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Things To Do This Summer

Things To Do This Summer

Finding ways to keep yourself, or your kids, entertained this summer may be difficult because of the current pandemic. But, there are still some ways you can have fun and stay safe. Here are some fun ideas to help you stay busy while sticking close to home: Make your...

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Easy Modifications for Aging in Place

Easy Modifications for Aging in Place

Many seniors prefer to stay at home rather than in assisted living, this is mainly due to it being more comfortable and cost effective. On average, assisted living can cost around $50,000 per year. Preparing your home, or the home of a loved one, for aging in place...

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COVID-19 Resources

NEED HELP DURING THESE UNCERTAIN TIMES? NeighborWorks of Western Vermont (NWWVT) is here to help our neighbors across the entire spectrum of homeownership. For prospective homebuyers and current homeowners who need help navigating these uncertain financial times, we...

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Is Buying Better Than Renting?

Is Buying Better Than Renting?

Renting and owning homes are two very different concepts of living. Renting and buying aren't fundamentally good or bad and what it really comes down to is crunching numbers, weighing the pros and cons for yourself, and being realistic about your finances. Learning...

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Ideas to Stay Active at Home

Ideas to Stay Active at Home

During this global pandemic, many of us are staying safe by sticking closer to home. As folks take a step away from the normal hustle and bustle of life, you may need some inspiration to keep you and your family active. Our NeighborWorks of Western Vermont staff put...

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