62 Sixty-Two Plaza Affordable Housing
Central, SC - 29630


62 Sixty-Two Plaza Affordable Housing

105 Plaza Ct
Central, SC - 29630
(803) 536-1056

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62 Sixty-Two Plaza Affordable Housing is a HUD Apartment. HUD residents usually pay 30% of their gross income for rent. The rent amount, less approved HUD deductions such as medical and child care expenses, and other allowances, includes a utility allowance. HUD Residents also may choose to pay what is known as flat rent. The HACC works with applicants to determine which rent arrangement is best for them.

Median apartment rental rate in this zip code: $708
Population in zip code: 16,185
Media age of those living in this zip code: 28.4
Media household income of those living in this zip code: $32,775
Average home value in this zip code: $145,010

Sixty-two Plaza Central Inc. is a senior low income housing apartment subsidized by the federal governments HUD (Housing and Urban Development Division).

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Contact Sixty-two Plaza Central Inc. for complete details on the current vacancies and housing applications.

Tips Before Applying for Low Income Housing
  • 1. Research all of the different low-income housing programs available in your area. There are a variety of federal, state, and local programs that offer low-income housing assistance. Each program has its own eligibility requirements and application process, so it is important to do your research to find the program that is right for you.
  • 2. Get all of your documentation in order: When you apply for low income housing, you will need to provide documentation of your income, assets, and household composition. This documentation may include tax returns, pay stubs, bank statements, and birth certificates.
  • 3. Be careful and accurate on all information provided: Any false or misleading information on your application will most likely result in your disqualification.
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Qualifications: Do you qualify to live here?
To qualify for low income housing in South Carolina, you must meet the following income requirements:

Your household income must be below 80% of the area median income (AMI). The AMI is updated annually by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and varies by county.

You must have a valid Social Security number or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN).

You must be a U.S. citizen or a legal immigrant.

In addition to the income requirements, you may also need to meet other eligibility requirements, such as:

- You must not have been evicted from any public housing or Section 8 housing in the past three years.
- You must not have any outstanding felony convictions for drug-related offenses.
- You must not be a registered sex offender.

Type: One Bedroom Available

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Federal Poverty Guidelines for 2023
Persons In Family Household Poverty Guideline
For Households with more than 8 persons, add $4,480 for each additional person.
1 $14,580
2 $19,720
3 $24,860
4 $30,000
5 $35,140
6 $40,280
7 $45,420
8 $50,560

*Alaska and Hawaii have different rates for HUD federal poverty guidelines.
These numbers above represent 100% of the Federal Poverty Rate. In order to get in some apartments the 100% rate changes to things like 200%. In these cases, you will only need to multiply the rate in each category by 2.

  • Reply User   2021-10-13 18:37:22

    The office area is no longer open to residents. Management said it was due to covid-19 but when we all got vaccinated they said it was because there were locked file cabinets in the main room. They used to be in the locked office. The present manager just doesn't want to have residents in the main room because it might disturb her the two days a week she's in the office. We used to have our own key and go in anytime we wanted. We had a kitchen and laundry room, we had meetings, arts and crafts classes, bingo games, movie nights, lunches and holiday dinners. They moved the laundry room so it can only be accessed from the outside, and took all out keys from us. No one is allowed in unless you have an appointment with the manager, who finds us a bother, or a social worker who comes in twice a week and is absolutely amazing. She cares about us and does everything she can to help us including getting our electric paid through share. The person responsible for repairs and outside cleanliness is overworked. We have to turn in paperwork detailing our problem, then wait. And wait. We used to get our outside windows cleaned a couple of times a year. But now they say they can't do that because the one hide isn't long enough. Apparently purchasing another hose is beyond them. In the other hand we live right behind a dollar general and a super walmart is only a few miles away. Buses owned by clemson are available to take us to walmart when the college is in session. That means no bus service in summers. So, it's not even close to perfect but everyone is friendly and helpful. If management was concerned about our comfort and happiness, and gave us access to the common room again it would be much better.

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