Monday, June 6, 2011

June 6th, 2011 Updated Vermont Foreclosure List

Check out the new updated Vermont foreclosure list at and scroll down from the main page and you will see the link!

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

May 24th Updated Foreclosure List

49 Foreclosure listings. There seems to be fewer and fewer each month as expected. Seems to still be quite a few short sales on the market. If you have interest in any of these properties or a short sale contact me easily at 802-238-0064.

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Okay so maybe I was wrong!!!

Well Here is the latest Foreclosure List for the state. All Vermont Chitteden County

At this point there are 50 foreclosure properties for sale, up 30% from last check!! My prediction has been that Vermont foreclosures are on the decline. I still believe that I am correct, but only time will tell, There are two links here. the first is ALL Vermont, and the other is Chittenden County and surrounding for my local area visitors. They are sorted by town, with Multi families at the end. Send a note, or call if you want to get inside any of them!! 802-238-0064

Happy Spring!!

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

The Beginning of Getting Back to Normal

Well as I expected, there are fewer properties now than there were at my last post. They have gone from 50 to 43 or almost 15% less. I am not surprised as I have predictd that the Vermont foreclosures would decrease in numbers before the rest of the country. Pre-Bubble numbers were about 15 to 20 on the market at any given time and fewer still around 2002-2003. So I think we are heading in the right direction. In any case, here is a list of the newest foreclosures. I recognize that these links don't last forever, so if you give it a try and it does not work, just call or email me, and I will send you the updated list. - All Vermont Foreclosures - All Chittenden and Area Foreclosures

I am always available to explore the prospect of buying a home, or...staying out of foreclosure.

Monday, January 18, 2010

Updated Foreclosure list 1-18-2010

Well 50 Foreclosures currently on the market in Vermont. More than I would like to see at this point. Seems like we should be past the top of the bell curve, and the foreclosure inventory should begin to see a decrease. Not really the case though as far as i can see. I will count again in 30 days. Click on the link. It should sort by town. Scroll down to find the towns that interest you. Thanks for visiting my blog!! Call if any of the properties interest you!!!

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

WOW a Great New Year

Well, a lot has changed since my last post. What you care about is the state of the local Real Estate market. As far as that is concerned, the market has really seemed to stablize. We are way up over last year at this time. November was an incredible month as all of the first-time homebuyers scurried to close by the November 30th deadline. December was slower but still over last year. Keep in mind that last year third quarter was a dismal mess on the heels of the banking crisis and failure of Lehman Brothers, AIG and other major financial institutions.

Seems like we are starting this year with cautious optimism. A variety of new lending regulations have taken effect and we will see what the fall out of those will be, but I think after a brief adjustment, we will see more lending options. Prices no longer appear to be going down, and the NEW Home-Buying incentive as well as the extension of the First-Time Home-buyer Credit, gives us hope for a robust 2010. I no longer hear the financial analysts talking unequivocally about the "second dip" that many are/were predicting. Vermont has lower than average unemployment, so we shoud be good.

The only downside is the temporary loss of 100's of Guard members recently deployed to Afghanistan. These folks are out of the market, not to mention in harms way. SInce this has been the biggest deployment since WWII, we will certainly feel both the emotional and financial loss of these men and women.

The foreclosure market is beginning to wind down now in the state and nationally. There is a glut of back logged inventory that will be coming up over the next few months, but many of those will be in such a grievous state of disrepair that they are only good for the investor/builder. I will post the latest list shortly. Email or reply to this post if you would like to comment, question or disagree. I invite your thoughts.

As for me, I have embarked on a new endeavour with my husband and some wonderful partners. We are opening a Keller Williams office in Chittenden County. More news to come. Contact me anytime. 802-328-0064

Monday, November 2, 2009

Update List of Vermont Foreclosures.

A bit overdue. Lots of new properties on the market and a few "oldie but goodies" hanging on!! I have separated out Chittenden County Listings, so there are two links below. All Properties Chittenden County only.

Happy shopping. Call or email with questions!! 802-238-0064