This program pays part of a qualifying very low income household's rent in a private-market apartment. The amount paid is determined by the household's income and rent. This program is available only to households whose income is less than one-half the region's median.
East Brunswick Community Housing Corporation (EBCHC) is a private, non-profit corporation whose purpose is to provide affordable housing for low-and very low-income households who would otherwise not be able to secure decent housing in East Brunswick.
If you are facing foreclosure and want the assistance of a housing counselor, search the list of HUD-approved housing counseling agencies that are available to you free of charge as part of President Obama's comprehensive Homeowner Affordability and Stability Plan (HASP).
This program makes loans to eligible homeowners to have essential repairs carried out by private contractors. The loan does not have to be repaid until the property is eventually transferred to new ownership; there is no monthly payment.
Learn about the 17 different types of housing options for seniors, including adult family care; adult retirement communities; affordable/subsidized housing; assisted living residences; boarding homes; comprehensive personal care homes; congregate apartment housing; continuing care retirement communities; elder cottage housing opportunities; home sharing; mobile parks; multi-level facilities; nursing homes; residential health care facilities; shared living residences; and subsidized apartments for the elderly.
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