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Further Your Thinking with Indispensable Real Estate Knowledge

Further Your Thinking with Indispensable Real Estate Knowledge

As an experienced real estate broker, Cathy's extensive knowledge of market data deepens her understanding of the Hamptons market and enables her to assist her customers and clients in realizing the highest returns on their real estate investments. Customers and clients appreciate that they can rely on Cathy to provide objective counsel, even it if means advising someone...

What to Know About Modular Housing

What to Know About Modular Housing

The construction and purchase of modular housing has gained popularity, including on the South Fork of Eastern Long Island.   Modular housing, once considered inferior to “stick-built” on-site construction, has not only overcome that stigma, but is considered by many to be superior and less expensive than the more traditional home. Reasons offered include the fact that modular...

Exceptional Sagg Pond Waterfront with Dock

Exceptional Sagg Pond Waterfront with Dock

Find your sanctuary in the most sought-after Hamptons Village - Sagaponack. This recently renovated home on 2 acres sits with 300' of waterfront on Sagg Pond where kayaks, canoes or paddle boards can be launched from your own private dock into waters extending south all the way to the Ocean.

Build Your Equestrian Compound or Subdivide

Build Your Equestrian Compound or Subdivide

In a time of great demand for Hamptons property when there is little available inventory, this property offers a unique opportunity. The 2.8 acre parcel is situated in the heart of Bridgehampton and zoned R-20, with a host of possibilities. You could build a significant new home here with pool, pool house and tennis, and create a large...

Caveat Emptor: Buyer Beware Revisited

Caveat Emptor: Buyer Beware Revisited

On July 9, 2021 we posted an article citing two court rulings that determined that the buyers were remiss with respect to their responsibility under New York Law to exercise reasonable care when purchasing a property: “Caveat emptor.” Buyer beware. In this article we look at a  New York Richmond County case, William McDermott v. Related Assets, September...

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