General Questions

These FAQs are crafted to reflect typical questions that might arise for potential applicants and interested parties based on the structure and mission of

  • Eligibility: To apply for assistance, you must be a single parent currently enrolled in or who has completed college.
  • Rent Reduction: Qualified members can receive rent reduction for up to three years while they work towards home ownership.
  • Financial Guidance: The program includes financial guidance to help single parents on their road to financial freedom.
  • Rental Assistance: This is aimed at reducing qualified members’ rent for up to three years as they pursue home ownership.
  • Community Support: Members join a community aimed at supporting single parents for the betterment of future generations.
  • Scholarships and Savings Program: HubHousing seeks partners for scholarships and offers a savings program to help navigate financial instability.
  • Applicants must meet minimum qualifications, and all applications are reviewed by caseworkers. The process emphasizes a first-come, first-served approach due to the high demand and the organization’s active search for financial support and collaborators.
  • HubHousing collects data such as comments on their site for spam detection and engages with users through comments and applications. They have a privacy policy detailing how this data is handled, including how long data is retained and users’ rights over their data.

To apply for the rental assistance program, single parents who are currently enrolled in college or have completed an accredited degree can fill out the online application form available on the HubHousing website. Ensure you meet all the eligibility criteria listed before applying. After submission, your application will go through a review process, and you’ll be added to a waitlist based on a first-come, first-served policy.

Participants are expected to maintain their status as students or show progress in their educational or career paths. They must also actively participate in any financial guidance and home ownership planning sessions provided. Staying within the program’s guidelines and demonstrating ongoing need and commitment to self-improvement are crucial for continued eligibility.

HubHousing partners with various property managers to provide housing options. While preferences can be indicated, the actual assignment depends on availability, the applicant’s needs, and suitability to the housing options available at the time. HubHousing aims to accommodate preferences whenever possible but cannot guarantee specific locations.

Apart from housing assistance, HubHousing provides financial guidance aimed at helping single parents achieve financial independence. This includes budgeting, savings plans, and credit counseling. Additionally, community support through mentorship and access to educational resources may be available, helping participants to not only stabilize their housing situation but also build a network of support and resources for personal and professional growth.

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Who we help

Single parents who are pursuing or have completed higher education

This initiative is designed for single parents engaged in academic pursuits or those who have already achieved a degree, aiming to provide them with the necessary support to build a stable and prosperous future.

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