Fair Housing Act
The Township of Cherry Hill is required to comply with the statutory midpoint review requirements of the Fair Housing Act (“FHA”) at N.J.S.A. 52:27D-313 which provides in pertinent part: “…the Council shall establish procedures for a realistic opportunity review at the midpoint of the certification period and shall provide for notice to the public…”
In order to provide notice of the midpoint review, the Township is posting this review on its website, and providing a copy to Fair Share Housing Center (“FSHC”). Any interested party may submit comments to the Township, with a copy to FSHC, regarding whether any sites no longer present a realistic opportunity and should be replaced and whether any mechanisms to meet unmet need should be revised or supplemented.
For Purchase & Rental
Cherry Hill Township provides for the set-aside 20% of affordable units in every multi-family development for low and moderate-income households. The number of affordable units may vary on a particular site, subject to court interpretation or a court order. The available purchase and rental units are offered to families based on income eligibility requirements.
Units Currently Available (as of 3/9/2020)
|Address||Listing Agent||Purchase / Rental||Price||Bedroom/Bath||Income Guidelines|
|2017 Woods II||Sandra Lichtman|
Lichtman Associates Real Estate, LLC
Email Sandi Lichtman
|409 Park Place||Kyra Brinson|
Keller Williams Real Estate
Email Kyra Brinson
|299 Uxbridge||Dan Bosak|
Coldwell Banker Preferred
|306 Kings Croft||Nancy MacDermott|
|824 Kings Croft||Brittany DiNofa|
Keller Williams Realty
Housing Assistance Programs
- Affordable Rental Housing at Tavistock (ARHAT) - Applications are currently available
- Moderate Priced Housing (MPH) - Applications are currently available
- Section 8 - Applications are currently unavailable and currently not administered by the township. Subsequently, Section 8 records have been transferred over to the State. All prospective and current Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher holders must contact the regional NJ Department of Consumer Affairs (NJDCA) Housing office by calling 856-614-3300 in order to inquire about the program.
For more information, please contact Annette Ludlow, Housing Coordinator by calling 856-432-8706.