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The following cities have mortgage lenders in Vermont:
  • Morgan
  • Morrisville
  • Moscow
  • Mount Holly
  • New Haven
  • Newbury
  • Newfane
  • Newport
  • Newport Center
  • North Bennington
  • North Clarendon
  • North Concord
  • North Ferrisburg
  • North Hartland
  • North Hero
  • North Hyde Park
  • North Montpelier
  • North Pomfret
  • North Pownal
  • North Springfield
  • North Thetford
  • North Troy
  • Northfield
  • Northfield Falls
  • Norton
  • Norwich
  • Orleans
  • Orwell
  • Passumpsic
  • Pawlet
  • Peacham
  • Perkinsville
  • Peru
  • Pittsfield
  • Pittsford
  • Plainfield
  • Plymouth
  • Post Mills
  • Poultney
  • Pownal
  • Proctor
  • Proctorsville
  • Putney
  • Quechee
  • Randolph
  • Randolph Center
  • Reading
  • Readsboro
  • Richford
  • Richmond
  • Ripton
  • Rochester
  • Roxbury
  • Rupert
  • Rutland
  • Saint Albans
  • Saint Albans Bay
  • Saint Johnsbury
  • Salisbury
  • Saxtons River
  • Shaftsbury
  • Sharon
  • Sheffield
  • Shelburne
  • Sheldon
  • Sheldon Springs
  • Shoreham
  • South Barre
  • South Burlington
  • South Hero
  • South Londonderry
  • South Newfane
  • South Pomfret
  • South Royalton
  • South Ryegate
  • South Strafford
  • South Woodstock
  • Springfield
  • Stamford
  • Starksboro
  • Stockbridge
  • Stowe
  • Strafford
  • Sutton
  • Swanton
  • Taftsville
  • Thetford
  • Thetford Center
  • Topsham
  • Townshend
  • Troy
  • Tunbridge
  • Underhill
  • Underhill Center
  • Vergennes
  • Vernon
  • Vershire
  • Waitsfield
  • Wallingford
  • Wardsboro
  • Warren
  • Washington
  • Waterbury
  • Waterbury Center
  • Waterville
  • Websterville
  • Wells
  • Wells River
  • West Burke
  • West Charleston
  • West Danville
  • West Dover
  • West Dummerston
  • West Fairlee
  • West Glover
  • West Halifax
  • West Hartford
  • West Newbury
  • West Pawlet
  • West Rupert
  • West Rutland
  • West Topsham
  • West Townshend
  • West Wardsboro
  • Westfield
  • Westford
  • Westminster
  • Westminster Station
  • Weston
  • White River Junction
  • Whiting
  • Whitingham
  • Wilder
  • Williamstown
  • Williamsville
  • Williston
  • Wilmington
  • Windsor
  • Winooski
  • Wolcott
  • Woodbury
  • Woodstock
  • Worcester

  • Vermont comes closer than any New England state to realizing the quintessential image of small-town Yankee America, with its white churches and red barns, covered bridges and clapboard houses, snowy woods and maple syrup. No city manages a population of more than forty thousand (only Burlington comes close) and the chief tourist attraction is Ben and Jerry's ice-cream factory in Waterbury. Though rural, the landscape is not all that agricultural, as much is covered by mountainous forests (the state's name comes from the French vert mont , or green mountain). The people who choose to live here are a mix of hippies and diehard conservatives working together to preserve their environment and lamenting the arrival of yet more ski resorts. One striking feature of Vermont is the absence of billboards, but the cutesy "country stores" which seem to grace every other crossroads can become tedious.

    This was the last area of New England to be settled, early in the eighteenth century, with French explorers working their way down from Canada, and American colonists beginning to spread north. Even as that rivalry died down, another developed between settlers from New Hampshire and those from New York. The wealthy New York merchants who built fine homes along the Connecticut River valley thought of themselves as the "River Gods," but the hardy settlers of the lakes and mountains to the west had little time for their patrician ways. Their leader, the now-legendary Ethan Allen , formed his Green Mountain Boys in 1770, proclaiming that "the gods of the hills are not the gods of the valley." During the Revolutionary War, this all-but-autonomous force captured Fort Ticonderoga from the British and helped to win the decisive Battle of Bennington. By 1777, Vermont was an independent republic, with the first constitution in the world explicitly forbidding slavery and granting universal (male) suffrage, but once its boundaries with New York were agreed on, it joined the Union in 1791. Curiously, the two seminal figures of the Mormon religion were both born in Vermont shortly thereafter - Joseph Smith in 1805, and his lieutenant and successor Brigham Young in 1801.

    After visiting Vermont and making the decision to move there you might be asking yourself "how can I obtain a Vermont home loan?" We have the answer for you, anyone of the companies listed in this directory for the state of Vermont would be more than happy to assist you with your Vermont financing needs. If you are not moving to this state for the first time and are seeking to refinance your mortgage chances are that one of the companies in the cities listed above will be able to help you complete your endeavor.

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