Year-to-date, Hartford County homes are selling more quickly than any other county in Connecticut!
On average, homes are selling in:
・ Hartford County: 59 Days� 🔥 ・ Windham County: 69 Days�
・ New Haven County: 69 Days�
・ Tolland County: 77 Days�
・ New London County: 78 Days�
・ Fairfield County: 80 Days�
・ Middlesex County: 83 Days�
・ Litchfield County: 106 Days
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Last weekend we found this literary gem at @thetelegraphnl during our #HartMobBlockParty!🎈We strolled and shopped and we ate at some really neat places. Made possible by @thehartford, #HartMob is dedicated to supporting small businesses.🙌🏽 It was definitely a nice change to shop brick & mortar vs. online giants while exploring New London’s waterfront district, even if in the rain! Support small businesses and help keep them thriving! #sponsored@birdsocialmedia
🎧In this week's episode🎧, We discuss Three Six Mafia reuniting for a tour, Elizabeth Warren apologizing to the Native Americans and local sports update.
Our hot topic this week is: Jay Z & The NFL: Touchdown or Turnover for people of color and the advocacy for racial justice in the league? Our host debate on the partnership between the NFL and Jay-Z's Roc Nation. We even have a special guest that comes on toward the end. ‼️Listen, Comment, Share‼️ Music featured from @oompoutloud
New Album - “Cleo”, track titles are ”Dope” featuring @iamgrimeygurt and “Cleo N 'Nem“ featuring @brandieblaze
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Lucy Vincent is a special place for us...do you have any great memories connected to this beach? Let us know in the comments below, we love hearing about them! #Memories#LVB#LucyVincentBeach
I created this piece by collecting fallen leaves from my favorite tree outside of my old studio in Braintree, layering them over a sketch I did with @copic_official, then photographing it from above. The tree would be rich in color for about 5 days, and then the leaves would fall. I looked forward to seeing that tree’s foliage every year! I’ve now moved to a bigger and better studio, and I’m looking forward to checking out the foliage from my new window. I think the reason I love fall so much is because it reignites my creativity and allows me to hit the “reset” button. My work is very much influenced by the changing of seasons, and I can’t wait to share the collection of autumn-inspired illustrations that are to come! #fashionillustration#fall#newengland#foliage#Autumn#fashionillustration#hnicholsillustration