The Snowman Cometh

My back is sore—for good reason, mind you—but sore nonetheless. It’s not the annoyingly pointless Sisyphus-pushing-the-rock-up-the-hill type sore. Oh no. This is I’m-accomplishing-something-and-am-ready-for-more-please-ma’am type; the we’re-learning-new-skills-excited type, if you will. With the appearance of snow last week, it has now officially become time to get the house ready for winter. Not that it hasn’t already … Read More

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A Walk in the (Wiessner) Woods

Recently, a friend and I decided to go for a hike near Stowe. Since there are so many hiking opportunities in the area, we had to sift through our choices. We didn’t want anything too hard or involved; just something that would get us out of the house for little bit, provide some exercise, and … Read More

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Is This the Time to Take the Leap?

If you have good credit and a modest down payment,  this just may be the best time in history to buy a house in Vermont. For the past two years or so, mortgage rates have been the lowest they have ever been—in history—and rates under 4% for a 30-year mortgage are currently the norm rather … Read More

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Vermont’s economy presents opportunities in real estate

Vermont’s economy is stable throughout these challenging times. Tom Kavel, economist for the Vermont State Legislature, indicates that the state has put away $60 million in stabilization reserve funds and $30 million in the human services caseload reserve. The state is working on a level funding budget for next year. What does this mean for … Read More

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