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A Buyer’s Guide for Your Dream Waterbury, VT Home

To find your Waterbury, Vermont home you’ll need a buyer’s guide that ends in success. Here is a quick reference to help you begin and take those first steps towards Vermont’s magnificent scenery, history and opportunities for luxurious living. Get to Know the Process. Many homes in the Waterbury area go unlisted in order to … Read More

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5 Negotiating Tips for Homebuyers in Morrisville, Vermont

When you negotiate as a homebuyer you want to succeed. It can be a complex process and sometimes difficult to achieve a favorable outcome. But there are ways to develop a strong position to get the most out of your transaction. When you find your dream home in Morrisville follow these 5 negotiating tips for … Read More

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The 5 WORST Real Estate Investments You Can Make

Real estate investments can be a great way to make some BIG money but they can also be a fast way to lose your shirt. There are many things to consider if you are an investor including potential cash flow, monthly payments, resale value and property taxes. When determining what your next investment will be, … Read More

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5 Ways to Find a Home in the Next Hot Neighborhood

When you want to find your new home in the next hot neighborhood there are a number of factors to consider including your work commute, school districts, home values and pricing. You want a great neighborhood and you want to get the most out of your investment but how can you know which new area … Read More

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Demo Day

We mentioned in our December blog a couple of local businesses with live demonstrations—Laughing Moon Chocolates and Ziemke Glassblowing Studios. In our quest to introduce you to all Stowe has to offer, we’re taking a closer look at these fine local businesses. Situated on Main Street, Laughing Moon Chocolates is a small business that produces … Read More

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Penny Saver

We’re back after our December break and are rested up for a new year of fun. After all the frivolity of the holiday season, you may be feeling a financial pinch and wondering about ways to tighten your belt (figuratively) so you can still get a start on buying that house or fixing the one … Read More

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Like Choc(olate) and Cheese

December is a busy time for many of us. Luckily, a friend of mine is a firm believer, like myself, that there is always time to shop for cheese, chocolate, and pewter. So we decided to investigate a local stop for tourists and natives alike: the Cabot Cheese, Lake Champlain Chocolates, and Danforth Pewter shops … Read More

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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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