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Our nationwide apartment listing network is updated daily with current property information. All of our listings are categorized as either "Conventional Apartments" or "Affordable Housing." Our goal is to provide you with more options than anywhere on the internet. We believe if we give you the tools to turn over every rock we can make your apartment shopping experience better and more productive.
"Affordable housing" is a broad term usually used to describe decent, safe housing which is affordable for individuals who, generally, earn less than 60% of the Area Median Income (AMI). These properties almost always benefit from some sort of Federal, state or private subsidies to keep the cost of providing housing low enough to remain affordable.
Area Median Income (AMI) is the average income of persons and families living in a defined geographical area. This area could be a county or group of counties in rural areas or a Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) in urban areas. The AMI is determined and published annually by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The AMI is used to determine individuals' and families' qualifications for various Federal and state assistance programs, including affordable housing programs.
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Section 8 may be accepted as a form of payment for rent by any property meeting the Section 8 standards set by HUD and the Local Housing Authority. From apartment communities to individual homes owned by individuals, Section 8 may be accepted as a form of payment. If you have a Section 8 voucher, to find out if a property accepts Section 8, contact the property.
It is an apartment that is classified as Affordable Housing, that has no rent restrictions. The landlord could price the apartment at whatever the market price may be.