Finding Affordable Housing in Alabama

Welcome to! Here it is easy to find information on Alabama low income apartments. Just click on a city in the list of Alabama cities below.

Most listings found here are descriptions of affordable housing in Alabama. There is a range of options for the low income renter seeking housing in Alabama, including listings of housing types sponsored by Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and properties sponsored by state or local housing authorities.

Some apartments listed here will require prospective residents to meet income eligibility requirements and other guidelines specific to a housing authority, and other properties will be open to all residents needing Alabama low income apartments.

The listings are not comprehensive for each geographic area, but we do strive to provide as many listings as available per city in Alabama. Our goal is to match each website user with as many affordable housing opportunities as possible.

We welcome user reviews and corrections of property listings. It is also our desire to meet your information needs. If you need help, please do not hesitate to contact us. You should be able to find affordable housing in Alabama without paying too much!

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  • Enterprise Retirement Center
    Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
    • Enterprise, AL - 36330
    • (334) 393-5998
    40 apartment complex 32 - 1 bedroom and 8- 2 bedroom apts. USDA Rural Housing complex for 62 or older or on disability. Rent is based on income. No application fee. Security Deposit is required. There is a Pet Deposit also. Electricity, water, garage pick up, pest control and lawn care is included in rent.
  • Eastview Retirement Center
    Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
    • Montgomery, AL - 36117
    • (334) 279-7673
    Eastview is a facility specifically designed for the elderly, those 62 and above. We do have five handicap accessible units that are available to those who are mobility impaired whether or not they are 62, providing they would readily benefit from living in such units. All other units are available only to those who are 62 and above.
  • Chanticleer Apartments
    Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
    • Selma, AL - 36701
    • (334) 875-9310
    Chanticleer Apartments is the premier affordable housing community in the Selma area. We provide our residents with a warm friendly staff, countless amentities, and a family oriented community. We offer 1, 2, & 3 bedroom luxury apartments as well as some handicap accessible units.
  • Wesley Glen Retirement Community
    Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
    • Decatur, AL - 35603
    • (256) 355-8281
    In 1997, the Alabama Housing Finance Authority awarded Methodist Homes funds on a competitive basis to develop Wesley Glen Apartments in Decatur, Alabama. The 55-unit apartment community began service in February 1999 for senior persons who have limited income, and is adjacent to the Wesley Acres property.
  • Seymour House
    Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Disabled)
    • Double Springs, AL - 35553
    • (205) 489-0098
    Northwest offers a wide array of adult mental illness residential services and facilities conveniently located in each of our five counties. Levels of care extend from intensely structured Residential Care Homes with Specialized Services (Behavioral) to Residential Care Homes (Basic) to Supported Housing Apartments. Our primary referral sources are Bryce and North Alabama Regional State Hospitals, Walker Baptist Behavioral Medicine Unit and other local psychiatric inpatient units, Northwest and other community mental health center programs (typically Outpatient and Day Programs) and the community at large. Appropriate referrals require a primary psychiatric diagnosis, are voluntary and have a history of requiring state or local inpatient psychiatric hospitalization or carry a high-risk diagnosis, are in need of 24-hour protective oversight and/or supervision in daily living and demonstrate a combination of symptoms and behaviors that can be effectively managed in these type settings (i.e. not requiring inpatient hospitalization or whose needs would be met if receiving treatment in a less structured setting). Exclusionary criteria include those with a principal diagnosis of alcoholism or drug dependence, primary physical disorders, primary organic disorder (brain damage), or principal diagnosis of intellectual deficit. The following services are provided in-house by each program or arranged by the residential staff depending upon the needs of the individual consumer: Assistance in applying for benefits; Assistance in improving social and communication skills; Assistance with medication management; Assistance in the development of basic living skills; Basic vocational training and/or referral; Community orientation; Recreation and activities; Assistance in locating and maintaining appropriate long-term community placement; Transportation to and from necessary community services and supports; Education about mental illness; Family Support and Education.