55 Beacon Street, Hartford

55 Beacon, Hartford

Great condition and income on this well maintained 3-family. First floor unit has 3 bedrooms, living room with natural woodwork and built-ins, remodeled bathroom, kitchen with pantry and all new appliances, large back deck, central air, gas heat and hot water. Second floor has 3 bedrooms, living room with access to a porch, kitchen with pantry, full bathroom, oil heat (with newer oil tank) and gas hot water. Third floor has 2 bedrooms, a living

53 Beacon Street, Hartford

This outstanding 2-family is turnkey and perfect for an owner occupant or investor. Unit 1 has all of its original oak detailing, leaded glass windows, and pocket doors. The living room has a decorative fireplace and opens to a formal dining room with built-in hutch. The renovated kitchen has eat-in space, a dishwasher and pantry for storage. There are three large bedrooms and an updated bathroom. Unit 2 also has all of its original oak

11 Fales Street, Hartford

Here is a nicely updated West End 2-family with good rental income, great for owner occupants or investors. Unit 1 has 2 bedrooms and 1 full bathroom with laundry in the unit. The kitchen and bathroom have been completely renovated. There is a living room with a fireplace and hardwood floors throughout the unit. This unit has oil heat and an electric hot water heater. Unit 2 has 4 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms with

137 Girard Avenue, Hartford’s West End

This fantastic West End 3-family is located across the street from the UConn Law School. Charming architecture, strong income and separate utilities make this a great property for an owner occupant or investment buyer. The first floor unit offers an updated kitchen and renovated full bathroom, 2 bedrooms, formal living and dining rooms and a powder room. The second floor unit has 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms and laundry in the unit. The third floor

Distress in the 2011 Hartford County Market

Our local MLS added two fields to denote distressed sales back in 2008. As with most new things, the fields were not immediately and uniformly adopted by the thousands of individual agents in the area. Now that they are widely used, we can begin to look at the level of distress in our local markets using the CTMLS database. At the big picture level, it appears that distressed single-family homes and condominiums sales represented about