Rutland is home to the state’s largest farmers market
ski areas are within a 90-minute drive in Southeastern Vermont
Lake Memphremagog is an international body of water that stretches into Canada
The snowboard was invented by Jake Burton Carpenter in Manchester, VT
Ever wonder what it would be like to live in Vermont?
We can help.
The Stay to Stay network is an exploratory experience to learn about moving here.
Our Stay to Stay network connects you with employers, realtors, community leaders, entrepreneurs, and potential neighbors. Ever wonder what it would be like to live in Vermont? We can help. Our network of Stay-to-Stay partners, or local concierge, can help connect you with employers, realtors, community leaders, entrepreneurs, and potential neighbors. Their in-depth knowledge of the region is an asset for job seekers and lifestyle enthusiasts alike helping to plug you into the local scene.
Connect with a Vermonter
Want to live, work, and play in Vermont but don’t know where to start? Connect with a Vermonter to help you find the place you’ll call home.
Think Vermont Jobs Board
Every day, there are thousands of Vermont jobs waiting to be filled. Match your skills with just the right job that will help you accomplish your relocation to Vermont. Visit the Think Vermont Jobs Board.
The Vermont Legislature has created relocation incentives to attract new residents to the state and grow the workforce as well as provide support to Vermont employers. Learn more about eligibility requirements!
Real Estate by Region
Lists compiled from data published by Vermont Business Magazine.
Moving to Vermont
‘Moving to Vermont’ takes a look at the stories behind those who decided to call Vermont home.
- Jonathan Brathwaite moved to the Vermont from NYC and shares why his family moved and what they found once they arrived here.
- Meet Jacqueline Posley who moved to Vermont after visiting during a Stay to Stay Weekend.
- Nicole and Bret moved to Vermont from Colorado