West Windsor

West Windsor Pre-Application Form

If you are interested in applying for residency at our new West Windsor location, please fill in the form below.

YOU MUST HAVE A MINIMUM TOTAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME OF:

$21,000 – to qualify for a 1-bedroom apartment
$23,000 – to qualify for a 2-bedroom apartment
$25,000 – to qualify for a 3-bedroom apartment


All fields are required (select desired bedroom size(s):

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While Project Freedom Inc. designs every housing unit 100% physically accessible for people with disabilities who use wheelchairs or other mobility devices, it is not a requirement for tenancy. This development accommodates both disabled and non-disabled people/families.

Household Composition and Income:
(Must include all members expected to live in the unit)

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Applicant’s Current Gross Yearly Income

In the fields below, please list all the sources where household Income comes from:

Co-Applicant’s Gross Yearly Income

Other Household Member’s Gross Yearly Income

Release of Information Statement Provided by Applicant

I/We, attest that the information provided in this pre-application is true, and to the best of my/our knowledge is correct and complete. I/We verify that I/we will provide prompt notice to Project Freedom Inc. should there be any change in my/our circumstances.

I/We understand that the applicant(s) have a responsibility to remain in contact with Project Freedom when requested. I/We understand that failure to do so will result in the application becoming inactive. (everyone 18 or older who will live in the unit must sign)

Filling in your name below constitutes your electronic signature.

If you pre-qualify, you will be sent an “eligible” letter.
If you do not pre-qualify, you will be notified in writing.

MULTIPLE DWELLING REPORTING RULE TENANT/APPLICANT INQUIRY

The New Jersey Law Against Discrimination, N.J.S.A. 10:5-1 to -49, makes it unlawful to discriminate in the sale or rental of housing based on a person’s race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, nationality, affectation or sexual orientation, disability, gender, marital status, familial status, whether you have a child, a parent-child relationship with a minor, or you are pregnant), lawful source of income or rental subsidy used for rental payments.

The New Jersey Division on Civil Rights is the State agency that is authorized to enforce the Law Against Discrimination. Under the Division’s Multiple Dwelling Reporting Rules, N.J.A.C. 13:10-1:1 to -2.6, the Division requires landlords to collect and record information about applicants for apartment rentals and tenants in apartment complexes throughout New Jersey. The Multiple Dwelling Reporting Rule requires landlords to provide a summary of this information to the Division and to retain the information on this form. The information is used to prevent and eliminate discrimination in housing. Your cooperation in filing out this form will assist the Division in enforcing the Law Against Discrimination.

Please note that, although landlords must record certain information about the race and ethnicity of applicants and tenants, it is unlawful to record or ask applicants or tenants about other characteristics such as religion, gender, marital status or affectation or sexual orientation.

If you feel you have been denied housing ore treated differently for one of the reasons listed about, you may contact the Division on Civil Rights at
(609) 984-3138 for referral to a local Division office for additional information or assistance.

Visit the Division on Civil Rights Web site at www.NJCivilRights.org

MULTIPLE DWELLING REPORTING RULE TENANT/APLICANT INQUIRY

If the tenant/applicant chooses not to complete this form, the landlord or the landlord’s representative is required to conduct a visual observation of the tenant or applicant and then complete this form as accurately as possible.

This form is not intended to be a part of the rental application process and must be kept separate and apart from rental records.

If you have any questions regarding this inquiry, please contact the Division on Civil Rights, Multiple Dwelling Unit at 609-984-3138 between the hours of 9:00 to 5:00 Monday through Friday, or e-mail the MDRR unit at DCRMDRR@njcivilrights