After seven down years, prices for property on Cape Cod have dropped to the point where owning a retirement home on Cape Cod is achievable for some baby boomers, according to financial planners and real estate agents. “We see prices on the Cape are low and properties are starting to move again,” said Walter Herlihy, a financial planner with Beacon Financial Planning, which has offices and Centerville and Easton.
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