Apr 21, 2023
We unpack what we’re seeing in the single and multifamily markets, what might be preventing potential homebuyers from getting a mortgage, and how renters can start saving.
Feb 06, 2023
As we enter a new year, The Intersect brings you a rundown of the most important trends from 2022 and shares forecasts of what is to come for the housing industry in 2023.
Sep 09, 2022
We reflect on the first six months of the year and provide a peek into what’s to come for Connecticut’s economy and housing landscape.
Aug 03, 2022
From dashboards and impact maps to in-depth housing market analysis, here is a sample of just some of the information available at your fingertips on CHFA’s website.
May 24, 2022
With the first quarter behind us, the Intersect is back to bring you CHFA’s Quarterly Housing Market Rundown. In this issue we provide an update on Connecticut rental markets and discuss the frenzied single-family market as we enter peak homebuying season.
Apr 19, 2022
Rising energy costs and an aging housing stock pose significant risks to affordability, especially among CT's low-income renters. We examine some of the root causes, and what is being done to address these issues.
Feb 08, 2022
We draw from staff and industry experts to provide market forecasts and analysis that will keep you up to date on the latest news and trends in Connecticut housing.
Dec 28, 2021
With the season of giving upon us, we're spotlighting the spirit of generosity that the CHFA team brings with them to work every day.
Oct 27, 2021
The pandemic has put tremendous pressure on thousands of CT homeowners, struggling to keep up with mortgage payments, property taxes, and other housing-related costs. Who has been most affected? And what resources are available to help?
Sep 24, 2021
Purchasing a starter home has become more difficult for many in Connecticut. But what is a "starter home?" And why aren't enough being built?
Aug 10, 2021
Once vital to achieving the American Dream of homeownership, starter homes are quickly becoming a thing of the past. We'll take a look at why, and what can be done about it.