Montpelier Real Estate News
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May 19, 2015 | via The Bennington Banner
The new Bennington branch of VSECU is now open at 194 North St., with a grand opening ceremony June 9. The new branch belongs to the nonprofit Vermont State Employee Credit Union, its name something of a misnomer as anyone who lives or works in Vermont can join. Located in the same building as Rite Aid Pharmacy at 194 North St., its opening comes after the merger between VSECU and Bennington E/E Federal Credit Union. Comment?
Mar 30, 2015 | via The Brattleboro Reformer
MONTPELIER >> Vermont lawmakers looking to raise $35 million in new revenue to help close a budget gap are proposing to raise part of that money by putting a new cap on the itemized deductions taken by some income tax filers. But many of Vermont's charitable and nonprofit groups are hoping the deduction cap passed by the House this past week can be reversed in the Senate. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 11 | via TMCnet
Our Professional Services team members are experts at configuring and customizing your new inContact system. But their real goal is to make sure your installation is a worry-free and - dare we say - wonderful experience. Comment?
Monday Nov 2 | via VermontGuides.com
Filomena Siner , a sales affiliate with Century 21 Jack Associates , was recognized with the Century 21 Quality Service Pinnacle Producer Award. Comment?
Oct 7, 2015 | via Berkshire Eagle
BURLINGTON >> Advocates for affordable housing and land conservation wrestled Tuesday with how to collaborate better among themselves and with other social service agencies, as well as how to generate more public understanding and enthusiasm for their work. While applauding the work that's been done by the Vermont Housing Conservation Board, speakers at a VHCB conference in Burlington agreed more needs to be done, particularly in affordable housing. Comment?
Sep 28, 2015 | via The Brattleboro Reformer
In Windham County, prices of primary homes have remained steady during the first seven months of the year compared to last year. The number of sales has increased by 2 percent. Comment?
Sep 16, 2015 | via Seven Days
The owner of a major company in Cleveland and his wife flew on his private jet into Burlington International Airport on a recent Sunday to look at some of the state's priciest properties. Their daughter attends Middlebury College, and they've fallen in love with Vermont, says Wade Weathers Jr., who has sold luxury real estate for 35 years. Comment?
2 min ago | via WYMG-FM Springfield
Officials say they're seeing an uptick in historic renovation projects in the Springfield area thanks to low interest rates, federal historic tax credits and more awareness of the significance of historic buildings. Springfield Historic Sites Commission vice chairman Steve Myers says he believes there are more projects going on amid an "increased appreciation for history." Comment?
17 min ago | via JD Supra
This has been a rather underwhelming Autumn Statement by the Chancellor from a tax perspective as it is lighter in tax content than usual. Unlike in recent years, non-domiciled taxation did not feature prominently in this statement and no substantive announcements have been made in relation to the ongoing proposals to change non-domiciled taxation. Comment?
8 min ago | via TheBlaze.com
The southwestern South Dakota ghost town of Swett is once again for sale, and this time the asking price is a lot cheaper. Swett is home to about 6 acres of land, an empty house reputed to be haunted and a closed bar. Comment?
11 min ago | via Reuters
Nov 30 Factory activity in the Midwest shrunk in November and contracts to buy previously owned U.S. homes rose marginally, the latest suggestions that economic growth will probably remain modest in the fourth quarter. The raft of weak economic reports is not likely to stop the Federal Reserve from hiking interest rates next month provided job growth does not slow significantly in November, economists say. Comment?
25 min ago | via Esquimalt News
Victoria's housing market is red hot these days, but realtor Christina Stack is having a hard time finding something to sell her clients searching for a new home. According to Stack, anything priced in the $550,000 to $600,000 range is selling within hours and some homes have had five or six offers. Comment?
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