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GREAT TIME TO BUY ON CAPE COD

Time is ripe for buying on the Cape. Prices are still below their highest point in 2006.  Mortgage rates are historically low.  The beaches are beautiful.  The air is clear and crisp.  No better time to become a Cape Cod owner of a sweet three-bedroom two bath ranch, or a lake front home with expansive views.  Check them out and give us a whistle.  Enjoy the end of summer!

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Client Testimonials

Jeanette and I want you to know how much we appreciated the significant contribution of time and energy that you expended assisting us through the sale of the cottage.  Ed, you were always on top of everything.  If you had to be somewhere you were there, if assistance was needed you supplied it, and your advice was always appreciated.  Most importantly, you provided the guidance that enabled us to complete the sale without jeopardizing our integrity.  Thank you.

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