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HOUSING

At NJCDC, we are more than just a homebuilder. We aim to transform communities by turning vacant, overgrown lots into thriving neighborhoods. Through our high-quality housing developments, we help to increase property values and create taxpaying assets in the city. Our mission is to revitalize communities by creating beautiful, sustainable, and affordable housing.

We believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to own a home, and we are committed to providing the necessary resources and support to make that a reality. Our goal is to promote homeownership as a sustainable solution, especially in low-to-moderate-income communities. Becoming a homeowner is a major milestone, and we are proud to be part of the journey with our clients.

Are you ready for home ownership?

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Affordable Rentals: The Villages of North Point

 

We believe that access to quality housing is the key to a happy life. That’s why we’ve made The Villages of North Point accessible to all members of our community. With a low application fee of just $35 and a minimal $10 application per additional adult, we’ve made it affordable for everyone to find their perfect place here. Plus, with a deposit of only $500, you’ll be able to move in without breaking the bank. Our mission is to provide safe and comfortable housing for everyone, and we remain committed to this goal.

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Home Owner Rehabilitation and Limited Repair Program

​In the past, NJCDC has partnered with the City of Jacksonville to administer their Limited Repair Program. Applicatnts must own and occupy their home, mortgage and property taxes must be current, total household income must not exceed 80 percent of the area median income for Duval County as established by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

The home must be in need of repairs that, if left unattended, could pose a threat to the family's health and safety or the home has to have been cited by the Municipal Code and Compliance Division

For more information regarding this program, contact Carolyn Herring at (904) 255-8229 or CHerring@coj.net.

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