Connecticut Housing Finance Authority CHFA) Information Session

Connecticut Housing Finance Authority CHFA)Information Session on Wednesday, May 31st at 1pm at Ridgefield Library. This event is being sponsored by the Ridgefield Affordable Housing Committee & the Ridgefield Library.

Pat McRedmond is a seasoned mortgage professional who became part of the residential lending team at Fairfield County Bank more than 25 years ago. Pat is a certified Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA) loan specialist that help residents through the CHFA mortgage process and the many benefits that the program offers. In addition, they provide assistance that includes qualified non-mortgage expenses including, but not limited to, real estate taxes and insurance as well as condominium or homeowners' association fees a part of the “Time to Own” program.

CHFA’s Our Mission (What we do) 

Connecticut Housing Finance Authority is a self-funded, quasi-public organization. Its mission is to alleviate the shortage of housing for low- to moderate-income families and persons in this state and, when appropriate, to promote or maintain the economic development of this state through employer-assisted housing efforts. 

CHFA’s Vision

All low-and moderate-income residents in Connecticut have a range of choices where they can live in affordable, safe, quality housing located in environmentally sustainable and economically healthy communities.  

Submitted by Ridgefield, CT

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