January 15, 2015

Real Estate Ownership: Vermont

A Q&A guide to commercial real estate laws for owners and purchasers in Vermont

by: Scott Jaunich & Kane Smart

What kind of property is taxable as real property?

Are any kinds of real property exempt from property taxes?  What is the current rate and nature of the taxes?

Commercial real estate and land use attorneys Scott Jaunich and Kane Smart answer these questions and many more in this Q&A guide that addresses state laws and customs that impact the ownership and purchase and sale of commercial real estate, including:

  • real property taxes
  • transfer taxes
  • instruments for transferring fee title
  • execution and recording requirements
  • necessary disclosures
  • title insurance matters
  • risk of loss

Federal, local or municipal law may impose additional or different requirements.

Read the article Real Estate Ownership: Vermont

See the other commercial real estate in Vermont Q&A pieces in this series.


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