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Resident selection changes came into force in autumn

Changes to resident selection came into force in week 43, which affected housing applications. The change means that applications will be processed according to the ARA model, based on categories of urgency. In principle, housing need, wealth and income are equal criteria when prioritising applicants. In resident selection, priority must be given to those with the most urgent housing needs and those with the least means.

Applications for AYY housing are made through the Domo system

Following the reforms to the resident selection process, changes were made to the Domo system to bring the application process into line with the new resident selection process. During the reform, not all applications sent were successful if the applicant did not select enough apartments for their application. This error in Domo has now been corrected. We encourage all applicants who did not manage to submit their applications during the Domo transition to submit a new application now!

Issues to consider when making a new application:

  • The desired moving date must be within 6 months of the application submission date. It is no longer possible to apply for housing for the end of the year or for the next year, as was previously possible.
  • Resident selection is no longer based on queuing but on the need for housing at the desired time. The time frame is no longer relevant, as was the case in the previous queuing policy. 

If you are in need of housing, please send in your application!

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