Villages of Moae kuTowns of Moae ku
Towns of Moa'e Ku II
Moa`e Ku II villages are on a new road in Ewa Villages. This is the second of three proposed stages, in which family apartments are divided into four blocks, each of which is centred around a shared garden and property area and conveys an atmosphere of intimacy. Villages are just a few steps away from the Ewa Primary School and the surrounding park.
There is also a brief drive away from shops and other amenities. There is a communal building with a common room and a computer training centre for the population. Open**Vacancy state of 3 Bedrooms1,051 sec $783 - $1,541 (30% - 55% AMI)Waiting list updates every month and is subjecttochange.
For the actual state of the object, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.
Moa' e Ku III villages (Phase 3)
Many thanks for your interest in VILLAGES OF MOA`E KU, Ph. III. We aim to offer the Hawaiian community good value and affordability accommodation in accordance with the Low Income Hoodding Tax Credit Programme, the HUD HOME and the State of Hawaii Renting Hooding Revolving Fund Programme. Moa`e Ku III (Phase 3) villages are on a new road in Ewa Villages.
Villages are just a few steps away from the Ewa Primary School and the surrounding park. There is also a brief drive away from shops and other amenities. In the villages of Moa'e Ku Phase III, see below for downloading doc.
Forgive us for interrupting.
Phase I Ewa Villages (Villages in Moae Ku)
Sixty-four of them. As part of this real estate was financed through the Low-Encome Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) programme, the month' s lease cannot be higher than the highest rents for the area. Homes that earn less than 60% of the area average earnings are eligible for unit with lower rents. It is possible that some lease-outs in this object are not covered by DECO and can therefore be adjusted to higher values than the DECO limit values of the area.
Phase I ("Villages at Moae Ku") of Ewa Villages was partly funded through the "Low Incoming Housing Tax Credit" (LIHTC) programme. Besides the provision of dwellings for low-income homes, this real estate could also comprise some standard commercial entities. Homeowners who earn 60% or less of the Area Median Revenue (AMI) are eligible for selective rentals in LIHTC-financed homes.
Such properties can also be unitized for tenants with even lower revenues, from 60% of total ARMI up to 30% ARMI. In fact, it is possible that all sessions are reserved for people on very low wages (up to 15% of AMI). In other words, the same quantity can be rented for different sums depending on the tenant's earnings.
Determining revenue and rental thresholds for decent living can be complicated if more than one government programme is used. In order to be sure that you are qualified, you must go directly to the real estate.