About Paul Haughton

Paul is an active Real Estate Investor and Family Guy. Paul’s career spans Internal Auditing, Finance and Project Management. Holds an MBA from University of Hartford, West Hartford CT and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Northern Caribbean University, Jamaica WI.

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How To Sell Your House in Hartford County Without ANY Hassle!

For many people, the thought of selling their home can seem like a lot of work accompanied by a long list of expenses. It might seem even more overwhelming if the property is in disarray or needs repair. However, it doesn’t have to be that way! In our latest post, we will explore the ways […]

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How To Know When It’s The Right Time to Sell Your Hartford County House!

Maybe you’ve been on the fence about selling your house. You are wondering if it’s the right time. We have put together a few questions to ask yourself to help you determine if it’s the right time to sell your Hartford County home!  What is the property doing for you? Your house should be doing one of […]

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The New Way To Sell Your Home in Hartford County

Are you planning on selling your Hartford County house? Before you commit to an agent or try to sell it on your own, learn about the new way to sell your home in Hartford County! For most people, the thought of selling their Hartford County house will likely involve the MLS and the help of a […]

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Using a Lease to Sell Your House For The Price You Want In Hartford County!

Are you planning on selling your Hartford County house? There is a way to sell without listing or selling for less than retail. You can sell your house in Hartford County for the price you want! Learn how more and more sellers are using a rent to own agreement to sell their homes! Who Should Do […]

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Rent To Own Agreement Structure For Selling Your Hartford County House!

More than ever, people throughout CT are selling their houses via a rent to own agreement. By selling this way, you can bypass the stress, hassles, and costs of a traditional sale. You can also get the price you want! Keep reading for our latest post outlining a typical rent to own agreement structure! Why […]

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Pros and Cons of Selling Your House via Rent To Own in Hartford County

Are you thinking about selling your house in Hartford County? In addition to a traditional listing or a direct sale, you can sell your house via a rent-to-own agreement. For many people, it is proving to be the solution they have been looking for when it comes to selling their Hartford County homes! Learn more about […]

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Benefits of Using a Rent to Own Agreement to Sell Your House in Hartford County

There are many ways you can sell a house in Hartford County. Instead of listing or selling to an investor for cash, many people are choosing to sell using a “rent to own” selling structure. This is a more non-traditional method, but it can yield high returns when done correctly. We outline some of the […]

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How Much Will Listing Your House Really Cost in Hartford County?

If you plan on listing a Hartford County house, there are costs to contend with before you list, during the listing process, once an offer has been made and when you find yourself at the closing table. In our latest post, we will take a look at some of these listing costs so you can […]

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Is Hiring An Agent in Hartford County REALLY Worth It?

For many people, when they think about selling their houses, the first thing they will do is look around for a local agent. Agents can be a wonderful asset when selling your house, however, it is not the only strategy you should consider. By doing a little homework, you can successfully sell your house on […]

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How to Determine If A Direct Sale of Your Hartford County House is Right For You!

What you may not know, is that there are multiple ways to sell a Hartford County house. While many people immediately seek the help of an agent, there are other, more cost-effective ways to sell your house. For example, you could choose to carry the note yourself or sell the property directly, without the help of […]

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