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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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Tax credits will provide financing for more than 786 units of affordable housing, fund loan program
The Connecticut Housing Finance Authority has awarded $10.9 million from the State Housing Tax Credit Contribution (HTCC) program to non-profit developers of affordable housing and non-profit housing loan programs n Connecticut.
Qualified Allocation Plan Approved, The Guide To Future Federal Low Income Housing Tax Credit Allocation
Governor Ned Lamont and Seila Mosquera-Bruno, Commissioner of the Department of Housing and Board Chairwoman of the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA), announced the adoption of the 2022-2023 Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP).
CHFA Offers New Refi Loan And Relaunches Its Purchase Program For Mobile Manufactured Homes
The Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA) has added a refinance loan program for owners of mobile manufactured homes (MMH) and has relaunched its MMH purchase loan program.