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Village Living in Stowe and Montpelier, Vermont

Stroll to the center of historic downtown Stowe from this charming village home. This prime location with Mt. Mansfield views provides for a desirable village lifestyle with easy access to all that Stowe offers, from shopping, restaurants, rec path, galleries, and more. Sip a warm cup of coffee while watching the morning sun paint Stowe Mountain Resort deep shades of pink; then enjoy an early morning walk on the Quiet Path and beyond.  For more information, including photographs and tour, click through here.

 

                    

 

The Residences at Hill Street, a new development located steps from historic Stowe Village, offer the best in classic Vermont farmhouse design with modern finishes.  Throughout each home you'll find attention to detail, modern kitchen features, garage, and more.  To find out more about these brand new homes and their special features, click through here.

 

This stunning, fully renovated 3 story carriage house is located in the heart of Vermont’s vibrant Capital. Every aspect of this former Mayoral residence has been lovingly restored by renowned Interior Architect Tinatin Kilaberidze and the current owners. This is a truly unique home in one of the nation’s most storied cities, and is within walking distance to shopping, dining, cultural venues and Vermont’s historic State House.  For more on on this charming property, click through here.

 

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Market Update

                 Mountain Glen Drive, Stowe

 

The real estate market has been strong and consistent for years in our market area and beyond.  As our world has had to recently navigate the unexpected challenges and affects of Covid-19, there has been a great deal of uncertainty; and more than ever, people want to know what the state of the real estate market is.  As communities expand with re-opening, and some local and state restrictions have been lifted over past weeks, we have been able to begin to get a clearer picture.  Real estate continues to transact, and prices have been holding for the most part - in some cases even increasing. Three factors so far remain in tact - strong buyer demand, low inventory, and all-time low interest rates.  And although there have been fewer options for buyers to choose from, this is the time where more sellers will be listing their properties for sale, which we have already been seeing.

Despite challenges surrounding the ability for buyers to actually come to Vermont from out of state, and sellers being willing or not to have their properties shown, all parties have had to find ways to adapt.  Real estate agents have had to enhance their virtual property tours to enable buyers more visual opportunities to view and even purchase, with assistance from their agents.  As a result, we have been seeing more buyers becoming increasingly active, and properties going under contract at all price points.  In some cases buyers had not even physically seen the property.  As with pre-Covid, some sellers have been presented with multiple offers, a number of which have been for over the listed prices.  We have been monitoring the market more closely than ever, and have found over the past couple of weeks pending sales and closed sales in our market area have been robust - in all price ranges. Two weeks ago all 4 homes that sold, were on average, within 5% of the list price. 

Despite the ongoing need to adapt, including new protocols for showing properties (think masks and other safety precautions), we are optimistic that these consistent trends and consumers' resiliency will continue as we enter our busiest selling season of the year.  Be assured that our goal is to keep the public informed, and provide whatever assistance may be necessary, more often than ever during these changing times.

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