110 Kensington Street, Hartford

110 Kensington Street

This townhouse is ready for its next owner – will it be you? Sited on a sunny and level lot, the home is half of a duplex with its own yard and driveway. Relax on the covered front porch and greet your neighbors as they pass. Inside, the main level is bright and cheerful with an open concept layout and neutral colors. Enjoy the large living room and formal dining room overlooking the rear. The

30-32 Ashley Street, Hartford’s Asylum Hill

30-32 Ashley Street, Hartford

This restored brick Victorian two-family is a turn-key opportunity for an owner-occupant or investor. The first-floor unit provides stable income with a lease through Feb 2022 at $1,150/month, while the townhouse upper unit offers more flexibility. Both units include traditional woodwork, hardwood floors, high ceilings, in-unit laundry, high efficiency gas heating systems with tankless hot water, replacement windows, newer roof. Enter the lower unit via a private front porch into a wide foyer. A living

126 Kenyon Street, Hartford

126 Kenyon, Hartford

Don’t miss this classic West End Victorian! Plenty of space and original architectural charm make this a great West End opportunity. The sunny enclosed porch is a quiet space to read and watch the world go by. Step inside and you’ll be wowed by the beautiful hardwood floors, original woodwork, stained glass windows, and pocket doors. The first floor plan is bright, open, and perfect for entertaining. The foyer connects the formal living room, formal

May Contracts: Still Spring

2021-06-02 Hartford County Single-Family Contracts in May 2021

Hartford County finished May with 1,163 single-family contracts, a total that was in line with the past two years. On a year-to-date basis 2021 is on the fastest deal count pace since we’re been reporting stats. The market was constrained by low levels of available inventory. As of the end of the month the number of active listings had inched up to 752, corresponding to 0.7 months of deals at the recent pace of sales.

Just in Time Real Estate

2021-06-01 Just in Time

The current real estate market reminds me of something we learned in business school. The corporate world was very focused on “Just in Time” supply chain logistics when we were earning our MBAs. The idea was that the most efficient way to run a business was to hold as little inventory as possible. Minimizing inventory had the benefit of minimizing expenses and minimizing space requirements, but it depended on regular inventory deliveries. Consider water as