From placid rural living, to small town environments to large cities, Vermont offers a variety of homes and lifestyles. Foreclosed homes offer an affordable and easy option for home ownership. Whatever your circumstances, you can find the right home for you by looking for foreclosures in your preferred size and style throughout Vermont.
Known for its natural beauty and recreational opportunities, Vermont offers a panoply of options. With one of the coldest winter seasons in the country, Vermont enjoys great snow conditions and is a great setting for winter sports such as skiing, snowboarding and sledding. The State's winter resorts are famed for their amenities and sports opportunities. Fans of other sports also have a reason to come to Vermont, which boasts some important baseball and basketball teams. A lesser known attraction is auto racing, which takes place on Vermont's many racing tracks, which have hosted important racing series such as the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series. Many Vermont cultural institutions are tied to its bountiful agriculture, including the Vermont Maple Festival, the Apple Festival and the Vermont Brewers Festival. Theater and folk art are also thriving Vermont traditions
Originally settled by the French in the 18th century, Vermont was taken over by the British after the conclusion of the French and Indian War. Declaring independence in 1777, Vermont joined the Union in 1791, the first state to do so after the first 13 colonies. Boasting a low rate of unemployment, Vermont's economy is increasingly based on manufacturing. It is best known for high-quality artisanal products such as specialty cheeses, micro-brewed beer, artisanal chocolate and gourmet ice cream. Products also include snow sports equipment and art supplies. Vermont is also a significant producer of maple products an dis home to a nascent wine industry. Tourism as well as marble and granite quarrying are also important sources of income for the state.