AFFORDABLE HOUSING LOTTERY
505 COMMON ST, BELMONT, MA
First Units Ready for Move-in Spring 2020
One Studio @ $1,470 • Five 1BRs @ $1,673 • Six 2BRs @ $1,862
*Rents subject to change in 2020. Tenants will pay own Gas & Electricity (Heat, Hot Water, and Cooking are gas). Property pays Water and Sewer.
The Bradford is a 112-unit rental apartment community located in Belmont. Twelve (12) of these apartments will be made available through this application process and rented to households with incomes at or below 80% of the Area Median Income. Each apartment home features wood-style flooring throughout, stainless steel appliances, in-unit washer and dryers as well as quartz countertops in the kitchens. The community offers a wide range of amenities including fire pit areas, a resident lounge, and a private sundeck. For Lottery Information and Applications, or for reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities, go to www.s-e-b.com/lottery or call 617-782-6900 x1 and leave a message. For TTY Services dial 711. Free translation is available. Applications are also available at Belmont Public Library on 336 Concord Ave (M-Th 9-9, Fri-Sa 9-5, Sun 1-5) or the Belmont Town Clerk’s Office on 455 Concord Ave (M:8-7, Tu-Th: 8-4, Fri: 8-12)
MAXIMUM Household Income Limits:
$62,450 (1 person) $71,400 (2 people) $80,300 (3 people) $89,200 (4 people)
A PUBLIC INFO SESSION will be held on March 23rd, 2020 at 6:00 pm in the Assembly Room in the Belmont Public Library (336 Concord Ave, Belmont, MA). Assistance in completing the application is available.
COMPLETED LOTTERY APPLICATIONS must be delivered, or postmarked, by 2 pm on May 4th, 2020. Applications postmarked by the deadline must be received within 5 business days of the deadline.
The Lottery for eligible households will be held at 6:00 pm on May 26th, 2020 in the Assembly Room in the Belmont Public Library (336 Concord Ave).
APPLICATION SCREENING PROCESS BRIEF SUMMARY: Households interested in applying must first complete a Lottery Application and submit it to SEB Housing. If you are eligible for the Affordable Housing Program based on the information you provide in the Lottery Application, you will be entered into the Lottery. The Lottery will establish the Waiting Lists for the Affordable Units. Every household in the lottery will be given a position on the Waiting Lists. The Leasing Office will then use the Waiting Lists to contact the top household on each Waiting List and that household must complete a Lease Application. The Leasing Office staff will work their way down each Waiting List until all 12 units have been reserved. Households with unit reservations will then need to complete an Affordable Housing Certification prior to move-in. The Affordable Housing Certification will require the household with a reservation to provide all income, asset and tax documentation at that time. Please read the Lottery Information Packet provided by SEB or at the Library for more details!
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