Out-of-staters eager to buy rural, pandemic-free property have made Vermont a goldmine for realtors.
“As soon as Vermont announced it had the lowest growth rate of coronavirus cases, I got more calls,” says Mount Snow realtor Adam Palmiter. “A lot of people don’t expect this to go away anytime soon. I have a feeling as this progresses, we’ll see more looking to be here.” Palmiter, one of the state’s top-selling agents based on industry statistics, sold more than 120 properties last year. Even with the pandemic, he’s well ahead of that pace. “We saw a pretty big uptick after 9/11, and this is a longer-term event,” Palmiter says. “Whenever there’s something that causes people to reassess, Vermont benefits because it’s such a beautiful place.”."
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