We reached out to six real estate pros across the Hamptons to get the inside scoop on the Hamptons real estate market this season.
I don't want to speculate on whether or not we have any desperate housewives here in the Hamptons, but I can assure you that it's easy to find examples of the pristine, well-manicured beauty of the homes and gardens of Wisteria Lane.
A beautiful 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath condominium located at 456 Old Town Road in Southampton with ties to the former heads of Standard Oil and Atari has recently sold for $2.52 million.
The “million dollar” question many of those preparing for retirement ask themselves is simply stated but not necessarily easy to answer – “how much money do I need to save to secure a comfortable retirement?”
The season for entertaining in the Hamptons will be under way before we know it. Fresh floral arrangements are a gracious addition to party décor, of course.
In most cases on both the South Fork (The Hamptons) and North Fork of Eastern Long Island, real estate brokers by custom represent sellers. But that is about to change.
It's that time of year again in the Hamptons and on the East End of Long Island when real estate “for sale” signs sprout up before our fall crops do.
Hamptons agents react to the story of two men enticed a real estate agent into showing them properties and then tried to ditch out on the commission.
The long-struggling housing market is finally showing signs of recovery, giving many homeowners more equity in their properties.
Just days after billionaire hedge fund manager Steven A. Cohen of SAC Capital Advisors bought Picasso's La Reve for $155 million, he purchased a $60 million Hamptons mansion, next to the one he already owns.