Is this a subsidized housing program?

No. City law requires private developers to provide a certain number of affordable units within large developments. Neither the City nor the developers provide any subsidy to buyers. However, you may use federal, state, or local government assistance including, but not limited to, Section 8 housing choice vouchers, medical assistance subsidies, rental assistance, or rent supplements.

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1. What is an MPDU?
2. What do you mean by moderately priced housing - is this low income housing?
3. Is this a subsidized housing program?
4. Who qualifies?
5. How do I know if I live in the City of Annapolis
6. Is there a minimum income required to purchase or rent an MPDU?
7. Where can I get an application for the MPDU Program?
8. What must I include with the application?
9. Will you perform a credit check?
10. I do not have a job can I still apply?
11. If I am self-employed, what will you accept in the place of a pay stub?
12. I lost last year's tax return - do you really need it?
13. My last tax return shows more income than I now make. Will this affect my eligibility for the program?
14. I do not receive a paycheck stub. What can I submit instead?
15. When may I apply for a certificate?
16. After a person submits an application for a Certificate of Eligibility, about how long does it take to receive the certificate?
17. How long is a certificate valid? When a certificate expires, can it be renewed?
18. How long do you keep my file?
19. What types of units are available through the MPDU program?
20. Once a Certificate of Eligibility is issued, then what happens?
21. What if I do not want to buy or rent the unit that is offered to me by a builder?
22. If I purchase or rent an MPDU, can I rent it to someone else?
23. Can I come into your office to get more information?