Affordable Housing Resources
AGPM Property Management - We specialize in the acquisition of general partnership and investor limited partnership interests now totaling 53 partnerships and 9,130 affordable units. We also specialize in the acquisition of debt secured by distressed rental apartment communities. We previously served as SEC registered investment advisor in real estate. Learn more about affordable housing available in your area at https://www.agpmonline.com/communities
Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD): Visit HUD's website (www.hud.gov) for information on affordable housing programs, rental assistance, and resources specific to your state.
Affordable Housing Online: This website (www.affordablehousingonline.com) offers a comprehensive database of affordable housing options, including low-income apartments, Section 8 housing, and subsidized housing programs.
Local Housing Authorities: Contact your local housing authority to inquire about affordable housing programs, rental vouchers, and subsidized housing options available in your area. You can find your local housing authority's contact information through the HUD website.
SocialServe: SocialServe (www.socialserve.com) is a non-profit organization that provides an online directory of affordable housing options across the United States. You can search for housing based on your location, income, and specific needs.
Local Non-Profit Organizations: Many non-profit organizations, such as Habitat for Humanity and local community development corporations, offer affordable housing programs. Research and contact organizations in your area to explore potential housing opportunities.
State Housing Finance Agencies: Each state has a housing finance agency that provides information on affordable housing programs, down payment assistance, and homebuyer education. Search online for your state's housing finance agency to access their resources.
Rent to Own Programs: Rent-to-own programs can be an option for affordable homeownership. These programs allow you to rent a home with the possibility of purchasing it in the future. Search for rent-to-own programs in your area to explore available opportunities.
Local Newspapers and Community Bulletin Boards: Check local newspapers' classified sections and community bulletin boards for rental listings and affordable housing options advertised by landlords and property owners in your area.
Word of Mouth and Networking: Inform your friends, family, and colleagues that you are searching for affordable housing. Sometimes, people may know of available rentals or housing opportunities that are not widely advertised.
Remember, availability and eligibility for affordable housing programs can vary based on location and income. It's advisable to explore multiple resources and contact organizations directly to get the most up-to-date and accurate information for your specific circumstances.