2 – 4 Rodney Street, Hartford’s West End

2-4 Rodney Street, Hartford

Solid West End three-family, great for an owner occupant or investor. The first and second floor units have enclosed front porches, formal living and dining rooms, kitchen with pantry, 2 bedrooms and a full bathroom. The third floor unit has a living room, kitchen with eat-in nook, two bedrooms, and a full bathroom. New roof, aluminum siding, replacement windows, updated electrical, and separate gas mechanicals make maintenance a breeze. There is a 2-car garage and

190 Ashley Street, Hartford’s Asylum Hill

190 Ashley Street, Hartford

This charming Asylum Hill Victorian has all the classic architectural details you’d expect and a fantastic double lot to enjoy. Natural woodwork, oak hardwood floors, a beautifully carved fireplace mantle with a mirror and original glass tile surround, and stained glass are just some of the features you’ll appreciate. The foyer with turned oak staircase greets your guests. A formal living room offers space to relax and entertain, as it opens to the formal dining

60 Gifford Road, West Hartford

60 Gifford Road, West Hartford

You must see this charming storybook colonial, located on a sought after cul de sac, close to the Center and BBS. Step inside to the oversized living room with a wood burning fireplace and built-in bookcases. It leads to the dining room which features a traditional built-in china cabinet. A cheerful three-season sunroom flows off the dining room and leads to the backyard. A white kitchen completes the first floor. Upstairs you’ll find two spacious

August Contracts: Well Above Normal

2020-09-03 Hartford County Single Family Contracts in August 2020

With 1,128 single-family contracts recorded, August 2020 was a strong month for the Hartford County real estate market. The total was about 31% higher than last August, but noticeably lower than the July 2020 total. On a year-to-date basis 2020 is trending about 12% ahead of 2019 through August. The bounce back that is visible in the contracts by month data suggests that the spring lockdown was a temporary obstacle in the market. January and

The Check is in the Mail

2020-08-25 The Check is in the Mail

The real estate industry utilizes the United States Postal Service as part of the transaction process, mostly by transporting checks. The pandemic has actually boosted our mail usage as in-person rendezvous for check hand-offs are discouraged (or banned). Buyers often mail their checks to the listing broker of properties they put under contract. This represents the earnest money deposit to hold the house, which is eventually applied to their downpayment at the closing. In Greater