Prices reduced on final homes renovated through HARP program

By: Leslie Black-Plumeau
Vermont homes for sale

A beautiful, new ranch-style home in St. Johnsbury and fully-renovated historic home in Rutland are for sale to qualified buyers at greatly reduced prices.  The Housing Acquisition & Rehabilitation Program (HARP), administered by VHFA, helps qualified home buyers purchase beautifully restored and energy efficient homes. We've just finished with the improvements to these homes and are now offering them at greatly reduced prices thanks to Vermont Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds. HARP's an economic stimulus success story — creating jobs for Vermont building contractors and more affordable homes for Vermont buyers.

Each home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The homes have a net price of $125,000 in St. Johnsbury and $75,000 in Rutland, for qualified buyers. Learn about program requirements and what each of these exceptional quality homes has to offer.

Pictured: 212 St. Mary Street in St. Johnsbury (upper) and 110 Forest Sreet in Rutland (lower)