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We publish our newsletter six times per year. We will also share occasional updates on events impacting the affordable housing industry in Virginia. Interested? Sign up today. Can’t wait for our next newsletter? You can also subscribe to VHDA’s Blog and follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn. Members of the news media: You’re invited to contact our public relations manager directly.


eNews and Press Releases

1/18/2019Top Producing Mortgage Loan Officers Recognized by VHDA
6/1/2018VHDA Charity Golf Tournament Celebrates 26 Years of Helping the Homeless
10/10/2017VHDA/USDA Loan Program Helps Rural Home Buyers Purchase Existing Manufactured Homes
12/22/2016Free VHDA Homeownership Classes Set For Central Virginia
12/21/2016Free VHDA Homeownership Classes Set For Hampton Roads
12/8/2016Free VHDA Homeownership Classes Set For Northern Virginia
6/13/2016Governor McAuliffe Recognizes Virginia Homeownership Month
5/18/2016VHDA Homeownership Education Class Offered in Spanish
4/18/2016Free VHDA Homeownership Classes Set For Northern Virginia in May
1/15/2016Free VHDA Homeownership Classes Set For Northern Virginia in February

News Clips

Washington Business Journal, Tuesday, January 22, 2019
(RECAP:Virginia’s proposed Inc. incentive package sailed through the state Senate on Monday, not unanimously, but still with relative ease.)
Richmond BizSense, Wednesday, January 23, 2019
(RECAP: With a million-dollar assist from a local Fortune 500, an area housing nonprofit said it now will be able to extend its homebuilding efforts to Richmond’s Southside – announcing those plans at the same time it is vying for a contract for dozens of properties there.)
Daily Press, Tuesday, January 15, 2019
(RECAP: An incentive program aimed at encouraging landlords in wealthy areas to open their doors to low-income families failed to take off in Richmond, but one state lawmaker hopes it might make a difference in Hampton Roads. The program gives landlords a tax break if they accept housing vouchers — formerly Section 8 vouchers — in neighborhoods that have low poverty.)
The Daily Progress, Wednesday, January 16, 2019
(RECAP: Addressing Charlottesville’s affordable housing needs could cost $462.8 million and require $156.6 million in city funds over 15 years, according to the Housing Advisory Committee, although the numbers are far from concrete.), Wednesday, January 16, 2019
(RECAP: The Lynchburg Regional Housing Collaborative has been working to address the needs of low-income residents for the last seven years. They are hoping the data in the study, which they presented to city council last week, will help change policy and create more options for the city’s most vulnerable citizens.)


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Brian Matt
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Phone: 804-343-5520
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