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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

3/8/2019Lectures to be Held on Small Scale Real Estate Development
1/31/2019VHDA Offers Closing Cost Assistance Grants for Rural Housing Services and Veterans Affairs Loans
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

News Clips

The News & Advance, Thursday, February 28, 2019
(RECAP: Gov. Ralph Northam on Thursday signed legislation expanding eviction protections in the state, months after Richmond’s high eviction rates were thrust into the national spotlight.), Saturday, March 02, 2019
(RECAP: In a six-month period last year, the Fredericksburg Sheriff’s Office delivered 435 eviction notices—averaging more than 60 per month. Sheriff’s Deputy Lt. Scott Foster compiled these statistics for a presentation before the City Council in February. He accompanied members of Virginia Organizing, who are advocating for the establishment of a citywide housing trust to address the affordable housing crisis facing the region and nation.)
NBC29.COM, Monday, March 04, 2019
(RECAP: Charlottesville's City Council is considering a move to buy land in the city that could be used for affordable housing in the future. In addition, the owners will donate residual land that must be used as green space, adjacent to other land bought by the city in 2014. In total, the property spans nearly 3 acres.)
CURBED, Wednesday, February 27, 2019
(RECAP: Habitat for Humanity has a bold plan for a mobile home park in Charlottesville, Virginia, one the organization hopes will serve as a nationwide blueprint for redevelopment without displacing current residents. Southwood Mobile Home Park will have 800 residential units—more than half of which will be affordable—and as much as 200,000 square feet of commercial space. The affordable units will be built by Habitat directly or provided by private developers through the Low Income Housing Tax Credit program.)
The Southwest Times, Monday, February 25, 2019
(RECAP: West Main Street in downtown Pulaski is going through some changes, as some crafty entrepreneurs have found a way to finance major building renovations using available capital. The Virginia Housing Development Authority lists the rehabilitation of these two buildings as the first pilot project dedicated to renovating this section of West Main Street.)


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