Here’s the challenge: how do young families who work in the service industry or entry and mid-level management balance Greater Boston housing costs with a manageable commute to work in the city?
Some Sudanese want to buy or rent a home, but costs can be prohibitive and determining affordability is daunting. SSEF assists families in finding housing by navigating the confusion of affordable housing lists in surrounding communities and by connecting families with other community-based housing initiatives.
Visit SSEF's Housing Resources page for helpful information about affordable housing opportunities, agencies by town, and housing workshops & mentoring.
CURRENT HOUSING OPPORTUNITY
SSEF Housing Committee is excited to share another wonderful affordable housing opportunity!
Located at 978 Worcester Street, Wellesley Place has a two bedroom apartment available on a first come first serve basis for immediate occupancy. Rent is $1,780/mo which includes heat, hot water, water and sewer. Tenants responsible for electricity only. Section 8 or other housing voucher is accepted. If you do not have a Section 8 or other housing voucher the minimum annual income required is $53,400.
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APPLICANT QUALIFICATIONS INCLUDE
Income Limit based on household size
1 person - $56,800
2 person - $64,900
3 person - $73,000
4 person - $81,100
Whichever is higher, .06% or interest/dividends of assets over $5,000 will be added to income in determining income eligibility. Assets under $5,000 the interest/dividend earned will be added to the income.
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CURRENT AFFORDABLE HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES