Private Consultations vs Buyer Seminars

2020-05-01 Private Consultations vs Buyer Seminars

We are available for private consultations, to answer your questions about buying a home or anything else related to real estate, on a variety of video conferencing platforms. I lead with that because I’ve noticed an explosion of virtual buyer seminars advertised since video conferences became the norm. Buyer seminars happened before Zoom, of course, so it’s not like they are totally new. However, they are much more efficient to organize virtually. And the big

Hartford County Multi-Family Review

2020-01-18 Hartford County Multi-Family Market Review 2019

The Hartford County multi-family residential market continued to improve in 2019. The total number of closed deals increased about 3% over the previous year to 928 sales. Activity was up more than 56% from the low point in 2012 when the market was in disarray. Of the three residential property types (single-family, condominium, and multi-family), the multi-family market is the strongest and healthiest. This is true despite the fact that sales totals are well below

House Hacking in Central Connecticut

2020-01-21 House Hacking

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

The iBuyer is the Newest Type of Flipper

Flipping Houses

The practice of buying and quickly reselling real estate is well established. It generally goes by the name of “flipping.” There are different business models under the broad umbrella of flipping, with different risk and return profiles. At one end of the spectrum Wholesalers try to buy super cheap by finding private deals. At the other end of the spectrum Renovators focus on adding value to a property through construction. Despite the easy profits shown

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