A new report says Connecticut is short more than 86,000 rental units for residents in the 0%-30% area median income.
A court battle over a landlord’s alleged theft offers a glimpse into how internationally backed real estate deals take shape.
Once criticized by landlords and tenants, the Biden administration now hails Connecticut’s rental assistant process as a model of success.
Connecticut legislators must decide soon whether to act to protect tens of thousands of at-risk renters.
Before the federal order was reinstated Wednesday, Connecticut judges signed a surge of orders removing tenants from their homes.
Last week marked the.third consecutive week of increases in applications approved and dollars paid for pandemic rental relief in Connecticut.
Gov. Ned Lamont is allowing the evictions moratorium to lapse — while slowing them to buy time for relief payments.
Only 2,921 payments have been by UniteCT, a COVID assistance program criticized as overly complicated and technically flawed.
Advocates say some towns, like Branford, favor elderly complexes as a way to prevent construction of affordable housing for families.
Officials voted to allow multi-family housing on a sliver of Woodbridge — provided such projects get prior approval.
The legislation, which nudges towns to loosen restrictive zoning policies, now heads to the governor’s desk.
The vote anticipates a wave of evictions that could come as pandemic-inspired state and federal moratoriums are lifted.
The Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities report links zoning segregation with the deadly impact of COVID on minority communities.
Legislation aimed at tackling Connecticut’s housing segregation was significantly scaled back before the House approved it Thursday.
Zoning officials in Woodbridge seem unlikely to allow developers to build multi-unit dwellings without permission.