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eNews and Press Releases

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
10/3/2017VHDA To Offer Military Homebuyer Education Class at Oceana Naval Base
8/28/2017Dos clases de VHDA para Compradores de Viviendas van hacer ofrecida en Roanoke, Virginia
8/28/2017Two Free VHDA Homeownership Education Classes to be Offered in Roanoke
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
9/29/2016VHDA Wins Two National Housing Awards
6/13/2016Governor McAuliffe Recognizes Virginia Homeownership Month

News Clips

BUILDER, Friday, October 05, 2018
(RECAP: Habitat for Humanity is planning on using recent changes in the tax law to redevelop a 120-acre, 341-unit mobile home park in Charlottesville, Virginia, into a city within a city, complete with single-family homes, townhouses and retail. The nonprofit bought the land in 2007 and has already spent $20 million at the park to stabilize the infrastructure. The residents own the homes but not the land and have a voice in the renovation plans. To help finance the project, Habitat is exploring tax credits attached to Opportunity Zones.)
The Daily Progress, Sunday, September 23, 2018
(RECAP: As Scottsville works on a vision to revitalize its long-dormant Hyosung Tire plant, the town is inviting residents to participate in the process. The southern Albemarle hamlet has been working with University of Virginia School of Architecture students, associate professor Seth McDowell and Aaron Arnett with consulting firm Arnett Muldrow & Associates on what the potential redevelopment could look like. The town received a planning grant from the Virginia Housing Development Authority to fund architectural concepts and a housing market study.)
Richmond BizSense, Thursday, October 04, 2018
(RECAP: Richmond-based Better Housing Coalition is launching the final phase of its 14-acre Market Square community near Jefferson Davis Highway and Alcott Road with the construction of a $9 million, 60-unit apartment building for people over 55. About $5.5 million of the project is being financed through low-income tax credit equity, while $2.8 million is coming from financing through the Virginia Housing Development Authority. The remaining balance for the project is from equity raised by the BHC.)
MULTI-HOUSING NEWS, Thursday, September 27, 2018
(RECAP: Operating as an affiliate of Enterprise, Community Preservation and Development Corp. has broke ground on the $30 million Jackson Ward, Va., development, which will comprise 154 energy-efficient homes as well as 6,000 square feet of retail space.), Tuesday, October 02, 2018
(RECAP: Governor Ralph Northam today announced $4.5 million in Vibrant Community Initiative (VCI) funding for housing and community development projects in Albemarle and Middlesex counties. VCI combines multiple Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) funding sources to support local or regional comprehensive community-based projects, including affordable housing, community development and economic development components. The Virginia Housing Development Authority (VHDA) has partnered with DHCD to provide critical technical assistance and financial support.)


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