Real Estate Leads Part 2: Paid Leads

Paid Leads

There is an active market for leads in real estate, though the economics are generally hidden from the public. I thought it would be a good idea to shine a light on this corner of the industry so that you can understand how it all works. Start with Part 1 if you are just joining us. Paid leads are opportunities that an agent purchases from a 3rd party, usually an app/website. The general agreement is

Real Estate Leads Part 1: Types of Leads

Real Estate Leads

There is an active market for leads in real estate, though the economics are generally hidden from the public. I thought it would be a good idea to shine a light on this corner of the industry so that you can understand how it all works. Real Estate agents build their business based on three main types of leads; Direct, Paid, and Contingent. The differences between these lead types matter because the economics vary for

May Contracts: Continued Strong Activity

May Single-Family Contracts Chart

May was another strong month in the Hartford County real estate markets. Single-family homes sales totaled 1,125, which is the highest monthly count that we have ever reported, narrowly beating out May 2017. On a year-to-date basis the market is about 1.7% ahead of where it was through the first five months of 2018. Breaking the year-to-date activity down by price shows that the majority of the activity gains have been realized in the middle

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

April Contracts: Smoothly into Spring

2019-05-09 Hartford County Single Family Contracts in April 2019

April was a very strong month for the Hartford County real estate market. Single-family sales easily topped the 1,000 level, and outpaced the observed total from April 2018. On a year-to-date basis 2019 pulled slightly ahead of 2018. Market activity has been smoothly building throughout the spring. This year has been consistently strong for sales, but it wasn’t until April that we saw the market transition into full-fledged spring mode. Inventory levels continue to be