Five Secrets to Selling Your Real Estate in the Hamptons

Five Secrets to Selling Your Real Estate in the Hamptons

Decorators and home stagers earn big bucks by following a few simple steps: Play up a home’s best features, hide its flaws, and make it appealing to the largest audience possible. Most Hamptons brokers say that buyers are looking for a turnkey property. So how do you take your sale from “just listed” to “in contract”? Consider these pointers.

Deeds & Don'ts: An Insider's Trick to Attracting Top Buyers

Deeds & Don'ts: An Insider's Trick to Attracting Top Buyers

“A home in the Hamptons”: It’s a fraught phrase. To the uninitiated, the East End is a wonderland of famous folks and captains of industry. To aspirational types, becoming a homeowner in the Hamptons means joining the in-crowd and reaching a pinnacle that’s beyond the grasp of mere mortals. But it doesn’t stop there.

Deeds & Don'ts: Waterfront Gems in Sag Harbor, Southampton Village and East Hampton

Deeds & Don'ts: Waterfront Gems in Sag Harbor, Southampton Village and East Hampton

Despite superstorms and the ever-growing threat of climate change, people will always want to live on the water. Christopher Burnside of Brown Harris Stevens has a brand-new $3.695 million waterfront listing in Sag Harbor that could satisfy many a water baby. As for oceanfront homes, Halcyon Lodge on Gin Lane, the former estate of Henry Ford II, is listed for $19.9 million with Tim Davis and Zachary and Cody Vichinsky of Corcoran, and Harald Grant of Sotheby’s International Realty.

Deeds & Don'ts: Artful Abodes

Deeds & Don'ts: Artful Abodes

There was a time when Bobby Van’s was home to regular customers like Truman Capote, James Jones, and George Plimpton; artists like Willem de Kooning rode around town on a Royce Union three-speed bicycle; playwrights like Wendy Wasserstein penned The Heidi Chronicles in a Bridgehampton carriage house; and Jackson Pollock traded paintings for food at the Springs General Store.

The Inside Scoop on East End Real Estate: Dash, the Napeague Dunes and Barn & Vine

The Inside Scoop on East End Real Estate: Dash, the Napeague Dunes and Barn & Vine

Khloé and Kourtney Kardashian are launching their shop, Dash, this summer on the East End. Perhaps they’ll consider renting Sandcastle in Bridgehampton. The price tag: a mere $1 million a month.

The Inside Scoop On New York Real Estate

The Inside Scoop On New York Real Estate

In New York,where nothing is more valuable than having a little extra room to breathe, a few colosal listings have real estate insiders literally holding their breath. Ready to supersize it?

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