Rent Geared to Income (RGI) is a subsidy available for people who need help paying rent and it is based on their total gross monthly household income (before taxes and deductions). Typically, the rent of a RGI unit is calculated at 30% of a household’s total gross monthly income. Some RGI units are owned and operated by the County of Oxford and some RGI units are owned and operated by a non-profit housing provider. The County administers the waiting list for all RGI units. As of January 1, 2021, households will have 1 right of refusal. That means that if an applicant refuses an offer for an RGI unit, they will be removed from all waitlists. Interested applicants should search through the listings below, and use the contact listed to apply.
For more information about rent-geared-to-income and how to apply, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions.