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Ready for a vacation?

c2a82ce3-7557-4c2f-8b8b-e0cdd325ad92.1.1029 Old Well Road, Colchester, VT 05446 

Our cottage in a lakeside community might be just what you need… With all the comforts of home with out all the to – do’s bugging you – you’ll be relaxed and able to enjoy the space and the lake.

0a3d2cbc-2a40-40db-9993-658b6e1f21f6.1.8You’ll love the light filled living areas and harwood floors, plus there are 2 bathrooms.

To book your get-away check out our listing by clicking here.

Super bright and open 2 BR apartment in downtown BTV.

63 Hyde St, #3, Burlington, VT 0540111ab530b979f4e9c961ee620cacdd1e2_210x158


Very nice, very clean updated 3rd floor unit with high ceilings and deck. 2 bedrooms with views, 1 full bath with on site laundry. Nice open floor plan wit56dff67956694c0d93238299429c2feb_210x158h living area and kitchen combined. 2 entrances with plenty of space for moving furniture.

1 off street parking space. Tenant responsible for: Natural Gas heat, Electricity, Cable. Landlord pays: Water/Sewer, Trash, Grounds Maintenance.

Available June 1, 2015. Check it out and schedule your showing time at

Amazing Stand Alone Home in BTV. Sweet location & super updated w/ hardwood floors.

63 Hyde St, Burlington, VT 05401 (Entire front building.)TN_LG3_8306

Super updated 3 BR, 2BA home in downtown Burlington.

TN_LG3_8321Immaculate 3 BR/ 2 BA stand alone multi-level house in the heart of BTV. Close proximity to the lake, Church St and The University of Vermont. Newly updated, you’ll love how this stacks up against other downtown rentals. Come check it out in person!  Low utilities.

TN_LG3_8366You pay: heat, electricity and any cable/internet. Average utility costs: $117/month Burlington Electric. $76/month Vermont Gas. Washer and dryer in this home. (Not shared with neighbors.) 1 off street parking spot.

Check out all our listings and schedule a showing right for you!

1 block from Church St – TONS of charm in this 2BR, 1BA.

32ef1ccc72b641609c0ca544245732f2_406x53924 Buell Street, Burlington, VT 05401 – Available June 1, 2015 or sooner.

Check out this 3rd floor 2 bedroom home.  Sweet original woodwork, on site laundry, porch and updated kitchen.

Cats negotiable.  Check out all our online listings at and set up an showing right on the web.

5c704fd4de1e4b8a824d73ac0e41792d_406x539AWESOME LOCATION! Walk to downtown in minutes – church street, restaurants, city market. Well maintained and clean. Beautiful restored hardwood floors throughout. Original woodwork and many unique original features including ornamental fireplace. Large bright windows in both bedrooms and living room. Large kitchen with gas stove and finished wood cabinets. The bathroom offers a full tub! New updated electrical with low cost CFL lighting. Wonderful front porch and on-site laundry for your convenience. Tenant is responsible for: Natural gas heat, electric, cable and water.

Super sweet 3 BR/2 BA at end of dead end road – Shelburne.

9d50f2892b794983843109257518b5c7_406x539This home is filled with light and ready for you to enjoy.  You’ll love the eat in kitchen, almost fully fenced yard and attached garage.  There is a separate office in the upstairs with a beautiful sky light.  This is surely a place you can call home and you’ll love inviting friends over to enjoy the space with you.


Dogs welcome with additional deposit.

Cherry floors, tile in kitchen and tons of storage in the basement.


675f0a382e704b788234a654abb4a416_406x539This home is available June 1.    Click here to schedule an online showing now or give us a call anytime to set up a showing: 802-777-6543.

Vermont Real Estate Investing Night: It’s Free!

So, hopefully you’ve read the book: Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Guy Kawasaki.  If you haven’t go grab the book now and read it.  I’m sure it had a huge impact on how heavy real estate investing has been as part of our financial plan. I’ve been re-reading it and so many of the ideas are spot on and resonate with me now, it’s been a decade since I first read the book.

Be sure to read all the way to the bottom of this post for an invite to a Vermont Real Estate Investing Night.

Here are a few ideas from the book with a bit of my own twist and input that apply to real estate and business in general:

1) Mindset: First you’ve got to decide if you have an abundance mindset or scarcity mindset.  Do you worry that there isn’t enough? Or that you shouldn’t share your ideas or partner with others?  Why?

Where there is a will there is a way.   ~Pauline Kael

I truly believe this quote.  If you believe you can achieve success you will keep trying until you find a way.  If you don’t believe it is possible you may give up when you are close to making it happen.  You just have to decide which ‘camp’ you live in.

2) Verbalizing & Envisioning:  Share your goals with confidents who will push you forward to your goals instead of pulling you down.  Imagine your goals have already come to be.  Verbalize your exact dream reality.

In a past mastermind group, verbalizing her dream future helped it to fall right in her lap.

3) Action:  Take action to make your goals a reality.  Connect with people who ‘get it’ and have had success in your field.  Don’t expect it to come to you – go ask for advice, learn and keep pushing forward.  Learn from your past actions and keep moving forward.

4) Passive Income: This book is huge on passive income (so am I) and re-defining whether your current possessions are assets or liabilities.  Guy supports investing in assets that bring you more income (such a rental properties.) And suggests that a house that you own might actually fall into the liabilities category because it causes you to have more expenses.  (Check out the book for a great diagram of this.)

So, we invest in real estate and run our rental properties as a business… And I figure that there are probably people in the business community who also want to learn about how to get started…

So join us as we pull back the curtain on:

Real Estate Investing as a Business

Fusion Property Management, LLC @ 200 Main St, Suite 6, BTV

Tuesday, April 21st 6-7:30 pm

RSVP here and feel free to invite a friend or 2.

We’ll have a casual evening where real estate professionals share about their expertise in the field.

A quick note:  You don’t have to have tons of cash to invest in real estate – we sure didn’t start out that way and have make wise decisions with our end goals in mind to keep the investing moving forward.