The norm on Martha’s Vineyard is that the vast majority of owners build and renovate from afar. We've worked with many buyers who fit into this category and have a wealth of local knowledge and real estate insight to help you in your experience.
Projects vary in scope from new builds to significant renovations and expansions, to simple cosmetic repairs. On-Island companies (and there are many) may specialize in or sub-contract work. They are comprehensive "hands on" in the building process, helping owners navigate legal permitting, architectural planning, engineering, land clearing, framing, finish work and landscape design.
Here are some additional resources that you may find helpful as you plan your building or renovation project on Martha’s Vineyard:
- Browse Current Listings – View all land for sale on Martha’s Vineyard with photos, property descriptions, and more. You might also be interested in creating a custom search.
- Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank – This land preservation agency was set up in 1986 to help protect and preserve land on the Island for public enjoyment as the pace of real estate development began to grow. To find out how this may affect your real estate plans read more.
- Real Estate Market Data – Read the latest Martha's Vineyard Real Estate Market Reports for the latest information about the local market.
After the Build: Managing Your Martha's Vineyard Real Estate Investment
Once your project is complete, the work of arranging for property maintenance, ongoing caretaking and leasing your vacation property makes distance ownership a reality. Coldwell Banker Landmarks agents are “boots on the ground,” and can help guide you in managing these various aspects of your real estate investment.
Contact Coldwell Banker Landmarks Real Estate to learn more about planning your Martha’s Vineyard property renovation or building project, from the early stages to completion - and beyond.