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Data and Statistics

Primary home prices dip in first half of 2014

home pricesBetween January and June, the median price of a primary home sold in Vermont was about 4% lower than it had been in 2013. Statewide, the median price dipped to $192,250 from $200,000 in 2013.

Vermont's tight market for the poorest renters stands out among New England states

DLI affordabilityVermont was placed among states with the fewest apartments available for deeply low-income renters by a recent study from the National Low-Income Housing Coalition.  For every 100 renters in the state, only 11 units are affordable and availa

Are renters less energy efficient than homeowners?

energy useExcerpts from an article by the

A new look at the connection between home prices and movers

MoversThe share of movers within the U.S.

Additional apartments in Bennington unlikely to disrupt schools

Bennington childrenA new housing development in Bennington financed through VHFA’s Housing Tax Credit program has come under fire from several local residents.

Happy Homeownership Month!

HighStreetJune is a terrific time to reflect on the importance of homeownership in this country, especially in Vermont where residents are more likely than in most states to own their homes.

Housing discrimination widespread in Vermont, new study finds

HDLPA new report finds high rates of discrimination in Vermont's rental housing market based on race, color, national origin, disability, and minor children.

Building inclusive and vibrant communities

CommunityTwo Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission and the statewide Fair Housing Project of CVOEO offer a presentation and group discussion about building inclusive and economically vibrant communities.

Upper Valley housing outlook served up by regional experts at business leaders’ breakfast

BreakfastIn a jam-packed hour Friday, Upper Valley leaders received the low down on the latest residential real estate market conditions facing the region.  A mismatch between the housing stock and changing needs and preferences of residents, University of New Hampshire’s

Vermont home sales continue to rebound in 2013

Home SalesThe number of homes sold in Vermont in 2013 climbed 16 percent compared to 2012, with virtually all counties contributing to the rebound. Only Orleans County experienced fewer home sales in 2013 than in 2012.

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