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People often ask a REALTOR "How's the market?" : Cape Cod

People often ask a REALTOR "How's the market?"
Well on Cape Cod, there are interesting numbers.

Before the virus and quarantine, the market was heading into spring with energy.
At the end of February, the numbers started to indicate a slow down.
Definitely by the end of March, there was an indication of what the quarantine was causing - when compared to last year.

As we enter the next few weeks, we are anticipating a return to the energetic side of real estate.
We are still putting deals together now, just not as many.
However, when people are "free again", we are hearing rumblings of pent up interest and activity.

We're looking forward to a great spring and summer here on Cape Cod.
If you know someone who is looking to buy or sell real estate, we're available to listen to their goals.

Here are some numbers from the Cape Cod and Islands MLS:                     
2020            Feb: Last Week     Mar: 1st Week     : 2nd Week    : 3rd Week    : 4th Week      Apr:1st Week    : 2nd Week
New Listings 2020    156                   191                177                152              104                        60                 81
New Listings 2019    106                   140                161                183              289                        187               225
                               

Heath Coker, Associate Broker
Robert Paul Properties
www.CapeGroup.com / capegroup@capegroup.com
508-274-5613  Licensed in MA
Its a beautiful day on Cape Cod!
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People often ask a REALTOR "How's the market? " : Cape Cod
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People often ask a REALTOR "How's the market? " Well on Cape Cod, there are interesting numbers. Before the virus and quarantine, the market was heading into spring with energy At the end of February, the numbers started to indicate a slow… more