Island Sees Significant Uptick in Short-Term Rental Properties
The number of homes on Martha’s Vineyard registered as short-term rental properties shot up by 35 per cent over the summer, with industry professionals pointing to the real estate market in explaining the increase.
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Vineyard Real Estate Market Shows Signs of Cooling
Halfway into 2022, the frenzied real estate market of Martha’s Vineyard is showing signs of slowing down. Land bank numbers illustrate the trend.
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MV Salads Owner Plans New Store In Heart of Edgartown
The distinctive Greek revival building at 15 Church Street in Edgartown that was formerly the office of Mindoro Real Estate will soon host a new business.
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Housing Bank Coalition Fields Questions, As Vote Nears
The pivotal question of whether to create a Martha’s Vineyard housing bank is on the table as annual town meetings and elections draw near.
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Edu Comp Building Changes Hands
A real estate developer completed his purchase of the former Edu Comp property last week, paying $2.4 million for the familiar red brick building at the head of Vineyard Haven’s Main street.
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MVC Wrestles With Tisbury Demolition
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission decided Thursday not to review a demolition on Hatch Road in Vineyard Haven, amid wide-ranging discussion about tear-downs.
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South Shore Hoteliers Set to Buy Lambert's Cove Inn
The Lambert’s Cove Inn will soon change hands, with hoteliers Jon and Stephanie Saunders of Cohasset set to buy the West Tisbury country inn in early January, pending a liquor license transfer.
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Real Estate Boom Persists, Breaking More Records
As 2021 nears an end, the frenzied, record-shattering Martha’s Vineyard real estate market shows few signs of slowing, with prices in the stratosphere and inventory at a low ebb.
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