I am a mother of 2, a nurse working endless shifts to stay afloat, recently moved from Maryland to Florida after divorcing and currently struggling staying afloat, I am unable to continue to afford my 1 bedroom apartment in Tampa and need assistance to brake my lease and get a low income apartment in the Brandon FL are witch is close to my work, I am doing everything in my power to make meets ends and just need help making this change, thank you for reading this, hope all your help multiplies back to you.
Most low income apartments have waiting lists. Some of these lists can take years until you can be called for openings. The key is to try to get on as many waiting lists as possible.
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They are based on 30% of the renters adjustable gross income.
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