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Few options for would-be renters in the Upper Valley

uvhcOf the approximately 10,000 rental units in the core towns of the Upper Valley, only about 250 were vacant as of June 30, 2014, based on research presented by the Upper Valley Housing Coalition at its recent Business Leaders Breakfast in West Lebanon.

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!

Foreclosed homes renovated through HARP program

48 Williams St - Before and After HARP PicThanks to low interest rates and a little known housing program making a big impact, this is a great time to buy a home.

Primary home prices dip in first half of 2014

home pricesBetween January and June, the median price of a primary home sold in Vermont was about 4% lower than it had been in 2013. Statewide, the median price dipped to $192,250 from $200,000 in 2013.

New 3.875% interest rate extends home buying opportunities

visionToday marked VHFA’s unprecedented release of $20 million in financing for Vermont home buyers with a new, historically low, fixed interest rate of 3.875% for 30-year mortgages.  The low rate is available for VHFA’s conventional and government loan programs, and is available exclusively through VHFA partici

Transformation of Morrisville building into affordable apartments in the news

fox_storyDramatic renovations at the former Arthur’s Department Store in Morrisville were the subject of a Fox 44 story over the weekend.  The building is being converted from vacant, unused space into 18 units of

Additional apartments in Bennington unlikely to disrupt schools

Bennington childrenA new housing development in Bennington financed through VHFA’s Housing Tax Credit program has come under fire from several local residents.

Congressman Welch leads public discussion Friday of the importance of federal housing credits

Bobbin_MillAt 12:15 pm Friday, June 13th, Congressman Peter Welch and Mayor Miro Weinberger will lead a public press conference about the critical link between the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit and Vermont’s supply of affordable rental housing.

Housing events calendar for week of June 9, 2014

weekly plannerOrganizing your schedule for the week? Check out the list below and the Events Calendar page on VHFA’s website for the latest Vermont housing events.

 

Housing discrimination widespread in Vermont, new study finds

HDLPA new report finds high rates of discrimination in Vermont's rental housing market based on race, color, national origin, disability, and minor children.

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