John Abry

RE/MAX North Professionals

RE/MAX North Professionals. Helping You Find Your Next Home in Vermont

About John Abry

John is a partner inthe Heroes Home Advantage program which is a real estate rebate program for those that protect serve and care for our country and communities. He enjoys assisting buyers and sellers of Chittenden County and Lake Champlain properties and he strives to ensure every family feels confident when buying or selling a home. His dedication to serve his community is evident through active membership with the Colchester-Milton Rotary Club, Colchester Community Center Initiative, Heroes Home Advantage, a 365 Things To Do In Colchester Vermont Facebook page and also coaching community sports. John also supports the Colchester Community Food Shelf, Children’s Miracle Network, Komen for the Cure and the Cancer Patient Support Program along with many other charitable organizations. He resides in Colchester with his wife and son. The whole family is very active enjoying many types of water and snow sports but, are known to be occasionally enjoying some down time on the beach in Malletts Bay with family and friends.

Latest Blog Posts

Five Percent For The Food Shelf

I started "Fill The Truck For The Food Shelf in 2012 and have grown the program each year. This year with the help of the Colchester-Milton Rotary Club we collected 2,652 pounds of food

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Most Recommended Service Providers

Service ProvidersIn the real estate business, I am constantly asked for recommendations of all kinds of home services providers. From home inspectors to plumbers or attorneys to insurance,

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Colchester 3rd Quarter Market Update 2018

Single Family Home Sales ShrankSingle family sales continued their downward trend for the third quarter with a 37.5% decrease over last year with only 40 homes sold. Condo sales rose slightly

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Checklist: For a Better Home Showing

Reposted from Realtor.com Magazine:Remove clutter. Clear off counters and pack unnecessary decorative items. Put extra furniture in storage, and remove out-of-season items. Don’t forget

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