Locked Out: Vermont's Housing Crisis

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News

Pandemic-Era Rental Assistance Program to End Abruptly for Thousands

Housing Crisis

Delays in Aid Frustrate Homeowners Who Face Potential Foreclosure

Housing Crisis

Renters' Prison: How a Merciless Market of Unchecked Rent Hikes Traps Vermont Tenants

Locked Out Series, Part 6

Housing Crisis

Raising Homes: It Takes a Village to Grow Housing. How Vermont Towns Are Trying to Make It Happen

Locked Out Series, Part 5

Education

Gov. Scott Signs Historic Housing Bills in Randolph

Housing Crisis

Homelessness Remains on the Rise in Vermont, Survey Finds

Housing Crisis

Cottages Industry: The Housing Crisis Complicates Hiring, Forcing Employers to Become Realtors and Builders

Locked Out Series, Part 3

Housing Crisis

Vermont Housing Resources Guide

Housing Crisis

How Land-Use Regulations Impede Development — and Complicate the Housing Crisis

Locked Out Series, Part 2

Off Message

Woodstock Program Would Pay Property Owners to Provide Long-Term Rentals

Off Message

Scott, Lawmakers in Stalemate Over Housing Proposals


About this series

Seven Days is examining Vermont’s housing crisis — and what can be 
done about it — in our Locked Out 
series this year. Send tips to lockedout@sevendaysvt.com.

These stories are supported by 
a grant from the nonprofit 
Journalism Funding Partners, 
which leverages philanthropy and fundraising to boost local reporting.

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