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Understand the basic steps to becoming a homeowner.
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CHFA’s Planning, Research, & Evaluation department creates interactive dashboards displaying CHFA investment, housing, and other related data on a regular basis. These dashboards include data on CHFA’s Single Family lending, Multifamily Development, and other housing market and economic trends.
See how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted landlords in Connecticut.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Connecticut, the Office of the Governor, the Department of Housing, the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and other partners conducted a survey of residential landlords. The goal of the survey was to gather information about the financial impact of COVID-19 and the potential for evictions. The results of the survey can be seen in the dashboard below. Specifically, the dashboard examines who responded to survey, the financial impact of the pandemic on landlords, expected changes in collections and evictions in 2020, and an examination of effective policy responses. The survey was closed on May 29, 2020.
This dashboard is designed to provide raw data on the health and stability of Connecticut's housing market. The Connecticut Housing Finance Authority provides financing for first-time homebuyers through its single-family lending products and for affordable multifamily housing development. This data is not only important to our work, but also to our community partners.
This dashboard is designed to provide aggregated quarterly data on the health and stability of Connecticut's housing market. It also includes data that is not otherwise available on a monthly basis, specifically the House Price Index. Quarterly data provides additional perspective to long-term trends in Connecticut and how they may relate to market conditions.
This dashboard details the Federal Housing Finance Agency’s House Price Index (HPI) by State and Metropolitan Area. The HPI is a broad measure of the movement of single-family house prices and serves as a timely, accurate indicator of house price trends at varying geographic levels.
This dashboard explores Connecticut’s housing market and CHFA’s lending in each of the state’s counties and municipalities.