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People come and people go: In-migration matches out-migration for Vermont in 2013

About 3.5% of Vermont’s population moved out of the state in 2012-2013—about the same number as those moving in, according to Census estimates. This means that the number of people moving in and out of the state had no net effect on the state’s total population.

Remodeling key to addressing mismatch between aging population and inaccessible housing

The average aging baby boomer plans to “age in place” which will create new levels of demand for remodeling of the currently inaccessible homes they live in, confirms a recent report from Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies. 

Vermont's HUD Consolidated Plan under revision

The Vermont Department of Housing and Community Development posted a revised “second draft” of its proposed 2015-2019 HUD Consolidated Plan and 2015 Action Plan on March 26, 2015 with tracked changes from the earlier draft version published on March 12.  The document and information about the plan are available on DHCD’s website.

Your turn to weigh in on VT’s housing and community development priorities

Survey ImageVermont's Department of Housing and Community Development is in the process of preparing the 2015 to 2020 HUD Consolidated Plan which guides the investment of more than $10 million annually for three formula grants: Community Development Block Grants CD

Housing conference registration extended and workshop added

conf_logoThere are still a few more days to register for the Vermont Statewide Housing Conference. On-line registrations will be accepted through Friday, November 7, 2014.

How does transportation planning affect the affordability of living in Vermont communities?

Channel 17A community's transportation infrastructure has a profound effect on how affordable and feasible it is to live there.

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:

Registration open for Vermont Statewide Housing Conference

 The Vermont Statewide Housing Conference is proud to announce its lineup of 18 workshops, in-depth plenary panel and nationally-acclaimed keynote speaker Barry Zigas. Register online today for this important event!

A new look at the connection between home prices and movers

MoversThe share of movers within the U.S.

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

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