Resources

Connecticut Fair Housing Center

www.ctfairhousing.org

(860) 247-4400

Do you know what housing discrimination looks like?  Housing discrimination is illegal!  

Know your rights.  Click here for more information

 

National Association of Realtors

www.nar.realtor 

Code of Ethics

      Duties to Clients and Customers:  Click here for Articles 1 - 9

      Duties to the Public:  Click here for Articles 10 - 14

 

Connecticut Department of Public Health 

www.ct.gov/dph 

Lead Paint - Click to open and download the "Protect Your Family from Lead in Your Home" brochure. 

 

Connecticut Economic Resources Center (CERC)

 www.cerc.com

The CERC Town Profiles are two-page summaries for each of the 169 municipalities in Connecticut.  They include Demographics, Economics, Education, Government, Housing/Real Estate, Labor Force and Other Information.

For education/school information, click here and then click on interested town/city. 

 

Assisted Living Research Institute 

 https://www.assistedliving.org/senior-housing/

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 20% of Americans will be older than 65 by 2030. Old age is a delicate period; older adults require comfort and care to lead healthy lives. It is beneficial to consider their preference and individual needs. Deciding on what kind of care your elderly loved one needs can be a difficult and overwhelming task.

For this reason, the Assisted Living Research Institute came up with a resource to help seniors and their families explore the different options available to them. They outlined every alternative to help them decide the best one, so they can continue living a well-rounded life. You can view the guide here: https://www.assistedliving.org/senior-housing/.