Property transactions in Charlotte – December 2021
Real estate sales in Charlotte, VT
Properties sold in Charlotte.
Charlotte, VT real estate sales
Property sales in Charlotte – July 2021
Real Estate sales in Charlotte, VT for June 2021
Jeanne and Rene Kaczka-Valliere said they have signed the petition opposing the proposed Charlotte Health Center and will appeal the project in environmental court should Evergreen Family Health fail to address their concerns regarding their adjacent property.
Property sold in Charlotte in May 2021
Charlotte property transfers.
In days of yore, if you asked anyone about Rotary, they would say, “Oh, it’s just a group of old men sitting around smoking cigars.” That may have been true in the days of our grandparents, but not now, certainly not in the case of the Rotary Club of Charlotte-Shelburne-Hinesburg.
Property transfers September through December, 2020.
Real estate sales in Charlotte, VT for July through September 2020
Have you heard the rumors? People from California are buying houses over FaceTime! New Yorkers want to get away from another winter on lockdown—they’re buying places cash, sight unseen, for over asking price! Charlotte is the new Boston! There are no houses to buy in town because everything is going in a week with multiple offers! Are the rumors true?
Homes sold in Charlotte in May 2020.
May 2020 property transactions in Charlotte, VT
Property Transfers for Charlotte, VT.
The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
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The tax rate has been set for the July 1, 2019–June 30, 2020 tax year. The municipal tax rate has been set at $0.2021 and our local agreement tax rate is $0.0005, giving a total rate of $0.2026.
There will be no more last-minute panic for Charlotters who get all the way home and realize they don’t have any vodka in the house—or is that just me? The Old Brick Store debuted a selection of spirits this week after they received final approval and inspection for the state of Vermont to operate as a licensed liquor outlet.