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Victory Gardens, Newington, financed in part by CHFA

Development of Multifamily Affordable Rental Housing

Photo: Victory Gardens, Newington 

Tax Credit
Programs

Tax credits play a vital role in the creation of affordable housing in Connecticut. They raise equity for developments, cover gaps in financing and spur investment in affordable housing. Click on above icon for additional information.

Financing
Products

Whether you’re looking to construct a new development or rehabilitate an existing property, CHFA can help finance your affordable housing project. Click on above icon for additional information.

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Multifamily Interest Rates.

Design and Construction Criteria

The Technical Services Team can provide guidance to Owners, Architects and General Contractors of a development before they apply for CHFA financing or low-income housing tax credits. Click on above icon for additional information.

Consolidated
Application

Use the CHFA and DOH Consolidated Application to apply for a combination of state and federal funds, including mortgages and tax credits. Click on above icon for additional information.

High-quality affordable housing can transform lives and neighborhoods and revitalize entire cities and towns. At CHFA, we work to finance well-planned, well-designed and sustainable affordable housing in Connecticut that will positively impact the lives of residents and the areas where they live. We offer financing for new construction and the rehabilitation of existing buildings. Our goal is to preserve the long-term affordability of housing in Connecticut.
 
If you are new to the affordable housing finance process, contact CHFA. We'll be happy to talk with you about your project.
 
The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2018 permanently establishes income averaging as a third minimum set-aside election for new Housing Credit developments. CHFA is working to understand and incorporate these changes into our processes and documents. More information will be forthcoming.
 
 
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