Real estate center opens in Vergennes
VERGENNES — Responding to increased demand to serve home sellers and buyers in Addison County, Coldwell Banker Hickok & Boardman Realty on May 15 announced the opening of a real estate sales center in Vergennes. Headquartered in Burlington, the firm also operates a real estate office in St. Albans.
“Coldwell Banker Hickok & Boardman Realty has been serving home buyers and sellers throughout Addison County and Northwest Vermont since 1958,” says Leslee MacKenzie, president/ owner. “While certainly not new to Addison County, the Vergennes location expands our presence in the county and extends the level of services available to our clients and agents.”
Coldwell Banker Hickok & Boardman Realty is ranked 43rd out of more than 700 Coldwell Banker companies in North America. “With more than 90 experienced agents and staff, the firm sets the bar for excellence and innovation in real estate services. We have established marketing services, relocation support, and technology platforms,” says Chris von Trapp, a long-time agent with the firm and resident of Addison County.
Realtor Michael Johnston of West Addison adds, “This new location allows us to assist clients with a higher level of individualized attention and operational efficiency.”
As reported in Coldwell Banker’s Vermont Market Report, in 2018 the median sale price of single-family homes in Addison County grew 3.3 percent to $268,500, nearby Chittenden County’s median sale price is $339,900. A limited supply of newly listed homes certainly contributed to price increases, the company said; and it projects that buyers are attracted to both the affordability of Addison County and the thriving community of restaurants, shopping and entertainment in town centers like Middlebury, Bristol and Vergennes.
Coldwell Banker Hickok & Boardman Realty is locally owned and operated. The firm has been recognized for the excellence of its works by several published measures.
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