Finding Affordable Housing in Arizona

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

Most listings found here are descriptions of affordable housing in Arizona. There is a range of options for the low income renter seeking housing in Arizona, 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 Arizona 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 Arizona. 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 Arizona without paying too much!

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  • Escalante Apartments
    Multi-Family Housing Rental (for Family)
    • Page, AZ - 86040
    • (928) 645-5407
  • Mcdowell East Apartments
    Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
    • Phoenix, AZ - 85008
    • (602) 275-2323
    McDowell East Apartments is located in Phoenix Arizona, on 24th Street and McDowell Road. McDowell East Apartments is a Section 8 Project Based Housing Community offering housing to low income tenants. The property offers 1 bedroom/1 bath units at 657 square feet, 2 bedroom/1 bath units at 772 square feet, and 3 bedroom/1 bath units at 982 square feet with all utilities included. Rent amount is based on your income. McDowell East Apartments has laundry facilities on site, a pool, and is close to shopping.
  • Villa De Confianza
    Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Disabled)
    • Phoenix, AZ - 85009
    • (602) 233-0115
  • Gene Rice Rosa Linda Apartments
    Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
    • Peoria, AZ - 85345
    • (623) 486-9232
    Gene Rice is a HUD Section 8/202 apartment community designed especially for the elderly and mobility impaired living. You’ll find everything you want and need here - including utilities - at an affordable, subsidized price. That means no surprise expenses to worry about. This 84-unit Tiempo community offers studio and one-bedroom apartments in a park-like atmosphere with in-unit emergency call systems, a large recreational room with up-to-date library, gazebo with barbecue grill, and well-landscaped, spacious grounds. With so many options for fun, you’ll only need to leave the grounds for shopping or errands, and both are a snap to get to from Gene Rice. The property is conveniently located in the sun-soaked city of Peoria, a large suburb of Phoenix. And with the Valley METRO bus stop right outside the front door, residents are mere minutes from several nearby medical facilities including Banner Dell E. Webb Medical Center. In addition, Arrowhead Mall and other shopping, services, and restaurants are all minutes from this community.
  • Mesa Silvercrest
    Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
    • Mesa, AZ - 85201
    • (480) 649-9117
    For seniors living alone and/or have limited incomes, their ability to access services, participate in social and cultural activities, and provide themselves with nutritional meals is compromised. Social isolation resulting from loss of personal mobility can lead to depression and sharp declines in physical health (Maricopa Association of Governments Regional Action Plan on Aging and Mobility). Our Silvercrest Senior Residences provide low-income, subsidized housing for seniors 62 years and older, and people with disabilities. The residences provide one-bedroom and studio apartments to individuals who qualify through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Section 8-202 programs. The Silvercrest buildings are located next to Salvation Army corps, which allows for many unique opportunities and a strong sense of community.