Belle Glade, Florida Low Income Apartments

Income restricted apartments

We provide a directory of low income apartments to residents.

Listings Include:
- Federally Subsidized Rental Assistance Programs
- Low income apartments for low income persons in need
- Non-profit organizations that offer help paying rent
- Housing assistance services

HUD Fair Market Rent For Belle Glade, Florida - Palm Beach County

Studio Apartments: $1208

One Bedroom Apartments: $1506

Two Bedroom Apartments: $2043

Three Bedroom Apartments: $2422

Top 3 rental apartments in or near Belle Glade

Glades Pioneer Terrace

200 Dorothy Wilford Cir
Belle Glade, FL - 33430
Glades Pioneer Terrace provides Senior apartments. Glades Pioneer Terrace is a low rent apartment in Belle Glade. This apartment provides low incom

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Glades-diamond Housing

100 Down Circle
Belle Glade, FL - 33430
(561) 996-9705
Glades-diamond Housing provides Senior apartments. Glades-diamond Housing is a low rent apartment in Belle Glade. This apartment provides low incom

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Quiet Waters - Senior Affordable Apartments

306 S.W. 10th Street
Belle Glade, FL - 33430
(561) 996-7040
Quiet Waters is a community for seniors designed to provide a comfortable and welcoming environment for its residents. Enjoy one bedroom furnished residences with spacious bathroom

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More Low Income Housing

Due to the small number of low income apartments in Belle Glade we have listed some area listings below.

Harlem Gardens Apartments

700 Harlem Tenants Circle #712
Clewiston, FL - 33440
(863) 983-8312
Location: 18.15 miles from Belle Glade
Harlem Gardens Apartments offers family apartments. Harlem Gardens Apartments is a low rent apartment in Clewiston. This apartment provides homes for low-income families. This does not necessarily mean that the entire apartment complex has a low income. This just means that the apartments provide some low-income apartmen...

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How to find and apply for Low Income Housing in Belle Glade, Florida

Your first step should always be your local housing authority. They can let you know about area public housing, subsidized housing, section 8 rentals, etc. You can also go through qualifications, sliding fee scale tables etc, with personnel.

Check on Waiting Lists

Before applying, make sure you know the status on waiting lists. Subsidized housing is hard to come by. Most good apartments have long waiting lists.

Section 8 Vouchers

You can apply for Housing Choice Vouchers at your local housing authority. HCV's (Housing Choice Vouchers) pay the balance of rent payments that exceed 30% of your monthly rental rates.

Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Properties

LIHTC apartments are approved apartments that provide a number of apartments for low income people. A good place to start looking for these properties are HUD approved Counseling Agencies. We provide many of these locations on