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How does transportation planning affect the affordability of living in Vermont communities?

Channel 17A community's transportation infrastructure has a profound effect on how affordable and feasible it is to live there.

Joint Committee on Tax Credits to review qualified allocation plan on September 29th

Vermont’s Joint Committee on Tax Credits has scheduled its review of the qualified allocation plan for Monday, September 29, 2014. Read meeting specifics below:

Time and Location:

  • 1:00pm-4:00pm
  • Vermont Housing Finance Agency, 164 St. Paul St., Burlington, VT

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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!

A new look at the connection between home prices and movers

MoversThe share of movers within the U.S.

Why are seniors less likely to move than younger households?  

Senior MobilityElderly baby boomers may be less likely to move to new "senior" housing in the numbers many expect, recent research from Harvard’s Joint Center

On-line tools help Vermont municipalities address housing needs

Muncipal_toolsEver wonder what can be done at the municipal level to improve housing affordability?  VHFA recently expanded the Vermont Housing Data website to include a page to answer just this question.

Vermont’s use of societal condition indicators takes a giant step forward

AHS_scorecardThanks to the recent development of a menu of indicators and targets by the Vermont Agency of Human Services and the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission, describing how Vermonters are doing has become easie

Understanding Tax Credits for Affordable Housing Training Workshop

blocksPlease join us on Thursday, April 3, 2014 for an important training opportunity, Understanding Tax Credits for Affordable Housing. The workshop will be held at the Red School House on the Vermont Technical College Campus in Randolph. 9:am-3:30pm.

New tool makes makes it easy to get some Census estimates

explorerEver wonder which Vermont area has the highest percentage of renters?  Or the highest median household income?   CensusExplorer, a new tool released by the Census Bureau, makes finding out as ea

Modifications to Vermont’s housing tax credit program for 2014

DDA 2014Vermont’s “difficult to develop” areas under the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit provisions have been revised to include all counties with the exception of Addison, Orleans, Caledonia and Essex for 2014.

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