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Rental Opportunities

General

   

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At least one (1) of the household members on the rental agreement is required to be a Tribal member. Applicants shall have a maximum debt-to-income ratio of fifty percent (50%).  For purposes of calculating income for the debt-to-income ratio, the Comprehensive Housing Division:

May not include child support payments;
May not include education grants/scholarships;
May not include medical bills; and
Shall include per capita payments to the extent that receipt of per capita payment may be verified for each of the five (5) years prior to rental application.

Elder Apartments:
At least one (1) of the tenants named in the rental agreement is required to be a Tribal member fifty-five (55) years of age or older. Applicants must demonstrate that they can meet the financial requirements of the rental agreement, including the use of financial assistance.

Next Steps

Universal Rental Application
Once the application has been completed, please include four (4) recent check stubs, a copy of your WI ID(s), tribal ID(s), and Social Security Card(s) for each adult member in the household, you can drop that off at Bay Bank located at 2555 Packerland Drive between the hours of 8:30am and 5:00pm in the lobby.  Please see flyer for instructions.

Resources:

Landlord-Tenant Law

Rule-1-General Rental Program

Rule-3-Elder-Rental-Program

Income Based

Rental Program

Native American Housing Assistance and Self Determination Act (NAHASDA), eligibility for an income-based rental, the    household must qualify as low income at the time of initial occupancy. To qualify as low-income, applicants’ household income may not exceed eighty percent (80%) of the gross annual income based on Outagamie County income guidelines.  Gross annual income is all income from any and all sources of income from all adult members of the household anticipated to be received in an upcoming twelve (12) month period. Must have a minimum income of $650 a month.

Rent To Own Program

The income-based Rent To Own program is to offer Tribal members homeownership  opportunities without requiring credit checks or a down payments which offers payment plans that may include federal subsidy, it’s free of interest, and with payment amounts based on household income. In order to be eligible there must be a   minimum of one (1) minor in the household composition that is a full-time dependent of a head of household at the time of application. For an income-based rent-to-own agreement, the household must qualify as low income at the time of initial occupancy. The household income may not exceed eighty percent (80%) of the gross annual income based on Outagamie County income guidelines.  Must make a minimum of $30,000 annually.

Next Steps

Complete the attached application documents.  If you have any questions about the application our Residential Outreach Coordinator can assist you. 

CHD Rental Application_Income Based

Resources:

Landlord-Tenant Law

Rule-2-Income-Based-Rental-Program

Rule-4-Income-Based Rent-to-Own-Program-Rule

HUD VASH

The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) made available grant funding to the Oneida Nation to provide rental assistance and supportive services to twenty (20) Native American Veterans who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness. 

Veterans wishing to participate in the Tribal HUD VASH (THV) program shall first interview with the VA Program Coordinator for a one-on-one consultation. An assessment will be given based on a point system. 

VA eligibility screening criteria:

  1. Eligible for VA health care.
  2. Determination of homeless or at-risk of homelessness.
  3. A clinical need for case management services.
  4. Veteran’s agreement to participate in VA case management.

The VA Program Coordinator will then refer the Veteran to the Comprehensive Housing Division. Each applicant is required to supply the requested information and attest to the accuracy of the supplied information on the Comprehensive Housing Division THV application form.

The Veteran is required to be an enrolled tribal member of a Federally Recognized Tribe.  Comprehensive Housing Division staff shall verify enrollment status by either requiring a copy of the Tribal Identification Card or requesting verification from their Trust Enrollment Department.

Pursuant to NAHASDA, in order to be eligible for the Veteran-based rental agreement, the household must qualify as low income at the time of initial occupancy.  In order to qualify as low-income, applicants’ household income may not exceed eighty percent (80%) of the regional gross annual income based on the data from Outagamie County.

Contact:        
Neko Elizondo
Green Bay VA Health Care Center
2851 University Ave, WI 54311
(920) 431-2500 ext. 72326

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