Well I have never seen a MH 44 with a factory three point hitch. Maybe they made one but I have not seen one. I think they had Independent PTO. The hydraulics where live. Power steering was an option I believe.
As far as value. A good running one will not sell that well. Rarely breaking $1500-2000.
You have to watch as the parts can be high priced. A friend has several MH he has restored. He complained that the engine gasket set was real high priced on one of them. I can't remember if it was a MH 44 or not but the set was like $300.
It is real easy to get more than any old tractor is worth in repairing a fixer-upper. The MH tractors just are not real collectible as far as high value goes. So the price is not sky high like some are. It takes a rare model to be high priced.
I will not tease you over what your post sounds like. EVERYONE wants a CHEAP tractor with the features you are asking for. Therefore there are not many CHEAP ones with what you are wanting.