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By all signs, the housing market is bouncing back in 2013. With tighter spring inventory, rising home prices, increased building, and a decline in foreclosures, housing is making a steady recovery. With summer rentals at an all time high and housing sales back to their pre-recession norms, 2013 is shaping up to be a great year.
Take a look at some of this seasons must have product trends...
The Suffolk Theater on Main Street in downtown Riverhead has reopened its doors after 26 years! Originally built by the architect R. Thomas Short in Art Deco style, it opened in 1933 during the Great Depression and flourished until 1987 when the rise of the multiplex cinemas forced it to close its doors, but not for good.
They say that April showers bring May flowers to a garden, but when it comes to the Hamptons no one likes rain regardless of the season. You can’t blame us, as the Hamptons’ appeal is built on social gatherings, overnight guests and lots of dining out and parties—all things that are less enjoyable when it’s raining.
Michael Davis is synonymous with Hamptons building and architecture. Find out his perspective on desiging and building homes in the hamptons. Q: If  “location” is the first rule in real estate, what is the second? A: It is all about the “view” - either water or an agricultural preserve. I have always felt that an agricultural preserve is the next best thing to waterfront without any of the risk...
A spotlight on some recent sales in the Hamptons for April 2013
Renew, reuse, and recycle: the buzzwords of the new millennium are making their way into the homes of the Hamptons. From a home built using renewable energy, to an award winning “Green Ribbon” middle school, to a “green” builder who uses sustainable materials, to the largest...
A spotlight on some recent sales in the Hamptons for March 2013