In the wake of the analysis that we continue to do, in search of the main characteristics that make a country more competitive than others, we certainly could not leave out a unique and convenient reality. With its stars and stripes in its heart, located in the region of New England, the state that is the protagonist of our mini guide today is Vermont. From the French etymology that literally refers to the Green Mountains that cross it, Vermont is a cradle of beautiful scenery and opportunities to be exploited to the fullest.
Buying a property in Vermont could prove to be a very advantageous choice, to change your life and start from scratch.
If you are ready and above all armed with paper and pen to note down any useful information about this land, we can start!
Let's start with the first step to take every time you are about to explore a new land: the documentation needed to access it.
As far as Vermont is concerned, the legislation of the United States of America is in force, which therefore provides for a passport, unless you wish to stay for more than 90 days. In this case, a visa will be required (different by type).
Once we have passed the administrative hurdle, we enter the heart of our mini guide. How does this State present itself? This is a very special reality, the only area not to face the Atlantic Ocean with the capital Montpelier, although the largest city is Burlington.
As we have already mentioned, geographically there is a mountain system that is interrupted by the presence of Lake Champlain and the river Connecticut to the east. With a continental climate, according to the classification of KÃ¶ppen climates, the temperatures are vaguely reminiscent of those of the European cities of Moscow and Stockholm.
The economy is therefore based mainly on cereal and vegetable farming and cattle breeding. But the focus of the primary sector is the production of maple syrup.
We also remember the presence of marble and granite quarries. But what is the cost of living and above all are there significant economic advantages?
Luckily for you, the answer is yes!
The U.S. State is ready to provide a generous reimbursement of expenses for young people who decide to move to these locations, thanks to the call published in the Remote Worker Grant Program.
As for the expenses to be incurred once relocated to Vermont, we decided to include a small list of easy reference.
Meal, cheap restaurant $15.00
Milk (normal), (1 liter) $0.87
Fresh white bread loaf (500g) 2.75 $
Rice (white), (1 kg) 4.40 $
Eggs (normal) (12) $2.00
Local cheese (1kg) 15.43 $
One way ticket (local transport) $1.25
What about real estate?
For the rental of a property in Burlington, in the city center, we start from $ 1,200 per month, while, to sign a contract of sale, in the same area, we speak of $ 2,000 per square meter.
What can I say, we hope that this mini guide has been useful ... Have a good trip!
Moving to Micronesia Moving to Vermont Moving to Tasmania
Moving to Belarus Move to Guaduloupe Move to Fiji
Move to New Zealand Moving to Illinois Move to Nebraska
Moving to Wascington Move to Virginia Move to New Jersey