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5 Reasons It'll Pay to Sell Your Home Early in 2018
t's been nearly a decade since the Great Recession delivered the worst housing crash in modern memory. But these days, the fallout feels squarely in the rearview mirror. Markets have bounced back with fervor, and confidence is skyrocketing: From Charlotte, NC, to Stockton, CA—and everywhere in between—homes are flying off the market at record prices, and buyers are still clamoring to get in the game.

One thing is clear: It's a great time to be a seller.​ Click here to read the entire article.

Source: Realtor.com

How to Buy a House This Year - 5 Steps to Get an Edge

​Figuring out how to buy a house is no small feat—particularly since the rules keep on changing. So even if you've bought a home in the past and feel like the process is old hat, watch out: What worked in 2017 might not fly in 2018. It's a whole new real estate world out there!

In an effort to prepare you, here are some of the new rules on how to buy a house this year. You will face new tax codes, an onslaught of tough competition, and more that will require you to hone your home-buying skills more than ever. But knowing what awaits you is half the battle. Check out this refresher on how to buy a house in 2018. Click here to read the entire article.

Source: Realtor.com

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This month's featured town of the month is Brandon, VT.

Brandon, VT is a classic New England town conveniently located between Rutland, the third largest city in Vermont and Middlebury, a major cultural center.  Our two neighboring towns are congested: traffic lights, strip malls, and all the other outfittings of modern America.  Brandon is different.  A compact and walkable downtown filled with historic architecture, the natural world found in the Neshobe River as it cascades through downtown, a significantly lower cost-of-living and a tightly-knit community of residents striving to make Brandon a better place through a host of non-profit organizations. Click here to learn more.
Source: Town of Brandon

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