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  • Your Feedback Matters

    Your Feedback Matters

    At Property Cape Cod, our focus is our desire to enrich people’s lives, one connection at a time. Your perspective as a client who has worked with one of our agents is incredibly important to us and future clients. We believe that each connection we make has the power to positively impact lives, and your…


  • Property Cape Cod Vacations is Hiring!

    Property Cape Cod Vacations is Hiring!

    Salary plus commission-based opportunity on Cape Cod, MA for enthusiastic candidates driven by a passion for improving people’s lives. The ideal candidate will be a collaborative team player with excellent communication skills, capable of multi-tasking within a dynamic and fast-paced environment while consistently delivering outstanding customer service, while being fairly compensated. You will serve as…


  • Holiday Art Prints by Karen Lilly and Dave Kenney

    Holiday Art Prints by Karen Lilly and Dave Kenney

    8 x 10″ Prints matted to 11 x 14″ of all Karen Lilly and her husband, Dave Kenney’s Holiday paintings are available upon request. Just click the Get in Touch button below, complete the form, and tell us which prints you’re interested in.


  • Do I Really Need a Buyer’s Agent?

    Do I Really Need a Buyer’s Agent?

    Absolutely. And here’s 8 important reasons why: If you’re looking to buy a home on Cape Cod, it’s essential to have a Buyer’s Agent who’s completely dedicated to your needs. An exclusive Buyer’s Agent is someone who only works for buyers, never for sellers. It’s important to understand that seller’s agents, also known as listing…


  • Do I Need Flood Insurance?

    Do I Need Flood Insurance?

    In addition to home insurance, other types of insurance may be required by mortgage companies. Depending on where your home is located, you may have to have flood insurance. When purchasing flood insurance, it makes sense to keep an open mind, as there are a lot of considerations. The FEMA flood maps change, causing properties…


  • You’ve found the perfect home! Now what?

    You’ve found the perfect home! Now what?

    The Buying Process 1. Make an offer and negotiate. You make an offer, consisting of the amount you are willing to pay. Your agent will advise you of the amount you might consider offering, based upon comparable sales, but the decision on the offer amount and possible contingencies is yours! Contingencies are conditions the buyer…


  • Choosing the right lender for your mortgage pre-approval

    Choosing the right lender for your mortgage pre-approval

    An Important, But Often Overlooked Step in the Cape Cod Market! When you are not paying for your new home in cash, which most buyers do not, mortgage pre-approval is an important step for so many reasons. It is imperative to know your options from a financing standpoint. Even if you are putting a large…


  • Choose a Buyers Agent that adapts to the ever changing market

    Choose a Buyers Agent that adapts to the ever changing market

    One of the biggest questions brokers and realtors are asked is: “ How is the market?” This question is asked often once a person learns you work in real estate. And, it is a great question as the market changes. Sometimes it can be years before changes are evident, but shifts and changes always occur…


  • First Time Home Buyers

    First Time Home Buyers

    The Road to Home Ownership: Your First Home. No matter your age, the idea of buying your first home is exciting and possibly terrifying. As a first time home buyer, you have probably thought of just what YOUR dream home will have. Will it have a modern kitchen? Stainless steel appliances? Granite countertops? While your…


  • When you purchase your second home and it nearly kills you!

    When you purchase your second home and it nearly kills you!

    If I told you moving to Cape Cod would nearly kill you, what would you think? You’d probably think I was making a joke about house prices, inflation, traffic driving you mad, or a pack of coyotes prowling the beaches at all hours. Well you, my friend – you would be wrong. Now – what…