Cambridge Crossing – A Planned Community
Welcome home to Simsbury’s newest community of 79 homes to be built by award winning Sunlight Construction. 16 home sites with 2 models to choose from are located throughout the community where household income limits apply. Cambridge Crossing is a thoughtfully planned community which offers low maintenance living, highly energy efficient homes, and the low monthly HOA fee includes grounds maintenance and snow removal. Cambridge Crossing offers public water, public sewers and homes are heated with natural gas.
What is workforce housing?
The Workforce Housing Overlay Zone (WHOZ) is intended to create additional housing opportunities within Simsbury while promoting the appropriate development of Simsbury’s historic Town center and other areas of the community.
For additional information from the Town of Simsbury on workforce housing here is the link
WORKFORCE HOUSING REGULATIONS
What are the income qualifications ?
*guidelines for income qualifications are subject to change and can be found in section 10.N.7 of the Workforce Housing Overlay Zone (WHOZ)
How do I qualify?
White and Katzman, a third party administrator, will make the determination if a buyer qualifies based on information that is submitted in an application.
How do I apply?
Please contact a member of the sales team for an application. The application fee is $250 for each member residing in the household who is 18 years of age and older. White and Katzman is a third party company that will be receiving and processing each application. Once a completed application and payment is received by White and Katzman they will review the application and issue a letter to the applicant and the Cambridge Crossing sales team. The application approval is subject to verification of gross household income for all members of the household over the age of 18.
What financing options are available?
There are many options available to buyers for financing their home purchase. There are options available for down payment assistance subject to the lenders guidelines and their approval. Here are links to two programs
Connecticut Housing Financing Authority
Housing Development Fund