The research presented in this paper is related to estimating the in-plane stiffness and strength of CLT shearwalls with different connections for platform-framed construction. Finite element analyses (FEA) for CLT shear walls with various types of connectors for wall-to-floor, wall-to-foundation, and wall-to-wall joints were conducted. The CLT panels were modelled using plane-stress shell elements with elastic material properties and the connections were modelled using nonlinear springs. The joints, consisting of traditional steel brackets, hold-downs, and screws connections, were modelled using nonlinear zero-length spring elements with "pinching4" hysteresis properties calibrated from tests. A parametric study was performed on single and coupled CLT shear walls with the variation of the number and types of connectors. The results showed that strength and stiffness increased significantly with the increase in the number of connectors. Placing hold-downs on both sides of the coupled shear walls increased performance-i.e. 43% and 25% increase in strength and stiffness compared to coupled shear walls with hold-downs located at the outer edges only.