Blog :: 2020

Stowe Area Realty agents share their knowledge, experiences and the latest Vermont real estate news.

Coronavirus and Local Real Estate

Like you, our Stowe Area Realty Group at KW Vermont-Stowe agents are closely following the developments of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and doing whatever we can to stop the spread of this virus.

We have agents who are working remotely, available to answer your questions, discuss your home or your search. We will conduct virtual marketing/showings with the use of Zoom or FaceTime for buyers and sellers as much as possible, while adhering to new regulations and requirements. We are constantly monitoring the real estate market so we can be your TRUSTED ADVISORS during this uncertain time and we look forward to helping you reach your real estate goals.

We’re available via phone, email, on Facebook or here at StoweAreaRealty.com. Please stay safe and healthy — and reach out if you are in need.

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    Welcome to the Team: Steven Foster

    We are so very excited to welcome Steven Foster to our real estate team in Stowe, Vermont!

    Steven recently held the position of Executive Director with a private equity real estate holdings firm based in Stowe. There he managed a group of mixed-use properties and worked to help grow its portfolio. He comes to Keller Williams and the Stowe Area Realty Group with a focus on commercial and investment properties.

    See Steven Foster’s agent profile.

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      Support Local During Coronavirus Crisis

      Many of us shop in local stores and eat at the local restaurants many times a year. With the closing of everything and reduced visitors to the community, let’s all visit as many of our favorite stores, shops and restaurants and buy a gift certificate that we will use when things are back to normal.

      If everyone did this, the lost cash flow would be reduced and might make the difference between a shop being able to survive the 30 to 60 days before things return to normal.

      Ken Libby

      This Letter to the Editor was also published in the Stowe Reporter on March 19, 2020.

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