Net-Zero Affordable Housing Opens in Vermont
McKnight Lane features high-performance modular homes with solar photovoltaic...
Vermont Awards Almost $2.6 Million in LIHTCs
More than 350 affordable homes will be developed or rehabbed through federal and...
Vermont Awards Almost $3 Million in Tax Credits
Twelve developments are expected to create or rehab more than 450 units of...
Wright House Has Right Stuff
Vermont development to help seniors age in place
New Project to Help Vermont Seniors Age in Place
Cathedral Square’s Wright House in Shelburne provides 36 affordable housing units...
Inside the HFAs
Ten HFA executives from around the nation discuss their priorities and the latest changes to their LIHTC QAPs. Plus: the market trends they’re watching, from demographics and affordability to high prices for construction and land.
Vermont Housing Needs Report Released
Even with modest population growth projections, Vermont will likely need about 5,000 new rental units and 8,000 ownership homes to be built by 2014, according to a new analysis by the Vermont Housing Finance Agency (VHFA). This would require doubling the
Sarah Carpenter has long been on the frontlines of delivering affordable housing in Vermont.
BURLINGTON—Applicants for low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs) in Vermont next year will have to meet tough new green design standards, according to the draft 2008 qualified allocation plan (QAP).
States offering gap financing
Connecticut has committed to create 1,000 units of supportive housing by 2010 under its Next Step Initiative.