83-85 Cowles Street, Hartford

83-85 Cowles Street, Hartford

Don’t miss a great opportunity for an owner occupant or investor buyer with this nicely maintained 2-family located in Hartford’s South End. Close to Goodwin Park and popular neighborhood restaurants, the location can’t be beat. Both units offer a spacious living room which opens to the dining room, an open kitchen with large pantry, two bedrooms, a full bathroom, and rear porches overlooking the backyard. The second floor has an updated kitchen with new appliances,

12 Babcock Street, Hartford

12 Babcock Street, Hartford

This fantastic brick two-family is conveniently located in the Frog Hollow historic district. A few steps away from local restaurants, highway access, and all that Frog Hollow and Downtown have to offer, you’ll love the great location and neighborhood charm. The first floor unit has an oversized living room, which is open to the kitchen. There is plenty of space for a sitting and dining area. A remodeled full bathroom, bedroom with oversized closet, and

You Have to BUY the House

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Home buyers naturally want to get the best deal possible on their purchase. But in this market they have to balance that instinct against their desire to win one of the relatively few available properties. Buyers have to BUY the home they want. Sellers are not going to give them the home. And a bidder thinking that they’d be okay taking the home – but only at their price – is unlikely to get anything

November Contracts: Slowing Down

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November was busy, with 839 single-family contracts in Hartford County, but is was much less busy that the previous six months. I’m most interested in exploring why November dropped off so much from October. We had a big election in November. Did you know that? Well, we did. And it’s possible that everything surrounding the election caused people to take a step back to understand the outcome. Most of us have had a good handle

Why Wasn’t My Offer Accepted?

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Hi there. Welcome, and I am very sorry to hear that the offer you made on that home was not accepted. Even though I (probably) don’t know anything about your situation, I might still be able to help you understand this unfortunate development! I have found that sellers generally reject offers for a few reasons, so one very likely applies to your situation. 1. You Didn’t Offer Enough $$$ Sellers usually pick the offer with