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The Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA) establishes maximum household income limits on most borrowers eligible for CHFA mortgages.
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Income limits do not apply for borrowers purchasing homes in targeted areas of the state, unless they have secured a down payment assistance second mortgage through another CHFA program.
This rule changed former Rule 1, in effect until January 1, 1967, which provided that the rules applied only to civil proceedings unless the rules or their context indicated otherwise.
In the revised rules, separate articles contain the rules applicable to civil proceedings (articles II and III) and those applicable to criminal proceedings (articles IV and VI).
Certain general provisions (article I) apply to both.
The income limits vary by town and city to correspond with differences in cost of living and median incomes throughout the state.
The income limits also differ between households of less than three residents and households of three or more residents.