VHFA is an active participant and sponsor of associations supporting Vermont’s affordable housing managers.
VHMA is composed of owners, managers, resident service coordinators and maintenance professionals of subsidized and/or affordable housing in Vermont.
VHMA's objective is to improve standards and practices of all phases of administration related to affordable housing. VHMA provides a forum for the presentation, discussion and resolution of concerns common to its members through an annual conference held each October and workshops held throughout the year.
NEAHMA is composed of owners, managers and associate vendors representing more than 50,000 units of affordable housing throughout New England. NEAHMA was formed in 1989 to facilitate communication between management agents and local HUD offices and state housing agencies. Monthly membership meetings include training and education as well as current housing updates provided by agency representatives. Members have on-going opportunities to attend NEAHMA-sponsored educational sessions relevant to affordable housing. All training and educational workshops qualify for credits toward the NAHP® designation.
VHFA's Director of Multifamily Programs Sam Falzone serves on NEAHMA's Board of Directors.