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eNews and Press Releases

5/18/2016Clase de VHDA Para compradores de vivienda de primera vez en español.
5/18/2016VHDA Homeownership Education Class Offered in Spanish
4/18/2016Free VHDA Homeownership Classes Set For Hampton Roads in May
4/18/2016Free VHDA Homeownership Classes Set For Northern Virginia in May
4/18/2016Free VHDA Homeownership Classes Set For Central Virginia in May
1/15/2016Free VHDA Homeownership Classes Set For Northern Virginia in February
1/14/2016Free VHDA Homeownership Classes Set For Hampton Roads in February
1/13/2016Free VHDA Homeownership Classes Set For Central Virginia in February
12/28/2015Free VHDA Homeownership Classes Set For Hampton Roads In January
12/28/2015Free VHDA Homeownership Classes Set For Richmond Area In January

News Clips

Fairfax Connection , Thursday, May 26, 2016
(RECAP: For those unable to attend the Fairfax Area Disability Service Board’s monthly meetings, June will be an opportunity to voice concerns in person to board members regarding community disability services. Tuesday, May 24 at Burke Centre Library, Matthew Barkley hosted the first of six upcoming community forums that serve as a platform for feedback and ideas about how to improve accessibility and inclusivity for disabled persons in Fairfax County.)
NCSHA, Thursday, May 26, 2016
(RECAP: Yesterday afternoon, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Housing and Head of the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) Ed Golding issued a statement reaffirming that loans that include HFA down payment assistance (DPA) are eligible for FHA insurance. The statement also says that HFA DPA programs are legal and consistent with federal housing law.)
SWVA Today , Saturday, May 28, 2016
(RECAP: When a community is in economic crisis, with shuttered storefronts and dwindling downtown foot traffic, Virginia Community Capital may be able to offer incentive for revival. For the past decade, VCC, a nonprofit community development financial institution and B Corp bank, has been doing just that in communities across the commonwealth. The impact, said Jane Henderson, president and CEO of VCC at an anniversary celebration on Wednesday, is more than money. The program is encouraging jobs and business, healthcare and fresh food, affordable housing and community revitalization.)
Fauquier Now, Wednesday, May 25, 2016
(RECAP: More than 1,000 students from private and public schools submitted their thoughts on what Warrenton could look like in 25 years. As part of the town’s Comprehensive Plan update, six schools participated in the project, which required students to share their ideas as postcards. Kindergartners through high school seniors drew two pictures each, one illustrating what they value in Warrenton in 2016 and another depicting what they would like to see in 2040.)
Loudoun Times-Mirror, Wednesday, May 25, 2016
(RECAP: Leesburg Town Council's May 24 meeting was taken over by discussion of the current rezoning application for Crescent Parke, a proposed mixed-use development along the edge of the Leesburg Bypass. Senior town planner Michael Watkins gave a detailed outline of each concern planning commission members had with the current blueprint. Mayor David Butler requested the council not yet vote on the matter. Crescent Parke is a mixed-use development that will feature retail/office space, office/hotel space, retail with 96 multifamily units located above it and a 2,000-square-foot community room, 196 townhomes and 88 "two over twos," or two-unit townhomes. The development currently has mixed reviews among residents. Council will continue discussion of the plans at its next work session.)

 

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