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Low Income Apartments

Affordable Housing for Subsidized Family, Disabled and Elderly

Low Rent for Disabled, Elderly and Low Income Households

The government gives funds directly to property owners, who lower the rents they charge low-income tenants. You can find low-rent or income based apartments for senior citizens and people with disabilities, as well as for families and individuals.

      - You can earn no more than the income limit.

      - Visit the management office for the apartments or housing properties that interest you to apply.

New York City by Borough

Bronx Brooklyn Manhattan Queens Staten-Island


California State by County

Department of Housing and Community Development For Rent: (HCD) of California State has financed a program for affordable income rental housing developments for rental new developments and rehab.

Here are the links to all counties that list the developments where low income housing might be available, dependent upon vacancies. It lists the bedroom size, rental units, contact phone and the income categories.  Please, use the contact phone number listed with each project to obtain more detailed information about the complex and inform you of any vacancies.

Rental Subsidy in South Dakota

Affordable Rental Housing Developments for Income Based or Low Income Apartments under Section 8 and Section 515 Programs

Rent limited programs:

Under a rent limited program, the tenant must pay the entire rent. However, the total monthly rent plus estimated utility expenses which a property may charge is limited to a maximum amount determined by agreements between the subsidy program administrator and the property owner. Typically, the maximum amount is calculated to meet affordability requirements for tenants at a specific income level and may be lower than the conventional rents for a similar unit in that community. The landlord may charge any amount at or below that maximum level as approved by the program administrator.

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Affordable Apartment Listing

There are about 23,000 affordable and  low income complexes listed in this website. The distributions of these properties for each states are shown in the graph below. In this graph, number of complexes for every 100,000 populations are estimated based on the latest population census (2010).

 

# Properties/100,000 people for each State

HUD

 

Affordable Housing

 

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