure to look for more exciting “Deals” every Friday right here on our homepage…

Biggest Sale in the Hamptons Since 2016

The 6.7-acre oceanfront estate at 26 and 32 Windmill Lane in East Hampton, built for Union Pacific Former President and later Chairman of the Board, James Evans has sold in the biggest recorded deal since 2016...

Realty Check

A house featuring the first pool ever built in the Southampton Estate Section just Sold for $4.5 million...Norman Jaffe Contemporary vision in wood and stone for Rent seasonal or annual on Further Lane in East Hampton...

4 Homes...4 Deals

Welcome to our new, weekly “Deals” feature on HamptonsRealEstateShowcase.com - These exceptional listings are sure to attract a lot of attention for their incredible values. Be sure to look for more exciting “Deals” every Friday right here on our homepage…

Top Elliman Broker Does Her First Remote Closing

Michaela Keszler, of Douglas Elliman, sold and closed this week on a Southampton compound at 133 & 135 Toylsome Lane in the heart of the Village, for $5.6 million. In her first remote closing during the current pandemic lockdown, she reports that it was a “very smooth” transaction...

Take a Hike!

Long Island had a pretty mild winter this year. There were no snowstorms, and hardly even any flurries. While we certainly had our fair share of cold days, the arrival of spring felt like it came at an appropriate time -- and with the sun sticking around a little bit longer into the evening, people are gearing up to get back outside...