Apartments for Low Income

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Your Questions About Apartments For Low Income

June 8, 2012

Donald asks…

Low income apartments for college student?

I’m a college student living in indianapolis, in. i am looking for a low income apartment. I dont know where to start looking. I know that there are apartments where my rent per month would be $0, but i just dont know where to start looking. Please help…

Administrator answers:

Are you an adult or an emancipated minor? Does your college have dorms? What is your monthly income? Whatever your answers are, I have never heard of free rent. Go to the Indianapolis Housing Authority website for more information.

Helen asks…

Does anyone have any info for low income apartments in chicago?

I am a 18 year old student looking to move out, asap. I have always dreamed of living alone by the age of 18, but a few days ago I took a pregnancy test that came back psitive. The fatser I move out the happier i will be

Administrator answers:

Try these links:

This one is a good site.


As is this one:

Becareful of the area you choose (ok). You may want to find a roommate, to help you with expenses. It would be nice to find an apartment with utilites included, that way you know what you are paying each month (and can budget it).

Good Luck to you.

Daniel asks…

Would a full time student qualify for low income apartments?

would a student qualify for low income housing?

Administrator answers:

Not in the US. “low income apartments” are subsidized, and only for low income families, the disabled and the elderly. They are specifically NOT student housing.

Thomas asks…

I am looking for low income apartments in the Northern VA area?

If anyone have any info can you please help. Single parent can not afford the high rent.

Administrator answers:

Try looking on the websites of the various jusridictions. Many have programs to help low-income households.

George asks…

Does anyone know of any low income apartments in Aurora, il?

Long story – but the short version is I’m looking for low income apartments in the Aurora, IL area or surrounding areas. So far all that I’ve seen is Fox Pointe in Aurora, and some place in Batavia. Fox Pointe looks like a no go because of such bad reviews. Anyone lived there or know of any other place that may be a little safer? Thanks…

Administrator answers:

Web sites are a good place to find an apartment or house to rent, if you want to go through the entire list to find one in your state and then city.

The best place to look for places to rent is to go to the yellow pages of your telephone book, look under property managers.

These individuals list properties for rent in certain areas, so make sure you select the areas in which you wish to rent.

Call several of the property managers listed there, tell them you want a list of properties that they have for rent. Some will fax, email or mail the list of local places to rent along with the address, number of bedrooms and bath rooms, amenities available, such as washer and dryers or gyms, the monthly rental of the unit. Most will include a rental application. These list will include the monthly rental required, if a lease or month to month agreement will be signed. They will also indicate if they will accept Section 8 vouchers. They will also indicate it they have disabled access, allow pets and if so the type allowed.

They might indicate a web site that you might visit to get their list of places to rent. It does not cost to get a rental list from a reputable property manager.

Some will require you to stop by their office and pick up the list. A lot of them post their list outside so the list are available 24/7 360.

Make sure you don’t fall for the scams and purchase a list as 70%-80% of these list are composed of free list they have compiled. They are not the property managers of any property in most instances.

You might also google Property managers in whatever city or community you want to live in and see what comes up. Again do not pay for this information as it is free from reliable property managers.

I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck.


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