The Royal Grant is an affordable/subsidized community housing for families.
The term "subsidized housing" means that the rent depends on income.
A resident of the municipality pays about 30% of his income as rent.
The rest of the income is paid in the form of a grant if a resident qualifies for a grant, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), one of the United States. The government agency will pay the rest of the rent.
There are 61 one-bedroom apartments and 95 two-bedroom apartments with 13 three-story vinyl loft-style buildings.
Non-smoking and animal-friendly community.
The two-bedroom apartment includes:
Refurbished kitchen and bathroom
Large recessed cabinets
Energy-efficient equipment and lighting
Internet and cable availability
Treatments for windows
Laundry on site
Separate internal mailboxes
Blocked entry access system
Common room with Wi-Fi and computer centre
Picnic area for on-site maintenance
Illuminated car park
Comfortable with public transport
More apartments today have queues.
This apartment accepts HUD subsidies.
For HUD subsidized apartments, if you qualify for low income housing and they have available apartments, rent is based on 30% of your Adjusted Gross Income.
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