Are you having trouble finding accommodation? If you content yourself with the classified ads of private landlords, that's normal, especially if you have nothing other than the RSA (Revenu de Solidarité Active) or a fixed-term contract to offer them. To find accommodation quickly, I will tell you the aids that you will be able to activate quickly, and above all how to obtain them for:
Also in this article, the names of the associations that will be able to help you in your search and good tips if you have work to do once you have found the apartment.
2. THE FSL TO PAY THE DEPOSIT AND RENT DEBTS
The FSL (the housing solidarity fund) should not be confused with the APL. It is an aid for the less wealthy, to enable them to find accommodation, and above all to be able to keep it, even in the event of major financial difficulties.
It doesn't matter if you want public or private housing. This solidarity fund will apply everywhere.
The financing to which you will be entitled
To allow the poorest to have an apartment, the FSL will be able to finance:
In the same way, to avoid evictions, you can call on the solidarity fund to pay pending electricity, water and telephone bills as well as late rents.
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It is above all your resources that will decide whether or not you are entitled to FSL. By resources, I am thinking of salaries, but not only: they also include housing aid and social aid (such as the back-to-school allowance for example).
Be aware that each department applies different income thresholds. So I can't give you a precise number here. But you can submit a file if you are:
Resident of a residential home.
Resident of a social residence.
If you live in a furnished hotel.
A family threatened with eviction.
Temporarily housed in an unsanitary dwelling.