Vermont Housing Finance Agency Introduces New Web Tools to Help Vermonters Find Apartments and Information About Their Towns
Vermont Housing Finance Agency (VHFA) announced today the launch of a robust, free resource connecting Vermonters to information about housing vacancies and community needs. Low and moderate income Vermonters who lack adequate, stable housing they can afford suffer elevated health and safety risks.
Martí currently serves as Assistant Commissioner for Government Affairs at New York City’s Department of Housing Preservation & Development where he heads a division that negotiates legislation at the local, state and federal levels. During his tenure there, Martí worked with the New York State legislature to enact the nation’s largest property tax incentive program for multifamily development.
U.S. Senator Jack Reed, Congressman David Cicilline, Treasurer Seth Magaziner, Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza and leaders from RIHousing and Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH) celebrated 128 newly renovated apartments at Oxford Gardens and Oxford Place today.
Michael Skelton, president and CEO of the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, was recently appointed to the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority’s Board of Directors by Governor Chris Sununu. The GMCC is the state’s largest business advocacy organization, representing nearly 1,000 businesses across southern New Hampshire.
LHC awarded $12.3 million in housing credits for the construction and rehabilitation of 20 affordable housing developments. The credits will be used to maximize the production and preservation of safe, affordable, energy efficient residential housing units in 13 parishes impacted by the Historic Floods of 2016.
New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency executive staff joined local officials and representatives of Moorestown Ecumenical Neighborhood Development Inc. (MEND) and Conifer Reality LLC for a groundbreaking today marking the start of an age-restricted affordable rental apartment community.
Main Street Maryland Program Celebrates 20 Years of Economic Investment in Maryland’s Historic Business Districts
The State of Maryland today celebrated the 20th anniversary of its Main Street Maryland program by announcing two new designated communities: the Town of New Market and the City of Laurel, at an event held in downtown Laurel.
Governor Larry Hogan today announced $8 million in Fiscal Year 2019 grant awards through the Community Legacy program managed by the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. These grants will support 79 neighborhood revitalization and redevelopment projects in 22 jurisdictions across Maryland.
RIHousing Executive Director Barbara Fields has been appointed Secretary/Treasurer of the National Council of State Housing Agencies (NCSHA), the agency announced today. Fields was appointed to serve a one-year term on the NCHSA Executive Board at its annual meeting last week.
Ten Granite State professionals who work with homebuyers have been named 2019 New Hampshire Housing Homeownership Fellows. This program offers the group an interactive and educational opportunity to explore the issues and challenges of the mortgage finance system.