December 10, 2021: It’s been a crazy year in real estate everywhere, but on Cape Cod, it’s been exceptionally fast-paced, competitive, and at times absurd, with some homes selling for 40 to 61% over the asking price. It’s been a distressing time for many couples and families trying to find a home here. Our new series is devoted to making it easier to understand Cape Cod real estate.

Expensive Cape Cod


The values shown are the median sales price of single-family homes in towns across the Cape. 9/21.

  1. Provincetown @ $1,395,000
  2. Chatham @ $1,230,0000
  3. Truro @ $1,049,750
  4. Orleans @ $963,000
  5. Wellfleet @ $802,500
  6. Brewster @ $675,000
  7. Mashpee @ $675,000
  8. Falmouth @ $671,250
  9. Eastham @ $655,000
  10. Sandwich @ $610,000
  11. Harwich @ $575,000
  12. Barnstable @ $555,888
  13. Dennis @ $525,000
  14. Bourne @ $525,000
  15. Yarmouth @ $455,000

All figures are based on the median sales price for the year to date, September 2021. These figures are based on data from the Cape and Islands Association of Realtors. The list does not include figures from Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, or Wareham.

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All data relating to real estate for sale on this page comes from the Broker Reciprocity (BR) of the Cape Cod & Islands Multiple Listing Service, Inc. Detailed information about real estate listings held by brokerage firms other than CC&I Assoc. of REALTORS, Inc include the name of the listing company. Neither the listing company nor CC&I Assoc. of REALTORS, Inc shall be responsible for any typographical errors, misinformation, misprints and shall be held totally harmless. The Broker providing this data believes it to be correct, but advises interested parties to confirm any item before relying on it in a purchase decision. This site was last updated 02/14/2017. All properties are subject to prior sale, changes, or withdrawal. Copyright 2020© Cape Cod & Islands Multiple Listing Service, Inc. All rights reserved

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