Here in the world of high-end real estate, house staging has become a must-have for homes that are on the market.
According to the experts, the availability of East End-based buildable lots is at an all-time low. And since more land can’t be made, those who want new construction in certain areas — particularly those located south of the highway and east of the canal, including here in Sag Harbor — are running out of options.
The Adam Miller Group, P.C. in Bridgehampton is pleased to announce that Brian J. DeSesa, an attorney concentrating in land use, litigation and criminal law, has joined the nine-year old firm.
Christopher Minardi, a mortgage broker in the East Hampton office of Guard Hill Financial, talks about how the mortgage industry is affected by fluctuations in the overall financial market and why he believes East End real estate is such a smart investment.
Coastal Living magazine has announced it is building a showhouse in Bridgehampton expected to open its doors this summer. The residence, which will be...
In a region where a shabby one-bedroom apartment can easily cost $2,000 a month, Southampton Town leaders have spoken for years about the need to provide more affordable housing for the young people who work in schools and the area’s many small businesses from retail shops to restaurants. Despite those pledges, little has been done, according to newly elected Supervisor Jay Schneiderman.
Time is running out if you want to learn about East Hampton Town’s new rental registry. The town will sponsor workshops to help prospective landlords follow the new law on Wednesday, January 27, at 1, 3, and 5 p.m.
The on-again, off-again plans to develop a luxury, waterfront condominium complex on the 1, 3 and 5 Ferry Road parcels could be off again – forever this time – if the Sag Harbor village trustees get their way.
East Hampton Town has scheduled a series of workshops to bring real estate and members of the public up to speed with its new rental registry law and the application process that accompanies it.
Here in the Hamptons, there are quite a few stories behind our hedgerows. How could there not be?
GuardHill agents are not just mortgage brokers, according to Ms. Frank, who has been a broker for 21 years. “Now,” she said, “I am a banker.”
Despite the organic fibers, earthy ethics, and reasonable prices, the shoppe’s upscale aesthetics and elegant hand-blown glassware result in queries such as “when did this gallery open?” Mr. Harrison said.
Robert Evjen, a broker with Douglas Elliman, said Tuesday that there are multiple offers on the property, including one out of his office in Sag Harbor.
In mid-November, Saunders & Associates (www.hamptonsrealestate.com), with offices in Bridgehampton and Southampton, announced that broker Louise Linden achieved a sale for a 3.9-acre property...