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Norwalk, Shelton affordable housing projects receive Fed tax credits

The projects are among seven in the state that will collectively create 439 rental units: 348 designated as affordable and 91 as market rate.

Connecticut Housing Finance Authority sets three bond sales

"In a state like Connecticut, finding an affordable home can be a challenge," said Karl Kilduff, CHFA’s executive director.

CT providing $61.5M in grants and loans to support affordable housing

Municipalities within Fairfield County to receive the funds include Darien, Fairfield, Greenwich and Stamford.

Three Fairfield County towns awarded $400K housing grants

Twenty municipalities are receiving a total of $11.5 million through the federal Community Development Block Grant program administered by the state.

Connecticut Housing Finance Authority gets HUD grant for housing counseling

Programs include education classes and credit counseling for potential homebuyers, and foreclosure prevention counseling.

TD Bank invests $50M in CHFA bond facility

The bond facility will finance mortgages for first-time homeowners and Connecticut residents who have not owned a home in the past three years.

Bridgeport receiving affordable housing funding for Windward Apartments

Bridgeport’s proposed rental housing, Windward Apartments, is the redevelopment of the Marina Village public housing complex.

CT Housing Finance Authority adds new mortgage for first-time homebuyers

The Connecticut Housing Finance Authority's Freddie Mac HFA Advantage loan offers lower mortgage insurance costs.

Brookfield, Bridgeport receiving housing bonds

The bonds are being issued by the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, with RBC Capital Markets serving as the lead underwriter.

Program to improve energy performance in multifamily buildings announced

Users of programs like Benchmark CT typically save nearly 4 percent on energy in the first year, the platform's software provider says.

CHFA raises $158M for homebuyers in bond sale

First-time homebuyers could qualify for a below-market, 30-year mortgage rate as low as 3 percent.

The WorkPlace secures $500K state grant

The WorkPlace Inc. has been awarded a $500,000 state grant to expand its Mortgage Crisis Job Training Program, CEO Joseph Carbone announced Jan. 3.