Qualifications

Income qualifications are based on a household’s total gross annual income. The Colorado Housing and Finance Authority, (CHFA), is our governing agency. Households are income-qualified if they do not exceed the Teller County limits set annually by the government for each respective income bracket.

Colorado Housing & Finance Authority Income Table

1 Person2 Persons3 Persons4 Persons5 Persons6 Persons7 Persons
40%$22,160$25,320$28,480$31,640$34,200$36,720$39,240
50%$27,700$31,650$35,600$39,550$42,750$45,900$49,050
60%$33,240$37,980$42,720$47,460$51,300$55,080$58,860

Hybrook Townhomes has a minimum income requirement of two and a half times the rent amount to ensure that our residents earn enough for rent, utilities and other living expenses

In addition to income qualifications, Hybrook also screens applicants with regard to credit, criminal and rental history. Please read the “Resident Selection Screening Criteria” carefully to see if your household meets the listed standards before submitting a Wait List Questionnaire (PDF download – will open in new window).

We do not allow pets.

There is a rule associated with Low Income Housing which prohibits us from renting to a household comprised of full-time students, with certain exceptions.

We are currently filling units from the Wait List, calling people in the order in which they were placed on the list. After a person from the Wait List is notified of an opening; he/she can pick up an application. Upon return of the completed application, we require $30 per person 18 yrs. and older, and a copy of a current government-issued photo ID in order to process the application.