Vermont Foreclosures

Written by Rachel Arieff
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Vermont foreclosures are fewer in number than in other states, simply owing to Vermont's small size. However, there are enough to give you a wide range of prices and property types. As far as prices go, Vermont foreclosures can range from as low as $25,000 to several hundred thousand dollars or more. These properties include commercial and residential properties, as well as tracts of vacant land.

Indeed, in a state such as Vermont that still has a good amount of untouched open space, land purchases offer unlimited possibilities for building. If you're a real estate investor, this wealth of possibilities is to your advantage. It means you don't have to focus only on buying and flipping single-family homes. You can deal in all varieties of property for resale potential, be it land or building, residential or commercial.

Finding Vermont Foreclosures

Vermont has about eleven major population centers that generate the foreclosed properties that buyers look for. These centers include Burlington, Brattleboro, Springfield, and the capitol, Montpelier. The best place to find accurate, up-to-date foreclosure listings for these areas is on the Internet. Online listings services allow you to search for Vermont foreclosures via city and county, or zip code.

These listings provide detailed information on these properties, starting with property type, including school and tax roll information, and offering neighborhood maps and property photos to online browsers. Along with such basic information as size and number of bedrooms and baths, other helpful resources are also available to potential buyers, such as real estate and loan information, as well as the seller's contact information.


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