Thoughtful updates and pride of ownership are on display with this 4-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom colonial, located in one of Manchester’s most popular neighborhoods. The first floor layout is perfect for today’s lifestyle. The formal living and dining rooms accommodate traditional entertaining needs. An expansive, fully renovated kitchen provides abundant cabinet storage and workspace, as well as a generous eat-in space. It features cherry cabinets, Corian counters, a tile backsplash and floors, and sliders to the backyard.
I recently became aware of the term “House Hacking.” For those that don’t know, the term describes a strategy for becoming a property owner without following the traditional path of buying a single dwelling unit in which to live solo. The underlying idea is that the house (or condo, or multi-family building) is an asset that can generate income. There are various potential income strategies, allowing the house hacker the flexibility to find an approach
Condominiums are an important segment of the Hartford County real estate market, representing about 19% of the total residential sales (single-family, condo, and multi-family) during 2019. They offer a different mix of features and benefits than the other property types, and are usually available at a lower price point. Last year there were 2,220 condominium deals according to the SmartMLS. The total was in line with the result of the past three years. It represents
The new year is a great opportunity to reset. On the business side of our life we made a big change during the last few months of 2019 by switching brokers. The move was geared towards improving our operations and processes, while not having an obvious impact on our interactions with clients. We think the new broker’s technology will help us pursue some opportunities, and we want to be sure we are well positioned for
Hartford County finished 2019 with a single-family sales count in the mid-8,000s for the fourth year in a row. Data from SmartMLS shows that this was a similar activity level to the very early 2000s. A key difference from the early 2000s is that the extended period of strong sales activity has not resulted in nearly the same amount of price appreciation. The County’s median sales price increased by nearly 9% between 2015 and 2019,