William Booth Gardens, located at 123 SW Cloverleaf Pl in High Point, has one bedroom apartments. William Booth Gardens participates in the Section 202 Supportive Housing for the Elderly program.
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William Booth Garden - a private setting, with city conveniences designed with seniors in mind. Convenient to public transportation and located within minutes from downtown High Point.
The property consists of one bedroom, one bath apartments with accessible units available for the elderly handicapped. Each apartment is fully carpeted and features energy efficient heat and air conditioning, modern kitchen appliances, smoke detectors and an emergency call system. The residents enjoy an on-site library, craft area, community room, large patio area, gazebo and sitting areas and electronic intercom system.
Since this property was built or renovated using funding from HUD's Section 202 Supportive Housing for the Elderly program, residency is usually restricted to households earning 50% of the Area Median Income (AMI) or less with at least one member age 62 years or older. Tenants pay rent based on household income. This rent is usually the highest of the following three amounts: either 30% adjusted monthly income, or 10% unadjusted monthly income, or, if receiving welfare assistance, the housing costs portion of this assistance.
Generally, households earning up to the income limit in the table below for their household size are eligible for units participating in a HUD rental assistance program in High Point but actual income limits may differ for units at William Booth Gardens.
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These general income qualifications for High Point, North Carolina should only be used as a basic guide. To find out if you qualify, contact the community directly.
You can usually make up to 80% of the Area Median Income (AMI) to be eligible for a HUD-Assisted Housing unit, but income qualification tiers for this community may be different due to various policies.
William Booth Gardens receives rental subsidies through HUD-Assisted Housing for some or all of its apartments. Some units may be designated as market rate housing. Market rate units would have no subsidies or income restrictions.
William Booth Gardens is managed by Community Management Corporation.