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Late Summer Real Estate Update - Important Information on your propane fuel transfer at closing!!


Finally, we are enjoying our lazy days of summer... evening paddles on the Reservoir, awesome dry mountain bike trails, people enjoying their summer vacations...all gearing up for school in the fall (shhh). It's been one of the most beautiful summers I can remember and I have been spending a great deal of time outside. 

For the first time, I experimented with drone photography with a company called Over and Above Photography. It was fascinating watching them work, and I got some great still photos of my log cabin in Middlesex. We have recently reduced the price to $369,900 and everyone who has seen it just loves it! Please check it out and share with anyone who may be interested. It features a two bedroom permitted apartment, a 5-star energy rating, radiant heat, and wide pine floors milled from the property. It is located on 5 private acres, just a 5 minute drive from the Middlesex exit off of Interstate 89. 





July Market Update for Washington County

Legislative Update: CP-111 (Consumer Protection Rule) requires the propane dealer to refund or credit the consumer for any propane that remains in the tank when service is terminated. This is complicated when a property is sold or a tenant moves out. It often makes more sense to prorate the propane during the property transfer to ensure service is not interrupted. Vermont REALTORS are no longer involved in the transfer of the propane at the time of the closing. 




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