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Multifamily management

Celebrating McKenzie House's past and future as affordable housing

McKenzie House cakeResidents and guests gathered at McKenzie House in Burlington this week to celebrate the project's past 30 years and bright future providing affordable rental housing.

Funnery brings Shakespeare to Highgate Apartments

Highgate Apartments in Barre recently hosted the 2-week Highgate Funnery Shakespeare Camp.  Eighteen children ages 10 to 15 from Highgate Apartments and nearby Green Acre Apartments worked very hard to prepare a performance of Macbeth, arguably

Children's Literacy Foundation brings books and adventure to Highgate community

Traveler and author Jan Reynolds visited the Highgate apartment community in Barre this week, thanks to the Children's Literacy Foundation.

Resident service coordinators hone networks and skills at annual conference

The 15th annual New England Resident Services Coordinators (NERSC) conference was held last week in Brewster, Massachusetts on Cape Cod. The conference drew record attendance with more than 400 participants, even from outside New England.

New guidance on accessibility requirements for multifamily housing released

New guidance released last week by the U.S.

Vermont Landlord Certificates due to tenants

Every year landlords are required to provide each of their tenants with a completed Landlord Certificate (LC-142) by January 31 if they have 2 or more residential units or upon request if they have only 1 residential unit, according to recent guidance

Rental registry proposed in Springfield, Vermont

A new registry listing all Springfield apartment buildings was proposed Monday night, according to the March 26, 2013 Barre Montpelier Time Argus.  

Updates needed to Vermont's list of vacant subsidized rental housing before next storm

In light of the storm forecast for next week, owners and managers of Vermont's subsidized rental housing are encouraged to be sure that all vacancies are listed in the Vermont Directory of Affordable Rental Housing

HUD grants for assisted living conversion and service coordination

Grant funds totalling $25 million are available from HUD to help cover the cost of improvements to existing HUD-assisted elderly apartment complexes to respond to the needs of elderly individuals who are aging in place.

Common application streamlines process for Vermont renters

Many applicants for assisted rental housing in Vermont will now need only complete a single application as a beginning point in the process of applying for housing under the

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