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Compliance Reporting and Property Look-up


CHFA is the oversight agency for many affordable housing developments in Connecticut that are obligated to follow the compliance reporting rules of the state or federal programs that helped to finance their acquisition, construction and/or rehabilitation or help to subsidize their operating costs.

Because affordable housing financing programs often vary in their compliance reporting requirements, CHFA has created the following look-up tool to help Owners and Management Agents verify the programs used to finance their housing developments and identify the corresponding compliance reporting rules of those programs.

Check out the links below to learn the requirements of your development.

If you received Housing Tax Credit Contributions (HTCCs) and are looking for compliance guidance, click here to access the applicable HTCC Round Guidelines for the year that you submitted your application.

Compliance Reporting and Property Look-up

Owners and property managers can view the compliance reporting requirements associated with their developments' funding sources and operational subsidies.

Properties in the owner's portfolio may have one or more funding sources/programs and operating subsidies applicable to the properties under CHFA's oversight. If you have additional questions after reviewing an area, please contact the asset manager for the property.

Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program (Section 42 of the Internal Revenue Code)

CHFA Multifamily Mortgage (CHFA Funding Source and Program)

Assisted Living Demonstration Program (Collaborative Program with other agencies)

Supportive Housing Programs (Collaborative Program with other agencies)

Project-Based Section 8 (U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD))

Affordable Housing Program (State-Sponsored Housing Portfolio (SSHP) Funding Program)

Congregate Housing for the Elderly Program (State of Conn. Department of Housing (DOH))

Elderly Housing Program (State-Sponsored Housing Portfolio (SSHP) Funding Program)

Limited Equity Cooperative Program (State-Sponsored Housing Portfolio (SSHP) Funding Program)

Moderate Rental Housing Program (State-Sponsored Housing Portfolio (SSHP) Funding Program)

Mutual Housing Program (State-Sponsored Housing Portfolio (SSHP) Funding Program)

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