Top 5 Reasons to Buy a Home in Vermont

Verani Realty

Now more than ever people are picking up and trading in big cities and urban areas for more quiet and rural living. One of the more popular states homebuyers seem to be flooding to is Vermont - and for good reason! Vermont offers a little bit of everything, from a wide variety of entertainment, small-town living, delicious dining, and outdoor activity in every season. There are a million reasons you should buy a home in Vermont, but here are our top 5.

 

  1. Low Crime Rates

When looking for real estate in Vermont, it’s common to research the area's crime rates to ensure your family’s safety. We’re happy to report that Vermont is one of, if not the #1 safest state to live in in the United States. With a smaller population, overall happy and friendly residents, Vermont has continuously ranked in the top 3 for safety.

 

  1. Location

Vermont offers a lot of amazing amenities right within the state’s borders, such as mountains, lakes, and beautiful scenery all around. But if you’re having some city withdrawals, you’re not far for a day trip into any surrounding city! Depending on where you live in the state, the following cities are only a few hours' drive away: Burlington, VT, Manchester, NH, Boston, MA, New York, New York, and Montreal, Canada. So, when you’re looking for real estate in Vermont, you’re still not too far from some populated and amazing places!

 

  1. All Four Seasons

When looking for a home for sale in Vermont, a lot of homebuyers mention that one of the main things they’re looking forward to is the changing of the seasons. Living in New England comes with the ability to enjoy every season in its purest form. Beautiful snow-covered bridges in the winter, blossoming trees and flowers in the spring, hot lake days and warm summer nights, and picturesque colorful foliage in the fall. As an owner of real estate in Vermont, you’ll be able to witness the magic that is the changing of the seasons!

 

  1. Second Least Populated State

If you’re looking for homes for sale in Vermont to leave the hustle and bustle and escape to the serenity of a small town, then you’ll be happy to hear that Vermont is the second least populated state in the county. Right behind Wyoming, the entire state of Vermont only has approximately 623,000 residents. With that small of a population and plenty of room to spread out, it’s easy to find the peace and quiet you’re craving.

 

  1. Economic Growth

There is immense opportunity for growth both professionally and financially here in Vermont. With some very successful companies starting and still maintaining their presence in Vermont, such as Ben and Jerry’s, Dealer.com, and Keurig Green Mountain. For this reason, a lot of young professionals have been flocking to Vermont to put down roots and dive into a career. Vermont is also a great place to start a small business. Since it’s a more rural environment, they tend to have more small businesses than franchises. Residents are eager and willing to support those small businesses ultimately making them thrive and become a staple within their communities. 

 

If you’re considering a move to Vermont, contact one of our trusted real estate agents in Vermont today. Or visit us online to see available Vermont homes for sale!

Relocating can also be an easier process with the help of an expert. Contact the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Relocation team at 603-537-5312 or susan.post@verani.com.

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