Jane Austin
KW Vermont/Mad River Valley


Jane Austin Real Estate is here to help you find the perfect property for you, your family or business here in this beautiful section of Vermont!  For the past 12 years, we have worked with buyers and sellers of country homes, estate properties, condos and land.  Our primary marketing area includes the five Mad River Valley towns, Sugarbush Resort, Waterbury,  Stowe and neighboring towns. We offer a wealth of experience and local knowledge that ensures our customers and clients receive exceptional, professional representation throughout every step of the buying or selling process.

As an independent contractor of Keller Williams Vermont we also benefit from the substantial resources of Vermont’s largest and most successful real estate company.  Together, customers and clients of Jane Austin Real Estate receive the best of both worlds …  local knowledge and expertise backed by large company resources.

We look forward to hearing from you and helping you with your real estate needs!

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Jane Austin

In today's competitive market, you need a passionate, local advisor that can help you navigate the home buying and selling process. As a valued client, you'll receive:

• Local market knowledge
• Access to industry-leading real estate tools to determine your homes value or customize your home search
• A proven negotiator who will be with you every step of the way
• A trusted and knowledgeable partner through closing and beyond

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