HUD housing is a program that provides safe and affordable low-income housing to low-income families, the Department of Housing and Urban Development states. The program is administered by HUD, and families paying more t... More »

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HUD is an acronym for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. This government agency assists individuals and families with purchasing a home and paying rent. It also handles housing-related discrimination c... More »

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The US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) works with local housing authorities across the country to provide a number of housing assistance programs to renters. The local housing authorities manage public ... More »

The HUD public housing program is available to low-income families and individuals, the elderly and the disabled. Eligibility is based on annual gross income, whether the applicant is an elderly or a disabled person, and... More »

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The Section 8 program provides rental subsidies to low-income families, while the HUD housing program provides government-owed homes to low-income families at discounted rental rates. The Section 8 program awards rental ... More »

To qualify for public housing, such as apartments from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, individuals or families must have low incomes. Additionally, they must be U.S. citizens or eligible immigrants ... More »

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HUD housing programs, or the benefits established by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, were designed to give low-income families, people with disabilities and the elderly access to safe and decent ren... More »