A new program from the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources has funding for low and moderate income Vermont homeowners to replace their home water or wastewater systems. Applications for the first round of funding are open through April 15, 2022.
By: Maura Collins
The mission of the Vermont Housing Finance Agency (VHFA) is to finance and promote affordable, safe, and decent housing opportunities for low- and moderate-income Vermonters.
Embedded in that mission is the need to consider the holistic cost of renting and owning, meaning not just the upfront cost of housing, but also the cost of living in it long term.
By: Steve Gronlund
Vermont Housing Finance Agency (VHFA) is recruiting for a Senior Finance and Accounting Analyst. Named one of the “Best Small/Medium Places to Work in Vermont” several times over the last few years, VHFA offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits.
By: Mia Watson
The median Vermont non-vacation home sold for $270,000 in 2021, a 10.2% increase from the prior year, and a 19% overall increase from prices in 2019, before the pandemic. This is the largest home price increase seen since 2005.