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Affordable Housing Units Available

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HOMECorp is proud to announce the availability of affordable housing in Talbot Village, their newest housing development in Montclair. Talbot Village will include a total of 6 townhomes, consisting of 4 two-bedroom units and 2 three-bedroom units. Half of each bedroom type will be set aside for low-income households, while the balance will be available to moderate income households.

Qualified Sandy impacted applicants will be given a priority to purchase these affordable homes. After Sandy impacted applicants, applicants who live or work in COAH region 2 (Union, Essex, Warren and Morris Counties) will be given priority. Also, because there are no one-bedroom homes, preference will be given to households with more than one person.

The units feature the following

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  • - Dishwasher
  • - Gas Range
  • - Stackable Washer/Dryer
  • - Energy Star Rated
  • - 2 Parking Spaces Per Unit
  • - Laminate/Tile/Carpet Flooring
  • - Cable ready
  • - Front Porch
  • - Fenced in yard

If you are interested in applying for an affordable home at Talbot Village in Montclair, download an application by clicking on the Preliminary Application; e-mail us at  Montclair@HousingQuest.com; or call us at 609-786-1100, and then press 5 to request an application. The deadline for applications is September 14. If you leave a message by email or phone, please be sure to refer to "Talbot Village" and spell out your contact information. Applications are also available by email at: TalbotVillage@homecorp.org.
Return your completed and signed application by fax (609-786-1105) or mail it directly to:

Piazza & Associates, Inc.
216 Rockingham Row
Princeton Forrestal Village
Princeton, NJ 08540

Within three weeks, you will receive a letter of determination with regard to your preliminary eligibility for the program. A random selection process to determine the priority order of the applications will be held. After that, applications will be processed on a “first-come, first-served” basis.

When a home (of the size and type for which you were prequalified) becomes available, you will be notified in priority order. At that time, HOMECorp will send you the Final Application for Affordable Housing, which will require you to document your income and household membership. Maximum income, homebuyer counseling, ability to obtain financing and other requirements will apply.

For further information about this affordable housing program, please call Piazza & Associates, Inc., at 609-786-1100.

For information regarding the homes that are being developed at Talbot Village and the homebuyer counseling requirement, please, contact HOMECorp at (973)-744-4141 ext. 14.

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