Buying a Home in Vermont

Buying a new house is an exciting event, whether it's your first house or your third. You can count on us to be there every step of the way throughout the process to ensure all details are handled professionally. We will educate you on what needs to be done to create a successful purchase with the least amount of stress.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Before you begin your search, it's important to know how much you can afford. Contact your bank or contact a local mortgage lender to begin the process.

A local lender will help you determine how much you can afford, advise you on a programs you may qualify for, and provide you with a written pre-approval letter. 

Working with a local lender is important to your success. They know the market dynamics and the towns you may be searching in.

Contact me if you need a referral to a reputable local lender.

In Vermont, consumers have a right to choose whether they will be represented as a CLIENT or remain a CUSTOMER of a real estate professional when buying or selling property.

You become a Buyer Client by signing an Exclusive Right to Represent Buyer Agreement. As a Buyer Client, I will:

  • Maintain confidentiality
  • Promote your best interests
  • Provide advice and counsel
  • Assist in negotiations

*It is important to note that you are a CUSTOMER until you have a signed agreement in place, and you should not share confidential information.




As a Buyer's Agent, we are here to guide you, answer your questions, and help you make an informed decision.

A Buyer's Agent will:

  • Promote your best interest
  • Conduct an in-depth consultation to identify your needs
  • Schedule property showings
  • Analyze the market conditions and features may affect a property's value
  • Navigate the transaction process from disclosures and contingencies to final walk-thru
  • Negotiate on your behalf to protect your interests
  • Be your resource after the closing

While some of the parties may change based on the financing and terms of the contract, generally the following parties are involved in a real estate transaction:

  • Seller
    • Listing Agent
    • Seller's attorney


  • Buyer
    • Buyer's Agent
    • Lender
    • Appraiser
    • Property Inspector
    • Buyer's Attorney


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