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The Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA) is hosting an overview session for applicants to get general information about the HTCC Program including information regarding the guidelines and rating and ranking. In accordance with Connecticut General Statutes Section 8-395, as amended, and in conjunction with the State Department of Revenue, CHFA is making available $10 million in state tax credits to non-profit applicants that plan to create housing opportunities in the following classifications: Workforce Housing ($1 million), Supportive Housing ($2 million) and Other Housing Opportunities ($7 million). A maximum of $500,000 may be awarded to each successful applicant.
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