About Dima Vii

Dima Vii offers low-income apartments for the disabled.


Dima Vii is a low-cost apartment in Wilmington.


This apartment provides families for low-income disabled people.


This does not necessarily mean that the entire apartment complex is low income.


It only means that the apartments provide low-income apartments.


The government gives funds directly to apartment owners like Dima Vii.


These apartments reduced the rents charged to low-income tenants.


It is up to apartment owners to decide how many apartments are available there at the rate of low-cost apartments.


To apply for these apartments, you can earn no more than the income limit indicated in the apartment when you apply for a vacancy.


Call or visit the Dima Vii management office to apply for an opening.


They urge you to call, as most low-income homes now have waiting lists.


You will have to call them to find out what the current rates are, as they are also subject to change.


They will provide apartment prices as much as possible, but due to special prices and other discounts at different times of the year, prices will always change.



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