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for Developers, Owners and Management Agents

Resources

Overview

The Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA) has compiled the following list of agencies and organizations that provide useful information and resources to Developers, Owners and Management Agents of affordable multifamily housing developments in Connecticut.  

(See, State Agencies or Federal Agencies, for a complete, alphabetical listing of all government agencies.)        


 

Department of Housing, CT (DOH)

Economic & Community Development, CT Department of (DECD)

The Department of Housing and the Department of Economic and Community Development provide resources and programs to assist multifamily housing developments in Connecticut.  Below is a list of important links for Owners and Management Agents.  


 

Energy Conservation

Look into rebates, low-interest financing and other useful information if you are a Management Agent or Owner looking to conserve energy at your multifamily housing development.    


 

Fair Housing

Make sure your multifamily housing development complies with state and federal fair housing laws.  Follow the links below to learn more.  


 

Funding Sources

Look for sources of low-interest loans and/or grants for capital improvements to your multifamily housing development through one of the non-profit organizations and/or state and federal programs listed below.  

Please note: Eligibility may depend on program requirements.  Be sure to check with your Asset Manager.    


 

Grant Sources

Find out what grants your affordable housing multifamily development might qualify for through one of the non-profit organizations and/or federal government programs listed below.  

Please note: Eligibility may depend on program requirements.  Be sure to check with your Asset Manager.    


 

Housing Agencies/ Authorities

Follow these links to find lists of state and national housing agencies as well as information on the state insurance program for Local Housing Authorities.  


 

Housing and Urban Development, Department of (HUD)

Many multifamily housing developments are required to follow Housing and Urban Development (HUD) guidelines and/or utilize HUD standards.  Below is a list of frequently used resources within the HUD website.

HUD Website
www.HUD.gov    


 

Housing Tax Credit Contribution (HTCC) Statute 

CHFA administers the Housing Tax Credit Contribution (HTCC) Program for the state of Connecticut.  Click on the link below to search for the Statute.  Type ‘8-395’ in the Section Number box and hit the Search button.  Click CHAP138G.HTG to open the Statute. 


 

Interest Rates – Security Deposits

Learn the current interest rates of your CHFA-held rental security deposits by following this link.  


 

Landlord/Tenant Laws (Connecticut)

Locate resources connected with Connecticut’s Landlord Tenant statutes by following this link.   www.jud.ct.gov/lawlib/Law/landlord.htm    


 

Low Income Housing Tax Credit

CHFA has retained Spectrum Enterprises, Inc. to monitor compliance for the federal Low Income Housing Tax Credit program.  If your multifamily development received LIHTC tax credits, contact Spectrum directly for assistance.    


 

Professional Organizations

Find important information and available resources and services for your multifamily housing development by contacting one of the professional organizations listed below.  


 

Spectrum

CHFA has retained Spectrum Enterprises, Inc. to monitor compliance for the federal Low Income Housing Tax Credit program.  If your multifamily housing development received LIHTC tax credits, contact Spectrum directly for assistance


 

State of Connecticut Department of Labor  

The Department of Labor provides business and labor information and services.  The following links may be useful to developers and owners.  


 

United States Dept. of Labor