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TD Bank sponsors Statewide Housing Conference

A big thank you to TD Bank who is a diamond sponsor for the 2016 Vermont Statewide Housing Conference.

Vermont Agency of Human Services sponsors Statewide Housing Conference

A big thank you to Vermont Agency of Human Services who is a diamond sponsor for the 2016 Vermont Statewide Housing Conference.

Vermont State Housing Authority sponsors Statewide Housing Conference

A big thank you to Vermont State Housing Authority who is a diamond sponsor for the 2016 Vermont State Housing Conference.

Winooski Housing Authority sponsors Statewide Housing Conference

A big thank you to Winooski Housing Authority who is a diamond sponsor for the 2016 Vermont Statewide Housing Conference.

Vermont Community Loan Fund sponsors Statewide Housing Conference

A big thank you to Vermont Community Loan Fund who is a diamond sponsor for the 2016 Vermont Statewide Housing Conference.

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.

2016 Vermont Statewide Housing Conference promises twice as much

 

Register today!

Every other year Vermont holds a Vermont Statewide Housing Conference immediately after the election. This year, the conference will again be held at the Hilton Burlington but with many exciting changes and offering twice as much as in prior years, including:

Need an affordable apartment?

Need an affordable apartment or know someone who does?

Stakeholder input needed for roadmap to end homelessness in Vermont

A steering committee of housing and service providers, state agencies and funding organizations is working to reduce homelessness and stabilize vulnerable populations.  The committee’s current goal is to develop a system for facilitating service-connected affordable housing options, building local capacity, determining costs and identifying available and needed resources.
 

Prevalence of housing cost burden increases for rural Vermonters

More than 30 percent of the households in Vermont’s rural counties are now cost burdened by their housing expenses—a stark increase since 2000, according to a recent Harvard analysis of non-metro areas nationwide.  This interactive map shows the increase in cost burden rates sweeping U.S. rural areas.

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