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for Owners and Management Agents

Compliance and Reporting

The Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA) is the oversight agency for many affordable housing developments in Connecticut that are obligated to follow the compliance and reporting rules of the state or federal programs that helped to finance their acquisition, construction and/or rehabilitation or help to subsidize their operating costs.

Because affordable housing financing programs often vary in their compliance and reporting requirements, CHFA has created the following look-up tools to help Owners and Management Agents verify the programs used to finance their housing developments and identify the corresponding reporting and compliance rules of those programs. 

Check out the links below to learn the requirements of your development.

 

Compliance and Reporting Look-up Tool

Owners and Management Agents can view the compliance and reporting requirements associated with their developments' funding sources and operational subsidies by completing the following three steps:

  1. Select the city/town where the development is located:
  2. Select the name of the development:


  • All Affordable Housing Funding Sources and Operational Subsidies

The following is a list of all potential funding sources and operational subsidies that developers and owners may use in the creation and operation of affordable rental housing in Connecticut. Click on the source/subsidy names below to learn more about their compliance and reporting requirements.

Funding Sources
Affordable Housing Program
The Affordable Housing Program makes loans and/or grants to eligible developers of affordable rental housing.

Assisted Living Demonstration Program
The Assisted Living Demonstration Program provides rental housing to elders in Connecticut who are able to retain their independence with daily health and personal care support services.

CHFA Multifamily Mortgages
CHFA Multifamily Mortgages provide financing for the construction or rehabilitation of affordable rental developments in Connecticut at below market interest rates.

Congregate Housing for the Elderly Program
The Congregate Housing for the Elderly Program makes loans and/or grants to eligible developers of affordable congregate housing for the frail elderly.

Elderly Housing Program
The Elderly Housing Program makes loans and/or grants to eligible developers of affordable elderly housing.

Housing for the Homeless Program
The Housing for the Homeless Program provides financial assistance to eligible developers of affordable housing for homeless persons and families in need of transitional housing.

Limited Equity Cooperatives Program
The Limited Equity Cooperatives Program makes loans and/or grants to eligible sponsors of affordable cooperative housing.

Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program
The federal Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program enables developers to raise equity and achieve financial feasibility for their affordable housing development.

Moderate Rental Housing Program
The Moderate Rental Housing Program makes loans and/or grants to eligible sponsors of affordable rental housing.

Mutual Housing Program
The Mutual Housing Program makes loans and/or grants to eligible developers of low-to-moderate income housing.

Project-Based Section 8 Program
The federal "Section 8" program provides rental subsidies on behalf of eligible tenants living in eligible affordable housing developments.

Supportive Housing Programs
Supportive Housing programs provide mortgage financing for service-supported affordable housing for Connecticut individuals and families who experience persistent homelessness or are at risk of becoming homeless.

Funding Sources