The iBuyer is the Newest Type of Flipper

Flipping Houses

The practice of buying and quickly reselling real estate is well established. It generally goes by the name of “flipping.” There are different business models under the broad umbrella of flipping, with different risk and return profiles. At one end of the spectrum Wholesalers try to buy super cheap by finding private deals. At the other end of the spectrum Renovators focus on adding value to a property through construction. Despite the easy profits shown

180 Whitney Street, Hartford’s West End

180 Whitney Street, Hartford

Don’t miss this well-maintained and spacious three-unit building in the West End of Hartford. Each floor is a separate unit, each with their own power, gas, hot water, and heating systems. Live in one and have your tenants pay cover your expenses or operate it as an investment property! The first floor has a living room with fireplace, dining room, and den overlooking the covered front porch. The kitchen includes a pantry, and there are

155-157 Beacon St, Hartford’s West End

155-157 Beacon Street is a West End brick multi-family looking for its next owner. The floor plans of the first and second floors are similar, currently set up as 2 bedroom apartments with large living rooms, formal dining rooms, and a kitchen with pantry and laundry hook-ups. The bedrooms are both oversized, with a full bathroom between them, and the front-to-back center hall separating them from the living space. The units have hardwood floors throughout.

307-309 New Park Avenue, Hartford

307-309 New Park is a two-unit building in an overlooked part of Hartford within sight of the West Hartford line. It is a short walk to the grocery store and Kane Street Fastrak station, providing easy public transportation to Downtown Hartford, New Britain, and all the stops in between. The convenient location is also close to the interstate and the local CTTransit buses stop. The first-floor unit is two bedrooms and one bath. The upper