We’ve been fielding numerous phone calls and emails from would-be-Vermonters. These are generally folks looking to make a move out of highly populated areas to the “safe haven” of Vermont. You might be wondering: Where will they work? Where will they live? Are they retired or working folks? Do they have children? Do they have a connection to Vermont? But what about the questions we’re getting from those desperate to find peace here in Addison County? If you run into any potential neighbor-transplants, please share this consolidated list of FAQ’s. Let’s welcome them “home” to VT!
When we answer the phone at IPJ Real Estate, we are almost never fully prepared for who might be on the other end of the line. Lately it's been countless robo calls letting us know that our Google profile needs to be updated, that we have been pre-approved for a business line of credit, that we've got insurance options, or a "caller" warning us to "DO NOT HANG UP!..." Then we hang up, of course. But on the lucky occasion when there's a live voice on the other end of the line, how happy we are! ...READ MORE!
Welcome to IPJ Real Estate’s first BLOG post! We are creating this blog space with careful intent. Our hope is to provide pertinent and relevant information about real estate, community events, local favorites, resources and maybe even a little humor along the way!
If you’re reading this, you probably already know us, but let me make some quick introductions. I’ll start with me since I’m the one typing right now! I’m Amey Ryan and I’m the Owner of IPJ Real Estate (since 2014). I’ve worked in the industry since graduating from college and I have worked my way up the proverbial ladder from Office Assistant (with another firm) to Owner of this small, independent (non-franchise) firm. It’s been a blast and I wouldn’t change a thing. I love what I do and I love the people I work with! ...read more!