Square Footage with a Twist

At this time in American history, we most often acquire things because we want them, rather than merely acquiring things we need. Not that there is anything wrong with this, but our perspective has changed radically, in a relatively short time, and this affects how we perceive practical things of all shapes and sizes, from … Read More

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Good Day for an Open House!

Real Estate agents from different offices, and even those within the same office, may compete for the market at some level, but in reality they work together more than you might imagine. Whether representing a buyer or seller, they are bound by the same rules of ethics. The most important of these is their commitment … Read More

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X-Pectations

Photo by Mark Moz, courtesy of flickr. Generation X (those born between 1965 and 1979) is considered to be an especially financially savvy and well-educated group. Gen Xers were born at a time when entertainment and communications technologies evolved right under their noses. This had a direct impact on their perception of work and living environments … Read More

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Why Rent?

The question “Why Rent?” takes on a whole new meaning at Pall Spera Company. As you may know, Country Village Rentals and Pall Spera Company now operate under one roof, making this a truly multi-faceted agency. “It gives homeowners an in-house rental operation under one roof”, says Vermont Country Rentals team leader Xander Paumgarten. Since … Read More

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Friggatriskaidekaphobia

By the time you manage to pronounce this, you might have forgotten that it is Friday the 13th… if you feel you need to forget, that is. Friggatriskaidekaphobia: From Frigga, Norse goddess associated with Friday and triskaidekaphobia, fear of the number 13. There is at least one, but no more than three, Friday the 13ths … Read More

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Indefatigable

in·de·fat·i·ga·ble Origin: 1580–90; Adjective: Incapable of being tired out; not yielding to fatigue; untiring, inexhaustible, persevering. How often do you hear or use this word? If you happened to sit through our weekly staff meetings, you might hear it often enough to imprint a rhythmic pattern on your mind, as a sort of gentle drum … Read More

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Blueprint Blues

You walk into a large, bright kitchen with a wooden floor. Mind you the floor is not quite level anymore after providing support for a family with five children, all boys, who worked on their father’s farm and tramped in and out, over a century ago. And then there was the newlywed couple who came … Read More

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