MennoHomes

a response to the need for affordable housing

 
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Rent Inquires

The Village

Joanne Coles
Dubrick Property Management
(519) 578-6077
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The Rockway Gardens Village

Dubrick Property Management
(519) 584-2121

Elmira and Wellesley Single Family Units

Dan Driedger
(226) 476-2535
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The Foundry - Elmira

Contact Info.

MennoHomes Inc.

202 - 50 Kent Ave.
Kitchener, ON N2G 3R1

Executive Director

Dan Driedger
(226) 476-2535
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Community Support Worker

Karen Lebold
(519) 590-1076
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Region of Waterloo Community Housing

The Region of Waterloo offers a number of housing options to meet a variety of needs.The Region owns and/or operates three types of Community Housing:

  • Waterloo Region Housing (WRH): WRH manages over 2,700 Community Housing Units that are owned by the Region of Waterloo and located in Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo, and Woolwich, Wellesley and Wilmot townships.
  • Rent Supplement: units are provided by landlords in the private market throughout Waterloo Region. ;Landlords receive a subsidy from the Region of Waterloo to cover the difference between market rent for the unit and the rent that is paid by a tenant, based on their income.
  • Below Average Market Rent (BAMR): some private landlords offer a limited number of affordable units at a rent that is lower than the average market rent for Waterloo Region. For example, the average market rent for a one-bedroom unit in Waterloo Region may be $815/month plus utilities, but a below average market rent one-bedroom unit may be $525/month plus utilities.

The Region also oversees other affordable housing options owned by groups other than the Region, including:

  • Non-Profit housing: housing is owned by service clubs, faith groups, ethnic organizations, community agencies or municipal governments, and funding is received through government programming or charitable donations.
  • Co-operative (Co-op) housing: tenants become members of the co-op community and are obligated to participate in maintaining the community. Co-ops receive funding from government programming.

How do I apply?

To apply for affordable Community Housing in the Region of Waterloo, visit Affordable Community Housing