We are a resort for all seasons, with numerous activities and events year round, the Cape May real estate market remains very active as a result.
Cape May, NJ (PRWEB) November 18, 2010
The summer months are not the only time, Cape May is bustling with activity. Including the advent of the holiday season, Cape May’s residents and visitors can expect to enjoy even more events in the local community, reports Wilsey Realty broker/owner Gail Wilsey Morrison. The coastal resort town, often dubbed the jewel of the Jersey shore, has an events calendar that’s packed the whole year round, thus encouraging a strong local economy and real estate market.
“Summer isn’t the only season in Cape May,” says Wilsey, who’s also a Cape May native and a member of the local chamber of commerce. “We are a resort for all seasons, with numerous activities and events year round, the Cape May real estate market remains very active as a result.” Though summer is the peak season for Cape May vacation rentals, Wilsey reports that it’s not unusual for visitors to book rentals into the fall and throughout the year. As a small business owner and realtor, Wilsey has her own online resource, http://www.WilseyRealty.com, for Cape May vacation rentals and real estate. She strives to provide her clients and users with up-to-date information on the lifestyle of the area, as well as comprehensive real estate search tools.
Apart from its famed beach and boardwalk, other attractions found in Cape May are its collection of well-preserved Victorian homes, buildings and its extensive yearly events calendar. This fall and winter, residents and visitors can look forward to the Halloween Parade and Party; the New Jersey Audubon Society’s Cape May Autumn Weekend; the 10th Annual South Jersey Big Bass Open; the Sherlock Holmes Weekend; the Cape May Jazz Festival; and the myriad events and activities celebrating Christmas in Cape May, from November 19 all the way to January 2, 2011.
Among the town’s other signature events are the Spring Festival, which runs from the end of April to May; the Music Festival from May to June; the Food & Wine Festival in September; The Cape May New Jersey State Film Festival and Victorian Week in October. “Whether you’re a serious birder, a fishing enthusiast, a lover of Victorian architecture, or you just want to spend your days on the beach, you will never run out of things to do in Cape May,” says Wilsey, who is an active member of the local community and well-known as a local resource.
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