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VermontKnown for its independent fervor since early American colonial days, today Vermont is a politically progressive state with widespread opposition to urbanization and chain store monopolies, and an active proponent of the environment and social services.

Despite, or because of, its "quaint" notions about big business, Vermont actively promotes communing with nature with a strong emphasis on appreciating its vast natural resources. In short, Vermont's economy is based solidly on a booming tourist industry. The state is famously home for world-class Vermont ski resorts such as Stowe, Sugar Bush, Killington, Jay Peak, Mount Snow and Mad River Glen in winter, as well as summer resorts and attractions in Stowe, Woodstock and Manchester.

In fall, yet more visitors are attracted to some of the Northeast's most spectacular foliage drives along Skyline Drive, Molly Stark and Woodford State Parks.

The least populous New England state - with a little more than 600,000 residents - Vermont levies heavier individual price than most states to fund its tax base, although some would argue that the improved quality of life makes it well worth it.


Vermont quality-of-life statistics

Demographics : (Vermont Census Data)
Major cities: Montpelier (capital), Burlington, South Burlington, Rutland, Barre
Population : 623,908
White : 96.9%
Black, African American : 0.6%
Hispanic : 1.1%
High school graduates : 86.4%
Bachelor's degree or higher : 29.4%
Average household income: $44,548

Cost of Living: Sperling's Best Places - Vermont - Compared to the rest of the country, Vermont's cost of living is 5.50% higher than the U.S. average.

Personal Income Taxes : Vermont imposes state taxes in five income brackets with tax rates ranging from 3.55% to 8.95% depending on income and filing status. Residents must file state taxes using form IN-111 each year by April 15.

Housing & Real Estate Overview : also see Zillow - Vermont Real Estate
Home ownership rate : 70.6%
Average home price : $219,800
Average travel time to work : 21.6 minutes

Schools : see Vermont Department of Education

Weather : Vermont is most famous for its cold and snowy winters, especially in mountain regions. Summer is traditionally warm and humid throughout the state, although milder at higher elevations.

Crime : see Vermont Crime Statistics

also see -> Vermont Taxes | Vermont Eviction Laws



More about relocating to Vermont around the Web:

 

Vermont.org - Move Here - Helpful portal to information on affordable housing, schools, jobs & career resources, tax guides, voter & vehicle registration, relocation packet, and additional resources.

City of Montpelier, Vermont - Tourist attractions & city history, demographic & census data, schools & education, business resources, tax information, bus transportation, photos, maps, related links.

Central Vermont Relocation Guide - Check out new homeowner survey data, schools & education, business resources, city job openings, entertainment, events & shopping.


Vermont real estate, apartments & job classifieds:

Barre - Montpelier : Times Argus
Burlington : Free Press
Rutland : Herald

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