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Still time to voice your support for federal HOME program


The Algiers Village apartments renovated this year
in Guildford are just one of the many developments
in Vermont that relied on federal HOME funds.

Woodstock community celebrates the creation of 28 affordable apartments

Governor Shumlin joined Woodstock residents, local officials, and statewide housing partners yesterday to celebrate the creation of 28 new affordable rental apartments at the Safford Commons complex.  Safford Commons is on the site of the former Grange Hall and church on Route 4 in Woodstock.  While 24 of the new apartments are in newly-constructed buildings, four are in the buildings that already stood on the site 

Algiers Village honored for transformation from brownfield to affordable rental housing

The Algiers Village redevelopment project in Guilford  was recently selected as a winner of the national Phoenix Award. This award honors the team of dedicated Vermont partners who led the transformation of a rural village that had fallen into disrepair and become contaminated by petroleum.  

From Ladd Hall to South Main Apartments: Governor helps celebrate rebirth at the Waterbury state office complex

Governor Shumlin, VHFA’s Sarah Carpenter and many others gathered yesterday to celebrate the opening of South Main Apartments in Waterbury.

Historic Putney home renovated to provide 11 affordable apartments

There were smiles a plenty in Putney Thursday as the community celebrated the renovation of the historic Plantz house at 27 Old Depot Road. The apartments will be managed by Windham and Windsor Housing Trust who oversaw the renovation process.

VHFA awards $2.98 million in affordable housing tax credits

On Monday, April 20, the VHFA Board of Commissioners committed $2.55 million in federal low-income housing tax credits and $432,500 in state housing tax credits to expand Vermont’s stock of affordable, energy-efficient housing.

Vermont plumbing rules under revision

The Vermont Department of Public Safety is currently accepting public comment on an annotated version of the Vermont Plumbing Rules

A public hearing regarding the rules is scheduled for:

Richmond Terrace receives Efficiency Vermont Major Renovation Honor award

Richmond TerraceRichmond Terrace, a 16-unit affordable rental housing complex for seniors, was awarded the Major Renovation Honor award from Efficiency Vermont last week.

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.

Joint Committee on Tax Credits to review qualified allocation plan on September 29th

Vermont’s Joint Committee on Tax Credits has scheduled its review of the qualified allocation plan for Monday, September 29, 2014. Read meeting specifics below:

Time and Location:

  • 1:00pm-4:00pm
  • Vermont Housing Finance Agency, 164 St. Paul St., Burlington, VT

Tentative Topics:

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