Vermont Housing Finance Agency (VHFA) is pleased to announce that Megan Roush, VHFA Director of Development, has been selected for the VermontBiz Recognizes Vermont’s Rising Stars Class of 2023
By: Nate Lantieri
New data on Vermont’s short-term rental (STR) market now available on HousingData.org shows a continued increase, up to 11,747 homes statewide in September 2023. Additionally, historic data has been added to the site, now displaying monthly figures, starting in October 2014.
VHFA is conducting a series of sessions around the state about housing development funding. Learn about new funding opportunities available and share how they can best help you overcome challenges to build and renovate affordable housing. Open to anyone interested in creating and preserving affordable housing, including small and aspiring developers.
By: Eric Hoffman
The State of Vermont has renewed funding for the First Generation Homebuyer Program. Originally released as a pilot program in 2022, the program is now widely available and offers eligible homebuyers a $15,000 grant to help with down payment and closing costs. Interested homebuyers can now apply through any local VHFA participating lender (bank, credit union, or mortgage company).