Living In Vermont

Whether you're moving to Vermont for the first time or returning, our goal is to provide you with extensive knowledge about our communities and the real estate market to help you with this critical decision. Whether it's a rural property, a waterfront home, a condo, a historic building, or something unique you are seeking, we will work to find the right home for you.


Vermont Relocation Services.

Our dedicated resources and information has helped hundreds of individuals and families make their move with ease and confidence. From community videos, area tours, market updates, home finding assistance, rental resources, or access to local service providers, I've got you covered.

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200 Year Legacy.

For more than 200 years, the Hickok & Boardman Network of Companies has served Vermont businesses and individuals in real estate, insurance, and financial planning. We live and believe in the communities and the people we serve. We are proudly recognized as a Best Place to Work in Vermont.


Global Power. Local Expertise.

Coldwell Banker® has been a real estate brand people trust for 110+ years. With offices in 41 countries and territories, whether you are moving across town or the globe, I can connect you with experience you can trust - and a friendly resource in your next community.

Popular Vermont Communities

Burlington, Vermont

Located in Chittenden County, Burlington Vermont is often referred to as the Queen City. Siting on Lake Champlain with stunning views of the Adirondack Mountains, Burlington is home to area colleges and universities. Vermont's largest city with a population of over 45,000, Burlington and Chittenden County are the economic and cultural heart of Vermont.

South Burlington, Vermont

South Burlington surrounds the eastern and southern sides of Burlington. South Burlington is known for the quality of its public schools, city services, parks, and recreational opportunities. The mountains are easily accessible by car and Lake Champlain is close by.

Recreation paths connect most of the town. There is an 18-hole golf course, numerous tennis courts and 10 parks and natural areas. Red Rocks Park is a well-known swimming spot on Lake Champlain.

Colchester, Vermont

Colchester is located approximately three miles north of Burlington. The town of Colchester is surrounded by water on three sides including the Lamoille River to the north, the Winooski River to the south, and the jewel of Vermont – Lake Champlain to the west. Marble Island and its beautiful Marina are also located within Malletts Bay.