The Southeastern Connecticut Housing Alliance facilitates the creation of affordable housing via distributing information to both private and public sectors. The information contained under Resources provides documents, web site links, contact information, and more to assist developers and towns with affordable housing information to aid in the development process.
The Southeastern CT Housing Alliance is an affordable housing advocacy organization staffed by a Director who can provide consulting services on a case by case basis and who has the experience that will make it possible for builders, developers, property owners etc. to evaluate potential housing development, analyze real estate development feasibility, and the best use of your site in any Connecticut market so that informed decisions can be made. Services may also include community outreach, and other due diligence work which is necessary for project completion. Services are designed to benefit builders, developers, lenders, investors, attorneys, realtors, and other real estate market participants, as well as, municipalities.
You may contact Nancy MacMillan to learn more about this valuable service:
Cell: 203-536-9856; or Office: 860-204-9050; or via Email; or E-Mail
Resources for Developers
This section is helpful to developers of affordable housing as they navigate through the development process. This page includes resources, documents, website links, a chance to submit your housing story for publication, and a chance to submit information about your project.
Resources for Towns
This section is helpful to Chief Elected Officials, Municipality Leaders, Zoning Officials, Planners, and those involved with affordable and workforce housing wihin their town. Useful resources include documents, incentive housing zone program information, website links, and a chance to add a project in your town.
Additional resources include:
Emergency Housing Resources
Searching for Housing
Affordable Housing Facts
Myths and Realities about Affordable Housing
2011 CERC Telephone Survey – Housing Opinion Poll
Stay Infomed Request Page