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Programs

Ribbon_CuttingSince its incorporation, the Windham & Windsor Housing Trust (WWHT) has held firm to its belief that quality affordable housing is an essential component of family and community stability. This fundamental belief has guided the Trust’s work throughout the years, helping the region’s communities meet the housing needs of their citizens through the creation of affordable rental housing and homeownership opportunities.

Housing Development

WWHT is a respected and seasoned housing developer, with extensive working knowledge in the areas of property acquisition, project budgeting, funding and financing, and construction oversight.  The Housing Trust has competed for and received project development funding from many sources, including the Vermont Housing and Conservation Board, Vermont Community Development Program, Vermont Housing Finance Agency, as well as developed equity through the Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program and Historic Tax Credit Program.

Often, WWHT works in partnership with town officials, local advisory committees, and grassroots groups to identify and work to meet the housing needs of a community.

View our projects – in progress and recently completed.

Property Management

Once the housing is rehabilitated or created, WWHT (or, in some locations, a contracted management agent) provides comprehensive property management services, as well as special supportive services, when needed, to help residents maintain housing stability.

For a list of current vacancies in Brattleboro, Wilmington and Putney visit Apartments for Rent. For vacancies in WWHT properties located in the Deerfield Valley, northern Windham County, and Windsor County, visit www.stewartproperty.net. For more information, call our rental agent at 254-4604 extension 101, or email info@w-wht.org.

Homeownership Program

WWHT’s HomeOwnership Center offers a variety of programs and specialized services to support successful homeownership, including:

We also offer affordable single-family homes for sale through the Homeland Program.

For specific information visit: HomeOwnership Center.

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