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Are you experiencing financial hardship? CHFA has programs that may help you.
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The Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA) was created in 1969 by the Connecticut Legislature as a self-funded quasi-public housing agency charged with expanding affordable housing opportunities for the state’s low- and moderate-income families and individuals. CHFA has helped nearly 145,000 Connecticut individuals and families become homeowners through its low-interest, single-family mortgage programs. In addition, CHFA has financed the creation of more than 55,000 affordable, quality rental units throughout the state. To date, the combined mortgage financing for CHFA’s single-and multifamily housing programs exceeds $11 billion.
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CHFA Awards $8.83 Million in Federal Tax Credits to Develop Affordable Housing
Tax credits will generate $84 million in private investment in affordable housing supporting the development of 381 unites of family housing in East Hartford, Greenwich, Hartford, New Haven, Torrington, Waterford, and West Hartford.
CHFA Reaching Out To Educate Borrowers Struggling To Make Mortgage Payments During COVID-19 Crisis
The Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA) is reaching out to its single-family and multifamily borrowers, lenders and partners, providing information on financial assistance and federal guidance for those who may struggle to make mortgage payments due to unemployment, underemployment or other financial hardship related to the COVID-19 health crisis.
CHFA Receives $140,723 from HUD to Fund Homebuyer Education, Counseling and Foreclosure Prevention Programs
Programs are provided at no cost HUD-approved counseling agencies.