Your gross income is an essential factor to qualifying you for residency in any of our communities. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) sets the income limits. The established maximum annual income limits (per household) are:
All HUD properties (except Starner Hill): $36,400 for one person and $41,600 for two persons
• Starner Hill: $25,500 for one person and $29,150 for two persons
• Tax Credit*: $43,680 for one person and $49,920 for two persons
*Tax Credit Properties also have a minimum annual income to qualify. Our Tax Credit Communities are Everall Gardens, Kessler Park and St. Mark’s Apartments. Housing Choice Vouchers are also accepted.
In HUD properties, residents pay 30% of their adjusted gross income in rent. In tax credit properties, residents’ rent is based on the apartment type regardless of individual income.
An applicant must be 62 years old or older at the time of application to apply to all except at five of Catholic Charities’ buildings. The five buildings that accept non-elderly disabled persons* are: Basilica Place, Coursey Station, DePaul House, Starner Hill and St. Charles House.
*non-elderly disabled persons are persons that qualify for units specifically designed for physically handicapped or mobility impaired persons under the age of 62 years old.
The application must be filled out entirely and accurately. Include all information for each intended tenant and co-tenant. If a section on the application does not apply to your household, write NONE or N/A for that question. All applicants and co-tenants need to sign their full name on the last page of the application.
Supplement To Application For Federally Assisted Housing
As part of your application, you have the right to include information on a contact person. The contact information is for the purpose of identifying a person or organization that may be able to help in resolving issues or provide special care or services to you during your tenancy. Please indicate that you do not wish to list a contact person by placing a check mark in the appropriate box. All forms must be signed and dated.
Return the completed application and Supplement To Application to:
Catholic Charities Senior Communities
2300 B Dulaney Valley Road
Timonium, MD 21093
This application may be refused or rejected solely on the grounds that it is not satisfactorily completed and/or legible, or if any information is found to be false.
What Happens Next?
Your application will be screened by the main office and then forwarded on to the leasing office of the appropriate building(s). You will receive a notification letter from the main office regarding the initial screening of your application.
If you meet the criteria of the initial screening, the building manager will then contact you within 14 days to let you know your status on the waiting list and provide you with additional information about the facility.
An investigative report by a registered Consumer Reporting Agency (CRA) will be conducted on each applicant for credit, rental, criminal and sex offender history. Applicants must meet the established housing criteria set forth in Catholic Charities’ Tenant Selection Plan to be eligible for housing.
Call 667-600-2280 or [email protected] for answers to questions or to apply to any of our communities.
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