Real estate advice: Bonnie Gridley

Preparedness as a home buyer is paramount. First explore, with at least three different lenders, their loan options for you and get a letter of pre-qualification, so you know what you can afford. It’s always more rewarding to go shopping when you know what your budget is. 

Real estate advice: Nancy Foster

The years since the start of COVID have been very interesting, and totally unlike any other period of time since I have been selling real estate, which is about 45 years. 

Real estate advice: Irene Poole

The real estate market nationally continues to reel from the many effects of the pandemic, and Vermont’s market is no exception.  In a word, the market is “complex,” and in the process of recalibrating.

Real estate advice: Chris Von Trapp

‏The Addison County real estate market experienced a strong surge in 2022, with rising purchase prices, multiple offers, shorter market times and cash offers.

Real estate advice: How do you expect the local market to change in 2023?

The local real estate market has experienced a good increase in the value of homes in the past two years.

Real estate advice: What kinds of buyers are interested in moving to Addison County

hey range from families looking to get closer to family and come back to their roots where they were raised or grew up, to parents who are retired looking to have a home closer to their grown children and grandchildren.

Real estate advice: How is Addison County’s housing inventory?

Addison County’s housing inventory remains very low with only about 25 properties actively available throughout the county as of Feb. 24.

Real estate advice: Are you seeing more interest from buyers?

In January, we started seeing interest rates fall, home prices started leveling off and new properties started coming on the market at a quicker pace.