How long will it be before I get called?
Nothing new has been approved and/or under construction. Based on past history, we get 911 resale requests yearly. 75% of these units are certified as senior citizen units only (62 + older) or one-bedroom moderate units. It’s infrequent that we get in a 2 or 3-bedroom low household resale. This type of home is the most commonly requested.

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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?