So you’re ready to buy a home in Hartford! At this point, you should have determined how much you can afford to pay and started talking to an agent. You should also consider what area of the city you want to live in; what kind of home you want (single family, condo, two or three family); and the type of community you desire.
This 1891 Victorian home blends modern convenience and historic charm in Hartford’s Asylum Hill Neighborhood. This home features over 1,800 square feet of living space and two floors, with three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths and bonus space on the third floor. Fully modern mechanicals and Energy Star certified.
Over 1,800 square feet of living space
3 bedrooms/2.5 baths
Master bedroom suite
95% efficient gas broiler
Refinished wood floors and carpeting
Bonus space on the third floor
City of Hartford Programs
Find information on Home Buyer programs available in Hartford.
Community Organization Programs
Programs offered through various Community Organizations in Hartford.
Connecticut Housing Investment Fund (CHIF)
CHIF offers several lending programs designed to meet the affordable housing needs of low and moderate income individuals.
Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA)
Over the past 39 years, CHFA has helped more than 117,000 families and individuals purchase their first home.
Hartford Homeownership Incentive Program (HIP)
HIP provides financial incentives to employees of participating corporations who choose to purchase a home in the City of Hartford.