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The Intersect: A CHFA Housing Blog

Category: General Blogs, Research

Insight and reflections on the ways housing touches our lives.


What Does The Data Say About Connecticut's Housing Stock?

Apr 12, 2024

By: Andrew Bolger and Kayla Giordano


This past November, we had the privilege of presenting at the Partnership for Strong Communities annual Affordable Housing Conference. With partners from the real estate, advocacy, and home builder industries, our session focused on sharing work from CHFA’s recently published 2023 Housing Needs Assessment (HNA). That one hour conversation covered just a piece of our research.

In a recent post on the Partnership's blog, we expanded on our presentation by bringing you key findings from the HNA including a highlight of gaps in Connecticut’s housing stock and the influencing factors that have shaped the state’s housing market in recent years. 

Click here for the full post. Special thanks to our friends at the Partnership for Strong Communities for the opportunity to share the HNA with their readers!



Andrew Bolger is a Senior Research and Data Analyst in the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority’s Research, Marketing, and Outreach Department. In this role he manages CHFA’s housing database, tracks and analyzes housing market conditions, and evaluates CHFA programs. He received a BA in Economics and Political Science and an MA in Public Policy from the University of Connecticut.

Kayla Giordano is a Senior Program & Data Analyst in the Research Marketing and Outreach department. She holds degrees in Political Science and Economics from Eastern Connecticut State University as well as a MA in Community Development Policy & Practice from the University of New Hampshire.

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