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Data and Statistics

Demographics and housing: What will happen to homes left by baby boomers?

First annual report on SASH evaluation released

Health and Human ServicesCheck out this new report from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The Support and Services at Home (SASH) program was launched in 2013 and has connected residents with community based health services.

Census Bureau releases new estimates and visualization tools

The Census Bureau released the latest estimates for every Vermont town and county this week along with new, slick tools for quickly viewing them and comparing them to other places. Estimates for the state as well as for every county, place, metropolitan/micropolitan statistical area, and ZIP Code are now available.

Two new tools for looking at the estimates make it super easy to see the estimates:

Your turn to weigh in on VT’s housing and community development priorities

Survey ImageVermont's Department of Housing and Community Development is in the process of preparing the 2015 to 2020 HUD Consolidated Plan which guides the investment of more than $10 million annually for three formula grants: Community Development Block Grants CDBG), Home Investment Partnership (HOME

HUD fair market rent levels effective October 2014 now on Vermont Housing Data site

housing data profile siteThe fair market rent levels that will be in place from October 1, 2014 through September 30, 2015 are now available on the Vermont Housing Data website.

Few options for would-be renters in the Upper Valley

uvhcOf the approximately 10,000 rental units in the core towns of the Upper Valley, only about 250 were vacant as of June 30, 2014, based on research presented by the Upper Valley Housing Coalition at its recent Business Leaders Breakfast in West Lebanon.

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 available to renters making less than 15% of

Are renters less energy efficient than homeowners?

A new look at the connection between home prices and movers

MoversThe share of movers within the U.S. who moved to find more affordable housing has grown in recent years, according to the New York Times.


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