The rent bank program will now provide up to $3,500, up from $1,200, over an 18-month period to families facing eviction.
Here’s where five of CT’s major housing bills stand this session
The bills aimed to address affordability amid rising housing costs, but as the legislature nears adjournment, their fate is uncertain.
As $600 weekly unemployment benefits end, a wave of evictions is expected in CT
The federal moratorium on evictions is also ending Friday, and state protections lapse soon after.
Tenants are given 60-day grace period to pay rent
The new rule applies to those who have lost income due to the COVID-19 shutdown.
Connecticut rental housing is among nation’s least affordable
Connecticut renters face one of the least affordable housing markets in the country, a new report says, and the state’s low-income renters face an especially difficult challenge in affording a place to live.
Gap between buying and renting a home in CT widens
WASHINGTON — The median cost of keeping a roof over one’s head in Connecticut has been coming down in recent years for homeowners but rising for renters, widening an affordability gap between those who own their homes and those who don’t.