First Time Homebuyer Programs in Connecticut
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Some of the key features of Homeownership Program is its fairly low interest rate which is equivalent to Interest rate: 3.250%** (APR range 3.35 - 3.75%), and its reasonable fixed mortgage repayment plan that could last up to 30 years.

In order to be deemed eligible to submit an application under the program, a borrower must satisfy the following eligibility requirements:

1) First time homebuyers tenants who meet the minimum credit, income, and employment criteria

2) Tenants who are presently receiving assistance under the Section 8 Rental Assistance Program, the Department of Developmental Services or the State Moderate Rental Program

3) Tenants residing in properties managed by the CHFA or a municipal housing authority

4) Tenants residing in CHFA-financed rental properties

5) Tenants residing in HUD-subsidized housing

In addition, the types of properties that covered under the Homeownership Program are limited to the following:

1) Existing and new single-family homes, townhouses and Planned Unit Developments

2) Newly built homes that meet the energy efficiency standards that are set by the Federal Housing Authority

3) Condominiums that are approved by the CHFA

4) Two- to four-family homes which have been utilized as residences for the past five years or newly constructed two-family homes that is located in a Targeted Area

5) Selected mobile homes that meet the criteria of the CHFA.

If you are an interested borrower and you wish to find out more about this progra, you can visit CHFA's official website at www.chfa.org.

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