Cove Real Estate

Posted by Cove Real Estate on 7/6/2015

Provincetown, MA:

This Land in Provincetown, MA recently sold for $195,000.

This property features 0.29 acres, and was sold by
Cove Real Estate

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Posted by Cove Real Estate on 3/24/2014

RARE Development Opportunity!!!!This lot, which is located in the quiet East End, was originally part of a larger parcel of land. The lot lines were recently redrawn to create this 10,153 square foot lot with 50 feet of frontage. It is being offered with approved plans for 2 free-standing condos. Each building will be approximately 1600 sf, one with 2 bedrooms and an artist studio, the other with 3 bedrooms. They will share the 5 bedroom Title V septic system. Buyer will be responsible for securing the building permit and for completing the condominium process after closing.

This property features 0.23 Acres, and is currently available for $549,000.

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Posted by Cove Real Estate on 2/1/2013

There are many ways that you can invest in real estate. One way is by purchasing land. This option can be a very lucrative choice, as long as you keep the few important points in mind. The reason why purchasing land could be a viable option is because you get to pick your location, and build a home to your specs. This will allow you to find your own contractors to construct your building for you. By having full control over who you choose and what you pay, it becomes easier for you to save on costs. Keep in mind that while you do have full control over who you choose to build on your property, it also means that there will be more responsibility hanging over your shoulders. For example, you would need to make sure that you have all the right permits to construct your building, and you also have to make sure that you choose the right contractors; otherwise the whole project can turn into a big catastrophe. Therefore, before deciding to purchase a piece of property that is completely void of any buildings, take some time to do some research, as this will save you a lot of headache in the long run. Buying land in a down market can also be a great investment. Land is becoming harder to come by, which is creating a higher demand for land and in turn bringing the price up. Buying land now and holding onto to it could bring some great return. Think about it in 10 years from now there will be a lot less land and your lot could be worth a pot of gold. Invest now and reap the rewards down the road. Think of it like a savings account, you deposit money into a piece of land and watch your money grow!