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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.

Why are seniors less likely to move than younger households?  

Senior MobilityElderly baby boomers may be less likely to move to new "senior" housing in the numbers many expect, recent research from Harvard’s Join

New index demonstrates stability of Vermont’s single-family housing market

MimiThe new “multi-indicator market index”, or MiMi, released by Freddie Mac this week, is a user-friendly tool for looking at the housing stability of markets across the country.

New research explores causes of U.S. mortgage volume decline

New_loansThe number of new home purchase mortgages in the U.S.

On-line tools help Vermont municipalities address housing needs

Muncipal_toolsEver wonder what can be done at the municipal level to improve housing affordability?  VHFA recently expanded the Vermont Housing Data website to include a page to answer just this question.

Vermont’s use of societal condition indicators takes a giant step forward

AHS_scorecardThanks to the recent development of a menu of indicators and targets by the Vermont Agency of Human Services and the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission, describing how Vermonters are doing has beco

Shortage of housing grows for extremely low-income renters

ELI_renter_gapsMany renters within and beyond Vermont's borders struggle to afford a decent, safe place to live.

Access to affordable housing among top problems facing rural New England

Challenges_bar_chartNext to job availability, access to affordable housing was ranked the second most important challenge for lower-income communities by New England respondents to the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston’s

Vermont housing websites upgraded

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