City of Hardwick sees increase in home values; first time in five years

Home values in Hardwick increased for the first time in half a decade.

That information was presented to the city council Tuesday, April 12, at the city’s annual board of appeals and equalization meeting at the city hall.

“Residential values were unique for the first time in five years,” said Tom Houselog, the county’s Land Records Office director.


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