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Brewster, a Cape Town Where History and the Arts Meet Beautiful Sand Flats

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Originally settled as a northeastern parish of Harwich in 1656, Brewster separated in 1693 and was officially incorporated in 1803. The town was named after Elder William Brewster, and English official, Mayflower passenger and Separatist leader and preacher in Plymouth … Read More






Buying vs Renting a Home – the Benefits

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When looking for a home on Cape Cod, there is always the debate “should we buy or rent?” Some insist that renting is the way to go, because you don’t have to deal with maintenance of the home. Whether you’re … Read More






Working From Home. For Many, the Love of Cape Cod Inspires Entrepreneurism

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Jesse and Jane Craig were tired of sitting in Boston traffic and not having a backyard at their Cambridge residence. With two young children and parents who were retiring to Cape Cod, they made one of the biggest decisions of … Read More






Healthcare Industry Continues to Spur Economic Growth on Cape Cod

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Cape Cod health care is far broader and deeper than in most rural regions, because the population here explodes in the summer. As a result, the health care industry is becoming the biggest driver of the Cape’s economy. Cape Cod Healthcare alone, … Read More






State of The Cape. Insights into the Cape Cod Real Estate Market with MAR President Annie Blatz

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Q: How would you describe the current state of Cape Cod’s real estate market? A: Healthy. Our pending sales and sold properties are up dramatically. Properties are being listed and sold rapidly as demand is high – so our inventory is low. Remarkably, … Read More






Cape Cod’s Affluent Second-Home Owners

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If you could travel back in time to 1950, chances are you would not recognize the communities of Cape Cod. Only 47,000 people lived here then, and almost everyone who had a home on the Cape were full-time residents. The … Read More