Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Real Estate News

Dukes County Realtors enjoy Installation Celebration

On the evening of December 10 the Cape and Islands Association of Realtors, Inc. and the Cape and Islands Multiple Listing Service, Inc. held its 2015 Installation Celebration at the Ocean Edge Resort in...

No bridge, no dune, but causeway recommended for Squibnocket

A special town committee has recommended a new plan to protect Squibnocket Beach from coastal erosion.

Mass home sale agreements up 20 percent in November

Accepted home sale offers in Massachusetts during November were up more than 20 percent compared to November 2013, according to data released Tuesday by the Massachusetts Association of Realtors. The association also reported the...

Keeping it inside

Millard encourages the reader to look around and utilize more than merely the kitchen counter.

MVC approves mixed use development for Mariner’s Landing

The plan for commercial condominiums and residential units ran into a hitch over how much the applicants should pay toward affordable housing.

Harbor View upgrades kitchenettes, names Point B Realty as exclusive broker

In suite cooking now available at the Captain’s Cottages in Edgartown.

Homeowners advised to invest in elevation certificates

The survey can be an insurance policy against surging insurance premiums and costly miscalculations.

Aquinnah voters agree to buy properties near Gay Head Lighthouse

In a close vote, special town meeting voters authorized the town to move forward with the purchase of two parcels near the future site of the historic lighthouse.

Edgartown climbs down from decision on beloved pagoda tree

Citing public outcry, the conservation commission agreed to reconsider its decision to approve a private garage near the historic Pagoda Tree.

Restoration of Island theater back on track

Brian Hall, co-owner of the Island theater on Circuit Ave. in Oak Bluffs, told The Times on Wednesday that engineering work has resumed on the building and that he hopes to have construction permits...

Tisbury ZBA approves Water Street apartment project with conditions

The Island Housing Trust agreed to add two temporary parking spaces at the six-unit building.

IHT says Tisbury ZBA conditions will make or break Water Street project

The zoning board of appeals is expected to vote Friday on the affordable housing project.

Martha’s Vineyard real estate pros offer advice on selling and buying

Be financially prepared when you begin the process, and that begins with the numbers.

Lighthouse Properties returns to Edgartown

Local real estate brokers Lisa Stewart and Leslie Floyd announced that they are joining forces to bring Lighthouse Properties back to Edgartown. Leslie will be joining the Lighthouse team of Ashley Mundt, Trish Lyman,...

Business Brief: Jeanne Ogden joins M.V. Savings Bank

Longtime Islander and residential-lending expert Jeanne Ogden has joined Martha’s Vineyard Savings Bank as vice president, head of residential lending. She brings more than 20 years of banking experience to her new position, and...
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