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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

 

Beat election-year uncertainty with the inside scoop at the Vermont Statewide Housing Conference

Next week's Vermont Statewide Housing Conference will provide many opportunities to get your questions answered about how the election affects Vermont. Walk-in registration is available at the same initial low price so join us on November 14-15 at the Burlington Hilton.

Common Rental Application for Housing in Vermont revised

The Common Rental Application for Housing in Vermont has been revised based on feedback from housing managers, applicant experiences and the state’s evolving information needs.  The revised application was announced by Executive Director Sarah Carpenter last week at the annual conference of the Vermont Housing Managers Association.

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Burlington Town Center expected to create much-needed affordable housing and jobs

In addition to construction jobs, the proposed Burlington Town Center plans include creation of 55 new units of affordable housing and 219 market rate homes.  Housing advocates and community leaders joined Burlington Mayor Weinberger today in City Hall Park to discuss ways in which the proposed Town Center would help address the needs of the region’s residents for more affordable homes located near jobs and services. 

Showcase your innovative project at the Vermont Statewide Housing Conference

In addition to other exciting new features, the Vermont Statewide Housing Conference on November 14-15 will be showcasing the most dedicated and innovative projects in our communities. "Projects" could be homeownership or rental housing developments, planning efforts, collaborations, initiatives, or other coordinated efforts. Conference attendees will learn about these projects from concept to reality via posters on display throughout the conference.

Vermont celebrates opening of its first net-zero energy, affordable rental neighborhood

Executive Director Sarah Carpenter joined Congressman Peter Welch, Addison County Community Trust (ACCT), Cathedral Square Corporation (CSC) and other partners yesterday to celebrate the opening of McKnight Lane, Vermont’s first net-zero energy affordable housing community. Formerly a blighted mobile home park, McKnight Lane  is a vibrant, new, affordable rental community featuring Vermods, modular,  high-efficiency homes manufactured in Wilder, Vermont. 

VHFA seeks public input on state's most urgent rental housing needs

VHFA's Executive Director Sarah Carpenter announced today that interested parties are invited to submit comments on how housing tax credits are allocated.  Housing tax credits are Vermont’s primary funding source for developing affordable rental housing.  The comments will be considered during this year’s upcoming revisions to Vermont’s Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP).  As administrator of the housing tax credit program, VHFA allocates credits to specific projects in accordance with identified State needs and Federal requirements outlined in the Vermont QAP.

Vermont Realtors sponsors Statewide Housing Conference

A big thanks to Vermont Realtors who is a premier sponsor for the 2016 Vermont Statewide Housing Conference.

Raymond James sponsors Statewide Housing Conference

A big thanks to Raymond James who is a premier sponsor for the 2016 Vermont Statewide Housing Conference.

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