Framingham Housing Authority

This housing agency serves Framingham, Massachusetts.

Waiting List
Closed: Carlson Crossing West, Low Income Housing Tax Credit Other Project Based Waiting List Learn More
Open Until Further Notice: Framingham Housing Authority Public Housing Waiting List Learn More

Closed: Carlson Crossing West, Low Income Housing Tax Credit Other Project Based Waiting List

This waiting list is for Other Project Based rental housing assistance in Framingham, Massachusetts.

The Framingham Housing Authority (FHA) last accepted Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) waiting list applications at Carlson Crossing West Apartments from May 22, 2024 until June 24, 2024. There is no notice when this waiting list will reopen.

This waiting list was for the following property:

  • Carlson Crossing West

Income Qualification

The maximum income limits for each household size were as followed:

  • 1 Person $34,260 | 5 Persons $52,890
  • 2 Persons $39,180 | 6 Persons $56,800
  • 3 Persons $44,070 | 7 Person $60,700
  • 4 Persons $48,950 | 8 Persons $64,620

Preferences

Preferences have not been confirmed.

Selection Process

Selected applicants were placed on the waiting list by random lottery, by order of preferences.

Application Method

There were four apply while the waitlist was open:

  1. Email Maloney Properties to request an application.
  2. Print the paper application.
  3. Call the NCHA to request an application.
  4. Pick up an application from the Framingham Housing Authority.

Once the paper application was completed, it was be either:

  1. Emailed to Maloney Properties.
  2. Mailed to Carlson Crossing West.
  3. Dropped off in person at the Maloney Properties office, or the Drop Box.

For more information, visit the NCHA website.

Sources: This information was verified by the NCHA website on May 22, 2024.

Open Until Further Notice: Framingham Housing Authority Public Housing Waiting List

The Framingham Housing Authority (FHA) is accepting Public Housing waiting list applications for families and senior/disabled individuals from the earliest confirmed open date of February 23, 2024, until further notice.

Preferences

Preferences have not yet been confirmed.

Selection Process

It is not known how applicants will be placed on the waiting list, by order of preferences.

Application Method

There are two ways to apply while the waitlist is open:

  1. Pick up an application at the FHA office, located at 1 John J. Brady Dr., Framingham, MA 01702, during normal office hours.
  2. Print the paper application available on the FHA website.

Once the application has been completed, it must be either: Mailed or Hand delivered to the FHA office, address listed above.

For more information, visit the FHA website.

Sources: This information was verified by the FHA on May 22, 2024.

About The Agency

Framingham Housing Authority provides affordable housing for up to 1,223 low- and moderate-income households through its Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher and public housing programs.

Monday 8:00am-4:00pm
Tuesday 8:00am-4:00pm
Wednesday 8:00am-4:00pm
Thursday 8:00am-4:00pm
Friday 8:00am-4:00pm

1 John J Brady Drive, Framingham, MA

Visit Website(508) 879-7562

Section 8 Application Checklist

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Keep track of everything you need to apply for a Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher in this printable checklist created by Affordable Housing Online

How large is the Framingham Housing Authority?

Framingham Housing Authority serves 1,034 low-income households. The agency manages 1,052 Housing Choice Vouchers and 140 public housing units.

What are the incomes of residents served by the Framingham Housing Authority?

Extremely low-income (ELI) renters, earning less than 30% of Area Median Income (AMI), make up 78 percent of households served by Framingham Housing Authority. Very low-income renters earn less than 50% AMI, and are 95 percent of Framingham Housing Authority households.

How many Framingham Housing Authority residents are employed?

Working adults head 320 households and make up 31 percent of households served by Framingham Housing Authority.

How many female-headed renter households are served by the Framingham Housing Authority?

There are 775 female-headed renter households living in Framingham Housing Authority housing. Households headed by females are 75% of those served by the Framingham Housing Authority.

What racial and ethnic groups are found among Framingham Housing Authority renters?

Black 134
Asian-Pacific Islander 10
White 527
Hispanic 362

How many senior-headed renter households are served by Framingham Housing Authority?

There are 382 households headed by seniors served by the Framingham Housing Authority. Senior households are 37% of households in Framingham Housing Authority housing.

How many households headed by persons with disabilities live in Framingham Housing Authority housing?

There are 330 persons with disabilities living in Framingham Housing Authority housing. Persons with disabilities are the head of 32% of households served by the Framingham Housing Authority.

How does HUD rate the performance of the Framingham Housing Authority?

The Framingham Housing Authority is rated as a high performer by HUD.

HUD rates the performance of Public Housing Agencies. The department looks at physical condition of properties, financial condition, management operations, and use of Public Housing Capital Funds for improvements.

Public Housing Communities Managed by Framingham Housing Authority

Beaver Street

2 John J Brady Dr, Framingham, Massachusetts 01702

payment Subsidized