It's been quite a year for Hamptons real estate. 60 Further Lane, East Hampton, became the highest-selling property in the United States at $147M, and Wooldon Manor was the subject of a eight-figure flip. Sagaponack and North Haven continue to be hot markets. Well-priced properties are snapped up quickly, whereas humorously overpriced ones (we're looking at you, Mr. Gere) linger. What do you think the future holds for the Hamptons property market? Consult your crystal balls and tell us what you see in the comments. Next week, we'll round up the best, most perspicacious comments.