Individuals can find low-income rental homes by turning to the U.S. Housing and Urban Development website to search for subsidized homes in their area or any area they wish to reside, says SFGate. Individuals can also contact the local public housing authority to locate homes for rent in their area.
A person can find low-income housing for rent in the area of his choice by contacting the U.S. Housing and Urban Development online to enter the details about the type of housing he is searching for, as well as the desired locations, states SFGate. From there, choices are narrowed down to specifically meet the renter's need. Subsidized housing supported by the government and rent are set at a flat rate based on income criteria, with the government paying the difference.
Renters can also go to the local public housing authority to apply for the housing voucher program or for public housing. Public housing is available to those with low income, and rent is based on the adjusted gross income of the renter, less any deductions. It is possible that renters can choose their own home or apartment to rent, as long as the landlord agrees to accept the voucher for rent, says SFGate.