If you're interested in buying a home in Vermont, VHFA's mortgage programs may be just what you're looking for. If you already have a VHFA mortgage for your home, but have questions, we have answers. Since we are always looking for the best ways to help Vermonters with housing problems, we can also point you to information for mobile home residents or what to do if you're having trouble paying your non-VHFA mortgage.
The biggest way VHFA helps renters is by providing financing and tax credits to developers of affordable rental housing in Vermont. Read more about how we support
rental housing developers and rental housing owners/managers so they can help provide decent, safe affordable housing to Vermont renters. VHFA does not own or manage rental housing. We also do not administer rental assistance or accept applications for housing.
VHFA also serves as a statewide coordinator of information about all publicly-subsidized rental housing, which includes housing we've financed as well as housing financed by other organizations. This information is updated regularly by property managers across the state and shared through the Vermont Directory of Affordable Rental Housing. This on-line resource, created and managed by VHFA, describes each publicly-subsidized rental property in the state, including listing the latest housing vacancies in these properties.