For information about affordable housing opportunities in New Milford, please visit: Affordable Homes New Jersey On this website, you will be able to: • Complete a preliminary application • Join waiting lists • Find out about other affordable housing opportunities • Search our FAQ database • Review income guidelines
One of the new resources in Bergen County’s Administration building is the “housing Navigator” on the Second floor in Senior Services. You can check out the"NAVIGATOR NOTES" ( Navigator Notes is a service for seniors (over age 60) or permanently disabled folks ) and get the latest updated housing wait list openings and more resources for Bergen county! Click here to check out the December 2019 edition of notes.
Contact the County's Senior Services by calling 201-336-7400 or email them here.
Affordable Homes NJ—CGP&H
101 Interchange Plaza, Suite 301
Cranbury, NJ 08512
**Note: while this company encourages the use of email and on-line applications for the best results, they do provide a phone number to call if someone does not have email. It is 609-664-2769 Ext 5. Leave a detailed message with name, phone number, address and reason for the call. They warn that they have a very high daily call volume, and may not get back quickly.
To sign up for their newsletter, look at their lists of properties or download applications:
Piazza & Associates
Princeton Forrestal Village
216 Rockingham Row
Princeton, NJ 08540
To sign up to be notified of future available properties (stay connected), and for info on tenant selection process:
Bergen County’s United Way/Madeline Corp
6 Forest Ave., Suite 220
Paramus, NJ 07652
To look at list of their properties:
One Brewery Park
1301 N. 31st St, Philadelphia, PA 19121
To look at their list of properties:
Regan Development Corp.
1055 Saw Mill River Rd
Ardsley, NY 10502
AFFORDABLE HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES
Greater Bergen Community Action
392 Main Street,
Hackensack NJ 07601
Community Housing in Partnership (CHIP), founded in 1989, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, certified by the State of New Jersey as a Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO).CHIP provides affordable housing for low and moderate income persons, first-time homebuyers, and individuals with special needs by constructing and renovating residences for multiple dwelling unit rentals and for single family ownership.
Housing Authorities in Bergen County
Note: waiting lists for many of their properties could be closed at any given time.
Housing Authority of Bergen County
One Bergen County Plaza, 2nd floor
Cliffside Park Housing Authority
500 A Gorge Road
Cliffside Park, NJ 07010
Edgewater Housing Authority
300 Undercliff Ave
Edgewater, NJ 07020
Englewood Housing Authority
111 West Street
Englewood, NJ 07631
Fort Lee Housing Authority
1403 Teresa Dr. Suite FLHA
Fort Lee, NJ 07605
Garfield Housing Authority
71 Daniel P Conte Ct.
Garfield, NJ 07026
Hackensack Housing Authority
65 First St
Hackensack, NJ 07601
Lodi Housing Authority
50 Brookside Ave
Lodi, NJ 07644
HELPFUL LINKS FOR AFFORDABLE APARTMENT SEARCH (OR ROOMS TO RENT IN HOMES)
The following are links to websites where you can input your own search criteria to look for available apartments/rooms in your price range and location of your choice. These listings are not exclusively subsidized or public housing, but include affordable and market rate units. NOTE: some of these websites may require a fee—be aware and make sure you read the instructions on the websites carefully before proceeding.
New Jersey Housing Resource Center
Women's Rights and Information Center in Englewood has a Shared Housing Program. Shared Housing is a simple idea: a homeowner offers accommodation in their home or apartment to an individual looking for housing in exchange for an agreed upon level of support in the form of financial exchange, assistance with household tasks, or both. Shared Housing benefits include reduced financial burden (and therefore an opportunity to increase savings as well as keep one’s home), sharing of household tasks, companionship possibilities, and more. For further information please contact Women's Rights directly.