Many applicants can qualify for more than one Priority and/or Preference.
Priority is a housing-related situation that affects your household’s present residential status. You may qualify for multiple priorities but you will be ranked with only the points of the highest Priority. Certain priorities are given more points than others, and you will always be assigned to the highest Priority for which you qualify.
|Federal Housing Program Priority
|Supported Housing Programs
Priority One Applicants
Preference points are cumulative and are added to Priority points. You may qualify for more than one Preference at a time.
|Federal Housing Program Preference
|Non-Elderly Disabled Household not requiring Wheelchair Accessible units (Family Developments/AMP only)
|BHA Resident in Federal Housing Pro-Rated rent burden
|Designated Housing not requiring Wheelchair Accessible units
|Displaced Boston Tenant