As Spring Cometh…

“As spring cometh, confidence is close at hand,” said Pall Spera philosophically, upon reading yesterday’s Blog entry. “Current consumer confidence in many areas of their lives is evident in our ‘defrosting’ real estate market as well,” he added. It is as though during waves of colder economic climate, we instinctively retreat to the safety and warmth … Read More

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Thursday Stats

An article published today, on the National Association of Realtors’ website, seems to confirm the market assessment brought to light in comments by economists who attended the January 12 International Builders’ Show (see Blog post titled Trendy Tuesdays). “Existing-home sales rose sharply in December,” begins the article, “when sales increased for the fifth time in … Read More

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While in St. Barth’s

A December 30, Boston Herald headline reads, “Tracked Down: Meg Ryan, Doug Foregger, Russell Simmons and more…” The article continues, referring to celebrities gathering on Martha’s Vineyard, St. Barth’s and other such locations for New Year’s Eve celebrations. While Stowe and St. Barth’s are 1925.5 miles apart, I assure you there is a connection here. … Read More

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Trendy Tuesdays

Today marks the beginning of a new segment on the Pall Spera Company Blog, Trendy Tuesdays. I will devote this segment to industry news, statistics, trends and other professional analysis from reputable sources: Real Estate Information Systems (RIS Media), The National Association of Realtors (NAHB) and Real Trends and The National Association of Home builders, … Read More

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Local Scene – The Heartbeat of Lamoille County

Morristown by Jack Irwin Liberman Morristown is the only town in Lamoille County with consistent yearly population growth since its creation. Original residents had moved from New York State, Massachusetts and St. Regis, brining to Morristown the flavor of their individual cultural backgrounds and architectural styles. Additionally, the railroad greatly contributed to the successful development … Read More

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