|Safe and Affordable Housing Initiatives|
The City of
As a result of this commitment, the City of
In addition, the Office provides financial resources, in the form of low-cost fixed rate loans, to low-to-moderate income homeowners and owners of affordable rental units to facilitate improvements to their properties and simultaneously providing decent housing and improving the quality of life of those involved.
In general, all of the Programs administered by the Office of Housing & Community Development require the housing unit receiving assistance to meet income eligibility requirements. Additional Program specific requirements will be reviewed under the Program descriptions to follow.
Income eligibility is determined by the household size of the individual housing unit(s) receiving assistance. Household income is calculated by using current gross income from all sources from all occupants of the unit 18-yrs of age and older. Sources of income includes but is not limited to salaries, wages, pensions, interest & dividend income, public assistance, Social Security Benefits, alimony, child support, and all other sources of direct income.
Household is defined as all persons who occupy a housing unit. Occupants may be a single family, one person living alone, two or more families living together or any other group of related or unrelated persons who share living arrangements.
Owner-occupied homeowner(s) and tenant(s) may earn no more than:
Household income is calculated by the aggregate of all persons over the age of 18 residing in the residence at the time of application. Certain exceptions apply.
City of Warwick Housing Programs: