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Department of Housing, CFHA Surveying Landlords Regarding Impact of COVID

“For Rent” sign hangs in front of a house in Hartford’s West End. Courtesy CTMirror.org (we-ha.com file photo)

Landlords of residential properties are being asked to respond to a survey regarding the impact of COVID-19.


The Connecticut Office of the Governor, Department of Housing, and Connecticut Housing Finance Authority have created a residential landlord survey to better understand the impact that COVID-19 has had on landlords and tenants.

When answering the questions in this survey, please assume that there will be no changes to current law,” the introduction to the survey states. “This means that all programs and policies that have been launched since COVID-19 (by the state or the federal governments) will phase out as scheduled. Please note that these questions refer to the long-term residential rental market, not to short-term rentals.”

Responses must be submitted by Nov. 6, 2020, and will remain confidential.

The survey will take approximately 25 minutes to complete.

Click here to access the survey information.

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