Finding Affordable Housing in Minnesota

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

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

Counties in Minnesota

Cities in Minnesota

Update to Minnesota housing

  • Village Green - Elderly
    Apartment (for Elderly )
    • Fridley, MN - 55432-4400
    • (763) 574-0674
  • Wimbledon Green
    Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly )
    • Saint Cloud, MN - 56303-3058
    • (320) 251-0509
  • Lewis Park
    Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Disabled )
    • Saint Paul, MN - 55117-5370
    • (651) 488-9923
  • Little Earth Of United Tribes
    Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family )
    • Minneapolis, MN - 55404-4033
    • (612) 729-9361
    The Little Earth Housing Corporation is governed by a board consisting of five residents and four at-large housing experts. The Housing Corporation is responsible for all of the operation and maintenance of all Little Earth apartments, townhouses, and communal facilities. The annual budget for the Housing Corporation is $2,870,000. Of this amount, 95% comes from government contracts with the federal Housing and Urban Development, and 5% is earned through resident rental payments.
  • Newbridge Apartments
    Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Disabled )
    • Rochester, MN - 55902-3353
    • 50728282841299
    Newbridge Apartments are subsidized, accessible units for individuals with disabilities Newbridge is located within 2 blocks of a police station and fire department. It is also located 2 blocks away from the Mayo clinic. There are 41 units at Newbridge. Eleven units are 2 bedrooms, and 30 units are 1 bedroom. Most units have roll in showers in the bathrooms.