VHFA News

Vermont home prices continued to climb in the first six months of 2019, based on the latest data from Vermont Property Transfer tax records. The median home sold for $219,500, a roughly 2% increase from 2018. Sale prices increased for every home type in Vermont during the last six months. The... Read More
Vermont Housing Finance Agency (VHFA) is proud to announce that it will expand its parental leave policy to offer six weeks of fully paid parental leave for its employees, effective immediately. “When I became Director this was one of the first moves I wanted to make at the Agency,” VHFA Executive... Read More
The economic recovery is being felt among many households, with home equity wealth rising and more Millennials becoming homeowners. However, gains in homeownership have not been equally distributed among all Americans. Homeownership among black households has risen at a slower pace any other group... Read More
Vermont Housing Finance Agency (VHFA) is seeking a Manager of Business Development for its Homeownership programs. This position is responsible for developing, implementing and promoting Homeownership loan programs and services, working closely with our network of participating lenders, real... Read More
Roughly 9,000 Vermont senior households receive some form of financial rental help compared to 8,000 younger households, according to a report recently completed by VHFA on the distribution of rental subsidies by age group. As the allocating agency for scarce federal and state funds for developing... Read More
Executive Director Maura Collins announced that Vermont Housing Finance Agency (VHFA) has hired Dave Chien of Williston as its new Director of Information Technology (IT). Chien comes to VHFA from Vermont Legal Aid, where he worked for the past 12 years, most recently as their Senior IT... Read More