Programs Help Vermont Homeowners

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The Vermont Homeowner Assistance Program (VHAP) provides grants of up to $30,000 to eligible homeowners who have financial problems because of COVID and are behind on expenses for the house they own and live in. The grants may help pay:

  • mortgage payments
  • mobile home loans
  • property taxes
  • homeowner’s insurance premiums
  • association fees
  • utilities (sewer, water, electric, propane). 

Learn more about VHAP financial help and help from Vermont Legal Aid.

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2. Healthy Homes

Learn about a new program from the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources that can help low- and moderate-income Vermont homeowners replace their failed home water or wastewater systems. The Healthy Homes On-Site Program provides help to eligible property owners, including owner-occupied multi-family properties with up to four units. Applications will be accepted again starting in December 2022. Visit the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources website for details.

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