When, and how, are properties available for resale?

All of Princeton’s resales units are occupied by homeowners. The length of the wait time is dependent upon a homeowner’s decision to move. Princeton uses a random selection process to ensure that its program is an Equal Housing Opportunity.

Available Properties

When a property becomes available, Princeton sends out notification letters, at the same date and time, to those applicants on the waitlist who are household-size and income-appropriate to the property being offered. Availability is also posted on the Princeton website. Applicants are required to respond immediately to the notification by calling the Affordable Housing office to leave a message on the voice mail system. Interviews are scheduled in the order in which the calls were received.

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1. ¿Cómo son las restricciones en escrito y normas y las leyes vigentes?
2. ¿Tienen las propiedades restricciones?
3. ¿Cuándo y cómo, son propiedades disponibles para la reventa?
4. ¿Cómo se determina el precio de compra?
5. ¿Cuáles son los criterios para la calificación de compra?
6. ¿Cuáles son los criterios de elegibilidad?
7. Preguntas frecuentes acerca del Programa de Compras del Municipio?
8. How are the deed restrictions and rules and regulations enforced?
9. Are Princeton’s affordable housing properties deed restricted?
10. When, and how, are properties available for resale?
11. How is the purchase price determined?
12. What are the criteria for qualification to purchase?
13. What are the criteria for eligibility?