Asset Management

What is GDPM's Asset Management Program?

GDPM's Asset Management Program, formerly known as Public Housing, was established to provide decent and safe rental housing for eligible low-income families, the elderly, and persons with disabilities. Greater Dayton Premier Management manages over 2700 units of public housing in the Montgomery County area that includes small duplexes, family complexes and high rise apartments for elderly families.

Who is Eligible?

Asset management is available for qualifying families and individuals. See the chart below for the income limits for the Dayton-Springfield Metropolitan Area:

Household Size Income no greater than:
1 Person 33,750
2 Person 38,550
3 Person 43,350
4 Person 48,150
5 Person 52,050
6 Person 55,900
7 Person 59,750
   

 

GDPM will determine an applicant's eligibility based on:

  1. annual gross income;
  2. whether an applicant qualifies as elderly, a person with a disability, or as a family; and
  3. U.S. citizenship or eligible immigration status.

If you are eligible, GDPM will check your references to make sure you and your family will be good tenants. Applicants whose habits and practices may be expected to have a detrimental effect on other tenants or on the project's environment will not be housed.

How do I apply?

If you are interested in applying for public housing. You will be required to attend an orientation.  You must have a completed application along with all the all required documents to attend of the orientation classes.  Days and times are listed on the cover page of the application. 

(Location) 

GDPM
400 Wayne Avenue
Dayton Ohio 45410 
 

Asset Management Application

Reasonable Accomodation Notice Request Form

Or you can apply in person at 400 Wayne Avenue, Dayton, Ohio.

What information does GDPM need?

  • Names of all persons who would be living in the unit, their sex, date of birth, and relationship to the family head;

  • Your present address and telephone number;
  • Family characteristics (e.g. veteran) or circumstances (e.g. living in substandard housing) that might qualify the family for tenant selection preferences;
  • Names and addresses of your current and previous landlords for information about your family's suitability as a tenant;
  • An estimate of your family's anticipated income for the next twelve months and the sources of that income;
  • The names and addresses of employers, banks, and any other information the HA would need to verify your income and deductions, and to verify the family composition;
  • Documentation such as birth certificates, tax returns, verification from your employer, etc. You will be asked to sign a form to authorize release of pertinent information to the PHA.

How is rent determined?

Your rent is based your family's anticipated gross annual income less deductions, if any. The least amount of rent will be $50.