VHFA News

Vermont Housing Finance Agency (VHFA) will be holding a series of outreach meetings to seek comments on the draft 2020 Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP). The QAP is a compilation of IRS mandates, national best practices and state housing priorities that sets eligibility and criteria for awarding... Read More
The Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development (ACCD) is now accepting applications for 2019 for two different programs that promote development and revitalization of Vermont’s downtowns. The Downtown and Village Center tax credit program has $2.6 million in state income tax credits... Read More
Newly released data from the 2019 Point-in-Time Count showed 1,089 people experiencing homelessness in Vermont on a single evening this winter, which represents a 16 percent decrease from last year. However, the number of chronically homeless Vermonters increased substantially from 2018 to 2019,... Read More
Vermont’s population has grown by just 0.1 percent since 2010, with a net increase of 555 people, according to the latest Census Bureau estimates. Vermont had the 48th smallest population increase among states in the nation, both in absolute numbers and percent increase. Some Vermont counties have... Read More
VHFA is seeking applicants for two immediate job openings: Director of Information Technology and Community Development Underwriter. The Director of Information Technology is responsible for managing all aspects of the Agency’s Information Technology department and resources, including the network... Read More
Do you need an affordable apartment or know someone who does?   There are vacancies in 88 different apartment complexes across the state, according to the Vermont Directory of Affordable Rental Housing. Learn more about particular units by clicking on the development name below, or by visiting the... Read More