Dallas, an alpha city, home to many Texans with the assistance of their public and private affordable housing programs. ApartmentSmart helps you find the cheap apartments that are available in Dallas. Read More
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Dallas makes up one-fifth of the urbanized area known as Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, in which one-quarter of all Texans live.
Affordable housing in Dallas is possible thanks in part to the Dallas Housing Authority that strives to create quality yet affordable housing through their housing assistance programs.
Among these is the Conventional Public Housing program that provides rental assistance to families and individuals. There are 21 affordable housing developments and 3,324 units. The units range in size from one bedroom to five bedroom units. Rent is based on your adjusted family income. Utilities are based on apartment size and charged at a rate set by the local utility provider. Click here for more information on the waiting list and to apply for public housing.
Mixed Population housing is available for individuals over the age of 62 and disabled adults. The units range in size from one to two bedroom units. Those interested in these units are encouraged to apply, as there is a need to fill vacant efficiencies. If the DHA assists with utilities, the tenant pays 30% of the monthly-adjusted income. Benefits of mixed population housing are elevators for easy mobility, common areas for social activities, and close proximity to bus routes. Resident services include job readiness training, and onsite computer training.
In 1974, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development created the Housing Choice Voucher program. It makes private market housing units affordable to families and individuals and currently has 19,347 units. Program applicants have a variety of housing options including apartments, duplexes, single-family homes, and townhomes. Rent is based on the established income limit for the area. The HCV program is currently closed to new applicants.
Besides government programs, affordable housing is also made available through private companies and organizations.
LBK Management Services for instance, provides management services to apartment developments. An example of a managed property is the Brookfield Apartments. These apartments are located in South Dallas within easy access to I-20 and the Southwest Center Mall. They have one to two bedroom apartments with electric kitchens and central air/heating. Other amenities include access to public transportation, high-speed internet, a laundry facility, and a pool. For more information you can click on the link provided in ApartmentSmart’s Dallas listing.
Another company to mention is Forest City, a leading owner, operator, and developer of housing projects. They manage the Wilson Apartments, a property which can also be found in our Dallas, TX search results for more info.
The housing opportunities mentioned are just a few of the incentives for moving to Dallas. Dallas is known for establishing a strong industrial and financial sector based on the city’s history of importance in the railroad lines, and the oil and cotton industries.
Dallas is also known for its barbecue, authentic Mexican and Tex-Mex Cuisine. The city has such a rich ethnic diversity and residents get to experience the city’s culture through its many festivals. There are annual events like Cinco de Mayo celebrations and the Greek Food Festival of Dallas. For the Halloween lovers, you can chose to enjoy local art and music at The Wake, watch the annual Halloween Parade on Cedar Spring Road, or join the Zombie Walk held in Downtown Dallas. The State Fair of Texas has been annually held in Dallas at the Fair Park since 1886.
If you’re interested in recreation, you will glad to learn that Dallas is home to 406 parks! One of these beautiful parks is the Great Trinity Forest, part of the Trinity River Project. It’s a great place to spend the day with your friends and family.
Efforts in the city have been made to increase public transportation with the development of light rail lines, a trolley system, and buses. The Dallas Area Rapid Transit authority provides public transportation to commuters through neighborhoods such as North and South Dallas, Downtown, and Uptown.
For those seeking higher education, Dallas offers 38 colleges to choose from. The success of the industrial and financial sectors in the city are incentives to pursue careers in banking, telecommunications, healthcare, and logistics to name a few.
The bountiful opportunities in Dallas make it an attractive place of residence to many in the U.S. So use the affordable housing resources Dallas provides and start your search for cheap apartments now.