Your golden years should be worry-free. Let Brandywine Communities take the hassle out of retirement living.
For more than 50 years, Brandywine Communities has partnered with organizations like the Jewish Association on Aging, LIFESPAN, Harriet Tubman Guild, and ACTION-Housing to manage properties that cater to the needs of older residents.
From easy access to transportation, shopping, entertainment and medical providers, we want to make sure that you live in a well-maintained home and can live life your way with ease and convenience.
Many of our communities offer Service Coordinators who provide specific support services for residents so that they can continue living independently in senior housing communities.
Leasing qualifications vary based on location. Please contact our leasing office or complete an application online.
Low Income: HUD Sponsored Affordable Housing
Rent is based on income and the remaining portion is paid by the local Housing Authority or HUD (the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development). Residents pay 30% of their monthly income for rent. Each resident in a subsidized unit must be re-certified annually to determine continued eligibility for the program. If a resident’s income changes, they are required to notify us so that we can adjust their rent amount.
Moderate income: IRS (Internal Revenue Service) Tax Credit Communities
For income-eligible tenants, rent is a fixed-rate, which differs based on site and size of unit, but is lower than rent at market-rate apartments. Rent for the low-income tax credit program apartments is not based on the resident’s income and does not change if the resident’s income changes. All households are re-certified annually to verify continued eligibility. Income limits are listed in the description of available apartments. Projected rent and utility payments must be under 50% of household gross annual income to be considered affordable.