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Vermont Affordable Housing Coalition launches storytelling project

Interviews with residents of subsidized rental housing in Vermont will be the core of a new story telling project launched by the Vermont Affordable Housing Coalition.

The first interview shared through the project is with Angela Devoid, a single mother living at Moose River Apartments in St. Johnbury.  Listen to her story.

Photo Contest

It's time for our next photo contest!

What part of your home made your Summer special? Summer is a beautiful time to add new additions to your home, yard, or even just relax and spend time outside with people you care about.

The critical, and mathematical, role of tax credits and other sources in housing low-income Vermonters

Ever wonder why it's not easier to build affordable apartments?  A new interactive tool developed by the Urban Institute illustrates the mathematical necessity of tax credits, loans, tenant income/rent and grants in paying for the costs of affordable housing.  Check it out to see if you can make the math work!

Get your Pokémon here!

For Burlington area Pokémon Go trainers, VHFA is doing its part to lure Pokémon to the corner of St. Paul and King Streets near our office. This little guy was spotted just this morning!

Check back throughout the work week while our office is open from 8:00 to 4:30 for your chance to catch more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Housing tax credits help renovate Lyndonville's Darling Inn


From L to R: Ted Brady (USDA), Jenny Nelson (Senator Sanders
office), Werner Heidemann (RuralEdge), Senator Leahy, Jen Hollar
(VHCB) and Sarah Carpenter (VHFA).  Photo by Elwin Prescott.

VHFA AND UNION BANK TURN TAX CREDITS INTO DOWN PAYMENT HELP FOR VERMONTERS

By purchasing $125,000 in Vermont Housing Tax Credits last Friday, Union Bank supplied the equity needed to help approximately 125 households buy their first homes in Vermont this coming year. These households will receive up to $5,000 to help cover their down payment and closing costs through a statewide program when they qualify for a Vermont Housing Finance Agency mortgage. 

 

Vermont home sales market steady in first half of 2016

The median price of non-vacation Vermont homes sold during the first six months of 2016 was $200,000, virtually unchanged from 2015. Like prices, the number of sales also held steady compared to the first six months of 2015. 

Affordable housing tops concerns in UVM Medical Center community survey

Lack of affordable housing is the community challenge that survey respondents are most concerned about, according to the recently released 2016 Community Health Needs Assessment.  Among survey respondents, 58.3 percent rated lack of affordable housing as the top concern, followed by 52.5 percent for drug and alcohol abuse.  

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