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Affordable Housing

Affordable Housing, Reports and Publications, State News
July 14, 2021
The typical renter in Connecticut earns $18.23 per hour, which is $9.37/hour less than the hourly wage needed to afford a modest unit.
Affordable Housing, Reports and Publications
July 14, 2021
New report shows continuous housing cost burden among renters and homeowners, especially for people of color. 
Affordable Housing
July 14, 2021
Over 150 gathered for this conversation on wealth-building through housing policy.
Affordable Housing, Community Development
July 07, 2021
Open Communities Alliance’s new report offers town-level analysis of the impediments to developing multifamily and affordable housing in twelve Connecticut towns.
Affordable Housing, Homelessness, State News
June 10, 2021
Budget for Fiscal Year 2022-2023 Expands and Preserves Resources for Critical Homeless and Affordable Housing Programs
Affordable Housing, State News
May 25, 2021
A new Connecticut Housing Finance Authority NOFA has announced up to $10 million in state tax credits available for the Connecticut Housing Tax Credit Contribution (HTCC) program.
Affordable Housing, State News
May 25, 2021
Comments on the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Qualified Allocation Plan for 2022 and 2023 are due to the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority no later than close of business on May 28, 2021.
Affordable Housing, Homelessness, State News
April 23, 2021
Key Legislative Committees Advance Budget Proposals for Fiscal Year 2022-2023, Expanding and PreservingResources for Critical Homeless and Affordable Housing Programs 
Affordable Housing, Reports and Publications
March 18, 2021
Approximately 64 percent of renters with extremely low incomes in Connecticut are severely cost burdened and at risk of homelessness. 
Affordable Housing
February 22, 2021
This report discusses how changing demographic trends necessitate the creation of additional affordable and accessible apartments for Connecticut's growing senior population.