Affordable Housing

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, August 7, 2010
Legal Rooming

A plan to construct affordable rooms for rent for those who have very little income.

Problem

In the state of New York it is illegal to rent a place to more than three people who are unrelated. This poses as a dilemma to persons who are underemployed and thus underpaid. If rent and other necessities are unaffordable how does one provide shelter for themselves? There are many reasons why a person cannot dwell with family members which include a person who is estranged from family and those who have relatives in another state.

Scope

To provide legalized housing for those who need a place to live and are not eligible for section 8.  The converting of rooms for single or double occupancy with bathroom and kitchen included. These studio apartments will provide the occupants with independence that they need at affordable rates not assigned to section 8.

Pricing

Rents are not to exceed more than $400 monthly for a single or studio occupancy and $600 a month for double occupancy. Cable is not included. Heat and utilities are combined into monthly rent payments.

Types of Rentals

Rooms for rent can be created for use in this manner. The restoration of houses and apartment buildings that have remained unsold and vacant due to the economy. The lack of affordability for apartments has created a need to use this space once renovated which can be rented for this purpose. In doing so this will vastly improve the neighborhood with working and responsible adults by providing housing to residents in renovated houses and apartment buildings that were once vacant. Residents will boost their towns economy by now being able to shop at the stores and malls as a result of affordable housing.

Conclusion

When rooming is legalized in this manner, it provides the city with a solution for its housing and overcrowding problem. Occupants who now live in fear of being evicted and placed onto the street will now be able to live in affordable housing without being eligible for section 8. By creating a sense of independence for those working persons whose incomes are too low to afford the cost of current apartment affordability although, their income is not considered that of poverty levels. This in itself encourages the work ethic and will enable all those of financial crisis to live in a home without government interference because the rents for the apartments are regulated and designed for such use.

Dated: August 7, 2010    Attest: A. Sadiq                    
                                               On Behalf of Pieces



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Affordable Housing

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, August 7, 2010
Legal Rooming

A plan to construct affordable rooms for rent for those who have very little income.

Problem

In the state of New York it is illegal to rent a place to more than three people who are unrelated. This poses as a dilemma to persons who are underemployed and thus underpaid. If rent and other necessities are unaffordable how does one provide shelter for themselves? There are many reasons why a person cannot dwell with family members which include a person who is estranged from family and those who have relatives in another state.

Scope

To provide legalized housing for those who need a place to live and are not eligible for section 8.  The converting of rooms for single or double occupancy with bathroom and kitchen included. These studio apartments will provide the occupants with independence that they need at affordable rates not assigned to section 8.

Pricing

Rents are not to exceed more than $400 monthly for a single or studio occupancy and $600 a month for double occupancy. Cable is not included. Heat and utilities are combined into monthly rent payments.

Types of Rentals

Rooms for rent can be created for use in this manner. The restoration of houses and apartment buildings that have remained unsold and vacant due to the economy. The lack of affordability for apartments has created a need to use this space once renovated which can be rented for this purpose. In doing so this will vastly improve the neighborhood with working and responsible adults by providing housing to residents in renovated houses and apartment buildings that were once vacant. Residents will boost their towns economy by now being able to shop at the stores and malls as a result of affordable housing.

Conclusion

When rooming is legalized in this manner, it provides the city with a solution for its housing and overcrowding problem. Occupants who now live in fear of being evicted and placed onto the street will now be able to live in affordable housing without being eligible for section 8. By creating a sense of independence for those working persons whose incomes are too low to afford the cost of current apartment affordability although, their income is not considered that of poverty levels. This in itself encourages the work ethic and will enable all those of financial crisis to live in a home without government interference because the rents for the apartments are regulated and designed for such use.

Dated: August 7, 2010    Attest: A. Sadiq                    
                                               On Behalf of Pieces



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Affordable Housing

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, August 7, 2010
Legal Rooming

A plan to construct affordable rooms for rent for those who have very little income.

Problem

In the state of New York it is illegal to rent a place to more than three people who are unrelated. This poses as a dilemma to persons who are underemployed and thus underpaid. If rent and other necessities are unaffordable how does one provide shelter for themselves? There are many reasons why a person cannot dwell with family members which include a person who is estranged from family and those who have relatives in another state.

Scope

To provide legalized housing for those who need a place to live and are not eligible for section 8.  The converting of rooms for single or double occupancy with bathroom and kitchen included. These studio apartments will provide the occupants with independence that they need at affordable rates not assigned to section 8.

Pricing

Rents are not to exceed more than $400 monthly for a single or studio occupancy and $600 a month for double occupancy. Cable is not included. Heat and utilities are combined into monthly rent payments.

Types of Rentals

Rooms for rent can be created for use in this manner. The restoration of houses and apartment buildings that have remained unsold and vacant due to the economy. The lack of affordability for apartments has created a need to use this space once renovated which can be rented for this purpose. In doing so this will vastly improve the neighborhood with working and responsible adults by providing housing to residents in renovated houses and apartment buildings that were once vacant. Residents will boost their towns economy by now being able to shop at the stores and malls as a result of affordable housing.

Conclusion

When rooming is legalized in this manner, it provides the city with a solution for its housing and overcrowding problem. Occupants who now live in fear of being evicted and placed onto the street will now be able to live in affordable housing without being eligible for section 8. By creating a sense of independence for those working persons whose incomes are too low to afford the cost of current apartment affordability although, their income is not considered that of poverty levels. This in itself encourages the work ethic and will enable all those of financial crisis to live in a home without government interference because the rents for the apartments are regulated and designed for such use.

Dated: August 7, 2010    Attest: A. Sadiq                    
                                               On Behalf of Pieces



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Affordable Housing

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, August 7, 2010
Legal Rooming

A plan to construct affordable rooms for rent for those who have very little income.

Problem

In the state of New York it is illegal to rent a place to more than three people who are unrelated. This poses as a dilemma to persons who are underemployed and thus underpaid. If rent and other necessities are unaffordable how does one provide shelter for themselves? There are many reasons why a person cannot dwell with family members which include a person who is estranged from family and those who have relatives in another state.

Scope

To provide legalized housing for those who need a place to live and are not eligible for section 8.  The converting of rooms for single or double occupancy with bathroom and kitchen included. These studio apartments will provide the occupants with independence that they need at affordable rates not assigned to section 8.

Pricing

Rents are not to exceed more than $400 monthly for a single or studio occupancy and $600 a month for double occupancy. Cable is not included. Heat and utilities are combined into monthly rent payments.

Types of Rentals

Rooms for rent can be created for use in this manner. The restoration of houses and apartment buildings that have remained unsold and vacant due to the economy. The lack of affordability for apartments has created a need to use this space once renovated which can be rented for this purpose. In doing so this will vastly improve the neighborhood with working and responsible adults by providing housing to residents in renovated houses and apartment buildings that were once vacant. Residents will boost their towns economy by now being able to shop at the stores and malls as a result of affordable housing.

Conclusion

When rooming is legalized in this manner, it provides the city with a solution for its housing and overcrowding problem. Occupants who now live in fear of being evicted and placed onto the street will now be able to live in affordable housing without being eligible for section 8. By creating a sense of independence for those working persons whose incomes are too low to afford the cost of current apartment affordability although, their income is not considered that of poverty levels. This in itself encourages the work ethic and will enable all those of financial crisis to live in a home without government interference because the rents for the apartments are regulated and designed for such use.

Dated: August 7, 2010    Attest: A. Sadiq                    
                                               On Behalf of Pieces



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