Hamptons Real Estate Market Reports
Hamptons real estate market report: Q4 of 2018
Sag Harbor village’s home sales volume increased by 140 percent
Hamptons real estate market report: Q3 of 2018
Hampton Bays had a successful quarter
Hamptons real estate market report: Q1 of 2018
The Bridgehampton area had an incredible $166,722,319 total home sales volume—a whopping 96 percent increase from last year.
Hamptons real estate market report: Q4 of 2017
East Hampton village saw a whopping 180 percent increase in the total home sales volume this quarter, an 81 percent boost in the median home sales price, and a doubled total number of home sales.
Hamptons real estate market report: Q2 of 2017
Bridgehampton, Amagansett, Hampton Bays, Westhampton, Southampton, and Sag Harbor village all saw increases in total number of home sales, while the greater Sag Harbor area, Shelter Island, East Hampton, and Montauk all saw decreases.
Ranking Hamptons towns by affordability
Living in the Hamptons can be rather expensive, but it’s still possible to find a bargain.
Hamptons real estate market report: Q1 of 2017
Basically, the Hamptons saw a lot of decreases for this quarter compared to the first quarter of 2016. Except, of course, in the average home sales price—which increased.
As Long Island real estate supply decreases, prices increase
The real estate market on Long Island is thriving
Hey big spender! The 3Q Hamptons market reports
Tthe normal sweet spot, between $1M to $5M, is sour, while there’s an unusually large number of sales above $5M and below $1M is red hot.
Hamptons real estate in 2Q of 2016: sales down, prices up
Compared to 2Q in 2015, the number of sales fell 20.5% to 561; however, the median sales price, $975,000, increased 4.3%, the highest second quarter result in 9 years.
[Three Cents Worth] Forget Spring; the Big Stuff Sells at Year End
After the financial crisis began, the fourth quarter suddenly became the biggest quarter of the year for high end sales. Why?
Stock Market Turbulence Shrinks Hamptons Sales in 1Q of 2016
The vagaries of Wall Street meant for declining sales during the first quarter of 2016. Compared to the same quarter in 2015, the number of sales fell as did the median sales price; the average sales price, however, was the highest for a first quarter in 8 years.
Hamptons House Prices are Going Up, Not Down
We're not convinced by the dire warnings in the media