You can apply for a certificate of eligibility for a subsidised flat at the Housing Office of the City of Nuremberg.
Have you received a certificate of eligibility from the Housing Office of the City of Nuremberg for the 3rd subsidy or income-oriented subsidy (EOF) level 2 or 3? Then search for suitable flats yourself in our online applicant portal. Make sure that the flats are marked with 3rd subsidy or income-oriented subsidy (EOF). You can apply for up to 5 flats free of charge.
Publicly subsidised flats are flats constructed with public funds. This is why they are more affordable than normal (freely financed) flats.
Publicly subsidised flats are allocated to people who have no income and receive social benefits (e.g. unemployment benefit II (“Arbeitslosengeld II”)) or have a low income. Often pensioners and trainees are also entitled to a publicly subsidised flat. You can find out whether you are entitled to a publicly subsidised flat from the Housing Office of the City of Nuremberg.
Generally, various factors must be taken into account when calculating the income limit. Use the certificate of eligibility calculator for this purpose. It is generally possible to obtain a subsidised flat if certain income limits are not exceeded. You can find the income limits here.
Do you still have questions? The staff of the Housing Office of the City of Nuremberg will be happy to help you.