Renters can find low-income apartments for rent through websites like Apartment Guide and Social Serve or through the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Low-income housing allows renters to secure housing at lower rates based on their income levels.
HUD offers several options for low-income apartments for rent, including housing vouchers, public housing facilities and privately owned subsidized housing alternatives.
Users can also search Apartment Guide's low-income housing options from their website. They can enter specific criteria, such as the name of the city or the rent amount sought.
Social Serve is a nonprofit organization that connects low-income housing landlords with prospective tenants across the U.S. It operates a network of websites dedicated to specific regions and needs.