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Two new VHFA bond deals will finance hundreds of VT home purchases and preserve affordable rental housing

VHFA has taken two big steps towards making housing more affordable in the Green Mountain State.

Vermonters receive relief of $4.9 million from National Mortgage Settlement

The nation’s largest mortgage servicers have distributed $26.1 billion in direct relief to nearly 310,000 homeowners, or roughly $84,385 per homeowner as part of the National Mortgage Settlement, according to a progress report released yester

NYU study finds housing tax credits serving those with greatest needs

The Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program  serves a significant number of the nation's extremely low-income households, perhaps more so than members of the affordable housing field had anticipated, concluded NYU’s Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy in a

VHFA's interest rate drop makes it a great time to buy

After dropping it's home mortgage interest rates today, VHFA's rates have never been lower: 

VHFA’s Martha Fleming retires

After almost 20 years of dedicated service to VHFA’s finance department, Martha Fleming is retiring. 

A fond farewell to VHFA’s Sue Joachim

After 29 years at VHFA, Sue Joachim decided to retire from her post in the finance department. 

Sue played several finance roles while at VHFA, most recently serving as its Accounting Specialist, focusing on accounts payable, cash receipts, and other responsibilities.

VHFA's home mortgage interest rates hit new low

VHFA dropped its home mortgage interest rates today to the lowest in agency history:

State housing finance agencies boost U.S. housing market recovery

VHFA and its counterparts across the nation are increasing home buying activity through “very solid” tax-free municipal debt, according to Bloomberg news.

Down payment requirements often ignored in housing affordability discussions

A recent study by the mortgage risk analysis company Andrew Davidson & Company confirms what many borrowers have been experiencing first-hand during the past few

Some borrowers harmed during foreclosure receive compensation

Borrowers nationwide who think they were financially harmed during the mortgage foreclosure process in 2009 or 2010 may request an independent review and potentially receive compensation.  The deadline for filing applications is July 31, 2012.

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