The broader picture for all of Berkshire County tells a similar story. There are presently 4 pending sales in the Berkshires that are listed over $1 million (no guarantee they all will sell over the $1 million dollar listing price). So far as of this date we have 7 total sales in 2019 over $1 million dollars. This leaves a total of 113 Berkshire County MLS properties as active listings in the price range at or above $1.5M. The total number of sales over $1 million last year (2018) was 23 for all of Berkshire County.
Blog :: 2019
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Berkshire County Investment properties including second homes and condos. Be prepared to act quickly when opportunity strikes. Buying Berkshire property can be a great investment with the right value, clarity and insight prior to signing the P&S.
Berkshire County Real Estate Agents. What does your agent do for you? Find it here with the Massachusetts Licensee Disclosure Form. Read to to get the full story of Real Estate Representation in the Berkshires.
Realtor Paul A. Harsch III, the founder and president of Harsch Associates of Williamstown, has been appointed to the seven member Vermont Real Estate Commission by Vermont Governor Phillip B. Scott.
Underneath It All Is The Berkshire Land or as Mark Twain said "Invest In Land. They Are Not Making It Anymore."
Why are more people moving to Vermont? United Van Lines tracks moves every year. This interactive map will surprise you.
Berkshire home sellers that remain on the market during the winter often have a more urgent need to sell which can be anything from a new job in another location outside of the Berkshires to deciding that they no longer have need of a second home in the Berkshires.