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Old 02-01-2019, 09:26 AM
 
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Moving into the area for work. Entry level managerial pain right now so I'll be right around the restricted level. I'd like to get a few thoughts on the "best " income restricted or income based properties. Somewhere clean with decent amenities. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thank you.
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Where is your job and will commuting be a factor?

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Manager is entry level?
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Moving into the area for work. Entry level managerial pain right now so I'll be right around the restricted level. I'd like to get a few thoughts on the "best " income restricted or income based properties. Somewhere clean with decent amenities. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thank you.
Income restricted is an interesting phrase. There are easily a couple dozen different complexes in Cos that are "income restricted". However, and this is where I'm a bit fuzzy, where is the overlap between "income restricted", section 8, and HUD vouchers and how are each determined and allocated? If these are all similar and utilized in the same way, then I'm afraid you are in for a disappointment.

Section 8 housing in Cos has a waiting list several years long to get on it, never mind actually finding a place to live in and then getting the funding to live there. not sure about HUD,nor income restrictions. I'd certainly recommend a broad search of the items in question and initiate a conversation with various housing authorities to see if what you think you are looking aligns with what is offered and if it is available. Once you know that, then you can dive into what constitutes "best."
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