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Real Estate for Millennials event tonight at the Growler Garage in Burlington

Don't miss tonight's Burlington Young Professionals On Tap event  to learn about how to get started thinking about buying a home.  VHFA's Seth Leonard as well as other experts will be on hand to answer your questions and provide critical tips on buying a home in Vermont. 

Local realtor Blair Knowles described what the event has to offer and some of the challenges facing first time home buyers on WCAX last night.  

Give back by donating new mittens and gloves for Vermont children and teens

Break out your knitting needles (or get shopping) to keep children warm this winter. Drop off new children’s mittens and gloves at VHFA’s office at the corner of Saint Paul and King Streets in Burlington by Friday, December 16. 

After stuffing them with holiday goodies, VHFA will deliver the gifts to the King Street Center for children and teens who participate in their programs. 

HUNDREDS CONVERGE AT STATEWIDE CONFERENCE TO EXPAND STABLE, AFFORDABLE HOUSING

BURLINGTON-The message to the hundreds of professionals gathered at the Hilton Burlington yesterday was loud and clear: A stable life starts with stable housing.  Scholars Kathryn Edin and Luke Shaefer described the poignant interviews they had with poor families before writing their renowned book “$2.00 A Day: Living on Next to Nothing in America.” 

VERMONT'S LARGEST HOUSING CONFERENCE MONDAY-TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14-15 AT HILTON BURLINGTON

VERMONT’S LARGEST HOUSING CONFERENCE

MONDAY-TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14-15 AT HILTON BURLINGTON Newly-elected state leaders and nontraditional partnerships featured

 

HUD "Huddle" with Resident Service Coordination Grantees

As part of the Multifamily for Tomorrow Transformation, HUD’s Boston Satellite Office and the Northeast Region now have designated Grants Specialists overseeing HUD grant programs.  In order to get acquainted with their valued customers and address questions, HUD invites program participants in the New England states to a Huddle with Grantees.  The Huddle is designed for clients working with Resident Services Coordinator [RSC], Congregate Housing Services Program [CHSP], or Assisted Living Conversion Program [ALCP] grants, or for clients that have budget-funded RSCs. 

Wellness for Housing Professionals: Strategies to Manage Stress, Optimize your Energy & Live your Life in Balance

In this upbeat, interactive workshop, Heather Main of Main Wellness Works will present dozens of ideas that you can use today to reduce stress, improve your energy and overall sense of well-being. Ideas presented will be philosophical, theoretical and practical, spanning everything from details about how much water you drink at work to how you approach your bucket-list of life dreams. We’ll talk about the 6-dimensions of wellness, how to get yourself out of a low or anxious mood, time management and tons more. Join us.

Renewable Energy Vermont 2016 Conference & Expo

Even with our combination of ingenuity, determination and, resolution to lead on climate and clean energy, a real need exists for even greater innovation. Where do we go from here, as we head toward an election that may bring unprecedented change not just at home but throughout the nation?

At the Renewable Energy Vermont 2016 Conference & Expo, you'll hear from four leaders at the forefront of our energy transformation during a special plenary session entitled, 2026: Envisioning Our Energy Future.  

Training offered in October on accessible and adaptable multifamily housing

Accessibility Matters is offering an online training program called  “Home Sweet Accessible Home:  Mitigating Liability in Accessible / Adaptable Multifamily Housing” on October 10th, 12th or 19th, 2016.

Learn more and register.

It's go time at VHFA!

With today marking the beginning of Week 2 of Vermont's Way to Go Challenge, VHFA staff are showing their stuff when it comes to reducing carbon pollution. 

Eight-two percent of the Agency’s staff are biking, walking, running, bussing and carpooling as much as possible before the challenge ends on October 7.  In addition to reducing its carbon footprint, the VHFA group has their eye on winning a Carbon Throw Down with our partners at Housing Vermont.

Vermont housing leaders advise HUD Secretary on importance of federal support, coordination, flexibility and working effectively in rural areas

At the invitation of Senator Patrick Leahy, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro visited Burlington yesterday to meet with the state’s housing leaders and attend a ribbon-cutting at the new Bright Street affordable housing project.

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