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Understand the basic steps to becoming a homeowner.
Are you experiencing financial hardship? CHFA has programs that may help you.
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As required under CGS § 1-123(a) CHFA is annually required to submit an Annual Report to the Governor and Auditor of Public Accounts. CHFA’s Annual Report lists all bond issues, a list of all project financed by CHFA, a list of all outside firms receiving in excess of five thousand dollar in exchange for services, a complete set of financial statements, the cumulative value of all bonds issued, the affirmative action policy statement, and a description of planned activities for the current fiscal year.
In 2018, CHFA funded $499 million in singlefamily mortgages and $61 million in affordable multifamily housing developments.
In 2018, CHFA invested more than $570 million in single-family homeownership, providing mortgages to 3,206 first time homebuyers. Of those borrowers 1,167 utilized CHFA’s Downpayment Assistance (DAP) Program. The average age, monthly payment, and mortgage amount in 2018 were 35, $834, and $178,997 respectively. Through the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC), in 2018 CHFA supported the renovation, preservation, or construction of 847 affordable rental units. For a full description of CHFA’s activities, read CHFA’s 2018 Annual Report.