The Villages at Princeton Crossings
Plainsboro, NJ 08536
Sale Prices - Income Limits
Maximum Gross Annual Income Limits for Middlesex County, NJ
Income limits are subject to change without notice
If you are interested in applying for an affordable home, you can download an application or contact us directly at:Plainsboro@HousingQuest.com
Press 5 to request an application. If you leave a message by email or phone, please be sure to refer to the property name, and spell out your contact information for us.
Return your completed and signed application by fax (609-786-1105) or mail it directly to us at:
Plainsboro Non-Profit Housing Corp.
201 Rockingham Row
Princeton Forrestal Village
Princeton, NJ 08540
We will process your application and send you a confirmation within a few weeks. When an affordable home becomes available, we will contact a limited number of applicants who are on our list for the size and income category of the home that will be available.
A final application and documentation to verify identity and income will be required and processed at that time. Since final applications are only processed when a specific affordable home becomes available, we can not accommodate applicants’ choice of floor plan.
Terms and Conditions
The number of units at each pricing tier is limited, and not all properties offer units at every pricing tier. Prices and conditions are subject to change without notice. Maximum incomes will apply. To be eligible for this affordable housing program, the gross annual income of your household cannot exceed the program limits listed, above. The maximum income is based on the total number of persons who will reside in an affordable home. Maximum Incomes are adjusted annually and are subject to change without notice.
The Villages at Princeton Crossings is an existing development and all sales are by owner, which is solely responsible for sales transactions and the product delivered. Neither the Plainsboro Non-Profit Housing Corp. nor Plainsboro Township provides financing, which is the responsibility of the buyer.
Occupancy is determined pursuant to N.J.A.C. 5:80-26.4. Larger households may be considered under certain circumstances,
contingent upon the landlord’s occupancy standards (for rentals), as well as state and local regulations.
These plans have been provided by the developer who is solely responsible for their accuracy. Floor plans are NOT meant to represent the actual dimensions or square footage of the unit, but rather provide applicants with an idea of its layout. Actual units may be the reverse of what is portrayed, and may vary in their detail and dimensions. The choice of floor plans is limited by income category and priority number.
This is an equal housing opportunity. Federal law prohibits discrimination against any person making application to buy or rent a home with regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status, and disability. State law prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, nationality, marital or domestic partnership or civil union status, sex, gender identity or expression, disability, affectional or sexual orientation, family status or source of lawful income or source of lawful rent payment. Piazza & Associates, Inc. complies with all provisions of the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (“LAD”) J.S.A. 10:5-1 to -49 as applicable to any real property or for any program related to real property Piazza & Associates, Inc. administers in New Jersey. Any person who believes a violation of the LAD has occurred may contact the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights at 866-405-3050 or 973-648-2700 or online at www.NJCivilRights.gov.