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Provincetown comes alive again!! Today was a fantastic warm, sunny day with many people coming out of their homes as well as many people making a day trip to Cape Cod from the Providence and Boston areas. This weekend is the annual Provincetown town-wide yard sale......bargains for many!
Speaking of bargains.....If you would like to speak with me about your personal real estate goals and objectives, please feel free to call me at 508-237-4632 or e-mail me at Rick.Tourgee@Century21.com. Feel free to visit my website to browse through many of the condos and homes on Cape Cod for (4 comments)
Provincetown Real Estate: Building a home on Cape Cod? - 05/14/09 01:45 PM
There are not many lots available in Provincetown that can be built upon. However, once you move away from Provincetown toward Truro and Wellfleet, your options for vacant land open dramatically. Many Clients ask me about where do they begin. Of course, I always recommend the first stop to be at the local building department zoning department and health department, and ask my Clients to spend time with these people and ask many questions about the subject property and any limitations. Once they are satisfied with the answers from the local authorities, then they should meet with an Engineer as well (0 comments)
Provincetown Real Estate: Buyers, do not miss the boat! - 05/09/09 10:28 AM
I recently received an e-mail from a Buyer Client who is not ready to buy yet and was checking out my website to see if prices have fallen here in the Provincetown area of Cape Cod. I thought it would be valuable for any Buyer to read what I wrote back to my Client. Here is what I wrote: "Provincetown is a very unique area with very limited land, with almost no more land that can be built upon. This area of Cape Cod is a huge second home market. As such, most Buyers in the past purchased property with at (0 comments)
Provincetown Real Estate: Adjustable Rate Mortgages for second homes - 05/09/09 09:52 AM
Many Buyers get very afraid when they hear "Adjustable Rate Mortgages". Buyers need to be good consumers and do their homework with a good calculator and a good Mortgage Representative. Here in Provincetown and the surrounding area, this area is mainly a second home market. Here is fact to consider: most second homeowners only keep the property for 2-5 years on average. Most property owners end up trading the property for larger, or smaller, or for a different location. Since it is a second home, it is easier to make the trade for another property. Thus, it could make financial sense (0 comments)
Provincetown real estate: Provincetown real estate assessed values for FY 2009 - 05/08/09 11:15 AM
Attention all Provincetown real estate owners: The Provincetown Board of Assessors announces that the public disclosure period for fiscal year 2009 assessed values is now through May 8, 2009. The town did not give any figures as to whether the values increased or decreased on the website. However, as I scanned through the properties, there are many that increased and many that decreased. I am hoping the town will announce what the average increase or decrease was as I could not take on the of doing the calculation on my little calculator. :) The fiscal year 2009 values, which are (2 comments)
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