Social Housing

The Young Family’s Home

In 1994, members of the city council established the institute of the Young Family’s Home. The Young Family’s Home is a project to help young families and single parents with minor children as well as young married couples who want to start a family but are struggling to find housing.
Assistance to young families is provided by renting out flats under the conditions laid down in the statute of the Young Family’s Home. Housing in this institute's flats is provided in the form of a tenancy for a fixed period of time. Contracts are normally concluded for two years, with the possibility of renewal for a further two years subject to the conditions set out in Article 4 of the Statutes of the Young Family’s Home – but for no more than ten years in total.

Accommodation is provided for:

    families and single parents with minor children
    married couples

Conditions for inclusion in the project

On the date of application, the following conditions apply:

    The applicants are not tenants or joint tenants of a flat.
    Neither the applicants nor the members of the household are the owners of a flat or a family house.
    At least one of the applicants has been a permanent resident in Bratislava continuously for at least one year.
    The applicants are employed, or one of the parents/spouses is on maternity/paternity leave or running a business.
    The applicant or a household member has a signed building savings contract.
    The applicant has submitted an application for renting a flat in the city borough where he or she has permanent or temporary residence.

On the date of the conclusion of the tenancy contract, the following conditions apply:

    The applicants are under thirty-five years of age.
    The applicants have been employed – or one of the parents/spouses has been on maternity/paternity leave or has been running a business – for a period of at least six months before signing.
    The applicants' income is more than two times and less than four times the minimum subsistence amount.
    The applicant or a household member has had a building savings account for at least two years and has saved at least 16,600€ for the household.

Living wage calculator

Check quickly and easily whether your household's income is enough to cover the subsistence level. Without it, we cannot provide you with a place in our hostel.

Evidence of compliance with the conditions for inclusion:

    a photocopy of the applicants’ ID cards
    a photocopy of the birth certificates of the applicants and their children
    proof of marital status: photocopy of marriage certificate, photocopy of final divorce decree, photocopy of death certificate
    a document proving the amount of net income (original income certificate from the employer; confirmation from the Social Insurance Agency on the amount of benefits granted – disability pension, widow’s/widower’s pension, orphan's pension, maternity pension, etc.; confirmation from the Office of Labour, Social Affairs and Family on the amount of child benefits, parental allowance, etc.)
    confirmation from the city borough that the applicant has submitted an application for a municipality flat with them
    a declaration by each applicant which states that they do not own any immovable property and which includes a signature that has been certified by a notary
    a photocopy of the building savings contract and a statement from the building savings account