Home/State Land Application The Trinidad and Tobago Housing Development Corporation ( HDC ) constructs affordable homes for purchase by eligible citizens. Citizens interested in Government-Subsidised housing can download this form, complete and submit to Ministry of Housing and Urban Development or the HDC Head Office.
The HDC said contractors will be required to construct the units using drawings and specifications produced by the HDC , at an approximate cost of TT$ $250,000 to $500,000. They will be awarded in batches of five to ten houses and will be given three to four months to complete the units.
How do I update my application ? An applicant can follow-up on his/her application by visiting HDC Head Office and meeting with a representative of the Allocations Department; The HDC representative will search for applicant on HAFS ( application ) database;
To apply , contact a public housing agency in your state. Housing Choice Voucher Program in which you find a rental property yourself, and use the voucher to pay for all or part of the rent. To apply , contact a public housing agency in your state.
Buying property in Trinidad & Tobago is a relatively simple process, which typically involves the following steps: Begin your property search. Find your perfect property and make an offer. Once your offer has been accepted, the buyer will typically be required to pay a 10% deposit which will be held in escrow.
To apply for regularisation, submit a request in writing or in person to the agricultural county office in which the land is located. A location plan for the plot of land must be provided with your request . The request for regularisation will be reviewed and the applicant contacted for an interview and site visit.
Federal law bans outright three categories of people from admission to public housing : those who have been convicted of methamphetamine production on the premises of federally funded housing , who are banned for life; those subject to lifetime registration requirements under state sex offender registration programs; and
Those making less than $39,500 make up the lower – income bracket, while those making more than $118,000 make up the upper- income bracket.
Married or living with a partner, or single and have dependants (single military veterans or aged people without dependents also qualify ) Earn less than R3,500 per month per household (so if two people in your family earn and these earnings amount to more than R3,500 per month you will not qualify )