Social Housing

Description:

Social Housing is a rental or co-operative housing option for households earning between R1 501 - R7 500 per month. Social Housing projects require management by an institution, which should be an accredited Social Housing Institution. Social Housing projects should be developed within areas that contribute to spatial, economic and social development.

Instructions:

Consumer education

 

 

  1. Who can access the service?
  2. How does someone qualify for the service?
  3. How do I access the service?

 

Who can access the service?

 

  • Households earning between
    R1 501 - R7 500 per month.

How does someone qualify for the service?

 

You qualify for the service if you are:

  • Married or cohabiting.
  • A single person with financial dependants.
  • A South African citizen.
  • Competent to contract.
  • Have a joint monthly household income of between R1 501 - R7 500.
  • Not benefitted previously from a Government Housing Programme.

 

How do I access the service?

 

Look out for:

  • Adverts for applications placed in local newspapers.
  • Contact the office of the Social Housing Institution (SHI), where you will be screened in line with criteria.

Successful applicants are invited to attend information and education sessions.

Consumer education

 

Where do I find the forms I need to fill in?

 

Forms are obtainable from the following Social Housing Institutions:

Official contacts

 

Communicare 021 421 6008
SOHCO 086 107 6426
CTCHC 021 552 1780
Own Haven 086 169 6428
DOMUS 021 471 4300
Madulammoho 011 725 3284
Provided by:
Government Body: (Western Cape Government)
The content on this page was last updated on 30 October 2018