People looking for senior living apartments can use the search engine on the Caring.com website, according to AARP. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development offers a search tool on its website for people searching for low-income housing for seniors, according to the agency.
Caring.com offers a national database of senior independent and assisted living apartments, which includes photos, reviews by residents and family members, lists of amenities, and cost information, states AARP. Visitors to the Caring.com website can read articles related to finding the right apartments and what to expect during a senior housing search, conduct searches by location or type of facility, and receive individualized help from advisers, according to Caring.com.
People looking for apartments for low-income seniors can search for subsidized private apartments or public housing, or find apartments on their own and use HUD housing choice vouchers to pay all or part of the rent, according to HUD. People who choose private apartments already listed with HUD apply directly through apartment rental offices. People wishing to live in public housing apartments for seniors, or who wish to apply for Section 8 low-income vouchers for apartments they find on their own, can apply through public agencies found through a link on the HUB website.