What is the income limit for a social rental home?
Social rental homes
As of 1 January 2023, the maximum net rental price for a social rental home is €808.06. If you would like to respond to a social rental home, your maximum annual income cannot be higher than €44,035 for a single-person household and €46,743 for a multiple-person household. This is the collective income of your household, and children are not taken into account.
Portaal also has a range of homes for middle incomes. We refer to this as the 10% arrangement. You can respond to these homes via WoningNet if you have a maximum annual income of between €44,035 and €50,000. This income limit could vary per region due to local agreements. Please note: if your maximum annual income is lower than €44,035 or higher than €50,000, you will be rejected for a middle-income home.
WoningNet will mention in the advert whether the home in question falls under the 10% arrangement.
If you have an income under the 'capping limit', the maximum rental price will be €693.60 for a multi-person household. The maximum for a single-person household will be €647.19. If you pay a lower rental price, you will continue to pay the lower amount.