Income and Asset Thresholds for Social Housing in Victoria, Australia.
Social housing is for people on low incomes who need housing, especially those who have recently experienced homelessness, family violence or have other special needs. It might be provided by the Government or by Community housing providers.
You can apply for social housing through the Victorian Housing Register. from people who are:
Applicants must be: Australian citizens or a permanent residents who do not own or part-own a property, and are within the Income and Asset thresholds.
Asset limits for Social Housing in Victoria.
Total assets to register Interest in Social Housing must not exceed $31,520
Priority Access for housing might be applied for by those with assets not exceeding $5,253
Weekly Household Income limits for Social Housing in Victoria.
$ 978 Single person
$1,498 Couple, no dependants
$2,019 Family (one or two parents) with dependent children
Weekly Household Income limits for Priority Access to Social Housing in Victoria.
$ 546 Single person
$ 943 Couple, no dependants
$ 977 Family (one or two parents) with one dependent child, add $34 for each additional dependant
Source: www.housing.vic.gov.au/social-housing Effective: 20 September 2017