Think your income is too high to qualify for affordable housing?
Think your income is too high to qualify for affordable housing?

Think Again!


It’s a common misperception…“My income is too high for affordable housing.” But the truth is, if your annual income is $42,000 or less*, you could enjoy life in one of the seventeen income-qualified Devon communities in towns and villages throughout the Hudson Valley. And those 55+ earning up to $70,000 are eligible for a limited number of units available in Warwick, New Windsor and Matamoras.

Devon provides housing options for all age groups with new, spacious 1, 2, or 3-bedroom homes for rent in communities that emphasize quality, safety and convenience at affordable rents.

 

You have questions. We have answers!

Q: How do I find out if I qualify for a home in a Devon community?

A: Your household must meet the income requirements set by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Have a brief conversation with us, and we’ll tell you if you’re within the approved range.

*Household gross earnings includes salary, hourly wages, tips, social security, child support, and other income for all household members.

Q: How would my rent be determined?

A: It depends on the combined income of everyone living with you, so ask us. Rents range from $300 to $980/month, depending on the size of the home.

Q: How is this type of Devon home different from subsidized housing? Is this the same thing as Section 8 Housing?

A: There are different tiers of Devon housing based on income levels. And although we do accept Section 8 vouchers from qualified prospects, Devon Communities are not Section 8 project-based.

It’s easy to find out if you qualify for Devon housing – just ask us!

To learn more about our prices and approval process, give us a no-obligation call at 845-986-6701, or click here for an application.