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please explain Builder's Remedy
is it only one application to be completed with the Administrative Agent? and with that one application the person will be considered for all the lotteries within NJ.. or is it an application per town?
is there an specific link for that application with the Admnistrative Agent?
Hi Yovana, we'll make sure we get to your question during our Q&A session soon.
Here is the link: https://ahpnj.org/member_docs/Income_Limits_2022.pdf
Where do I find when the lotteries open up,in order to submit the application. Please!
Romona Braswell, Certified Peer Support Specialist for Prevention Links Workforce Dept.
Hi Yovana, here is the link to the Housing Resource Center website: https://www.nj.gov/njhrc/find/
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Yes,the slides will be made available
Yes Joya, we'll be sending them out.
Awesome, thank you
Romona Braswell Certified Peer Support Specialist, Prevention Links. email@example.com 121-125 Chestnut St. Roselle, NJ 07203
Yovana Ramirez, Community Liaison/Services SW at Div. of Social Services/Dept. Human Services. Yovana.firstname.lastname@example.org , if I can also receive the pp slides, thank you!
Sasha Barias, Bilingual Case Manager at the YWCA Union County, email@example.com.
Question? Would you know - Are landlords or realtors allowed to run credit reports/score for prospective tenants? isnt't there a legislation that prohibits that? Thanks!
Do re-rentals require conducting a lottery?
What is the likelihood of statewide direct legal representation in landlord-tenant matters. Newark is only 1 of towns in the country that guarantees this.
Hi Yovana, that is permissible.
… 1 of 3 towns nationwide
Hi Kiva, yes, there are lots of conversations about that and other jurisdictions considering right to counsel currently, including Jersey City. Last year, New Jersey created a housing justice project through Rutgers and Seton Hall, but that is still not guaranteed access to counsel. Not sure if this is something the legislature will take up on the state level.