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Real Estate

A Cape Cod retirement home is now more affordable

Home values across Cape Cod have fallen 18 percent since the real estate market peaked in 2005, with median prices in many communities now below $400,000.

CAPE COD TOWNS SINGLE-FAMILY HOME PRICES

  • Barnstable

    2005
    $462,500
  • 2012 YTD
    $405,000
  • Bourne

    2005
    $384,500
  • 2012 YTD
    $239,000
  • Brewster

    2005
    $431,900
  • 2012 YTD
    $370,000
  • Centerville

    2005
    $361,000
  • 2012 YTD
    $265,000
  • Chatham

    2005
    $657,500
  • 2012 YTD
    $550,000
  • Cotuit

    2005
    $429,000
  • 2012 YTD
    $300,000
  • Dennis

    2005
    $348,000
  • 2012 YTD
    $297,500
  • Eastham

    2005
    $431,950
  • 2012 YTD
    $357,500
  • Falmouth

    2005
    $415,000
  • 2012 YTD
    $360,000
  • Harwich

    2005
    $399,000
  • 2012 YTD
    $325,000
  • Hyannis

    2005
    $327,000
  • 2012 YTD
    $205,000
  • Marstons Mills

    2005
    $350,050
  • 2012 YTD
    $290,000
  • Mashpee

    2005
    $400,000
  • 2012 YTD
    $297,250
  • Orleans

    2005
    $697,000
  • 2012 YTD
    $479,219
  • Osterville

    2005
    $550,000
  • 2012 YTD
    $459,000
  • Provincetown

    2005
    $715,000
  • 2012 YTD
    $655,000
  • Sandwich

    2005
    $367,500
  • 2012 YTD
    $289,500
  • Truro

    2005
    $638,000
  • 2012 YTD
    $638,000
  • Wellfleet

    2005
    $565,000
  • 2012 YTD
    $481,250
  • Yarmouth

    2005
    $327,000
  • 2012 YTD
    $235,500
  • Barnstable County

    2005
    $390,000
  • 2012 YTD
    $320,000

SOURCE: The Warren Group

Patrick Garvin / Globe Staff
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