How do I know if I qualify for affordable housing?
Check COAH’s Affordable Housing Regional Income Limit Guide for Morris County. The Council of Affordable Housing releases the regional income limits for the entire state by income and family size. If your total income is over the number indicated, you go up to the next category. If you are over the moderate-income category then you do not qualify for affordable housing.

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1. How do I know if I qualify for affordable housing?
2. Can you tell me what number I am on the waiting list?
3. How long will it be before I get called?
4. Once you own a single-family condo, are we required to continue to be monitored by Township Housing to maintain income qualified certification after closing?
5. With households filing taxes through e-filing, we are having trouble getting copies of tax returns. How can we get copies of e-filed tax returns?
6. Are there any potential issues with selling or renting to a separated family that has a divorce pending?
7. How can income eligibility be established for someone that may have been out of work for two years, but had a job during the most recent tax year?
8. An applicant household has a daughter that has room and board at her college. Can they request a unit that is large enough for her to have a bedroom when she is at home?
9. What do I need to know if I am interested in selling my single-family affordable housing unit?
10. If an owner of an affordable unit receives a bid on their home from random selection and is for less than the maximum resale price, must the seller accept this price?
11. How is a resale price calculated?
12. If I am successful in obtaining a resale unit, how long is the home deed restricted for?