Illinois Low Income Apartments

HUD subisidized apartments

We provide a directory of Low Income Apartments. Our listings of Low Income Apartments include senior apartments, apartments for those with disabilities and low income families.

On our listing pages we provide user comments and reviews. Residents that have lived at these apartments provide valuable information and advice new prospective tenants.

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The Oaks

114 S Humphrey
Oak Park, IL - 60302

Harvest Hills Apartments

901 South 36th Street
Quincy, IL - 62301

Cedar Ridge Senior Affordable Apartments

950 Cedar Ridge Lane
Richton Park, IL - 60471

Edwin Berry Manor

737 E 69th Street
Chicago, IL - 60637

Garden House Of Park Forest

69 Park Ave
Park Forest, IL - 60466
(708) 747-6460

Andrea Arms Apartments

1024 Crabel Court
Chillicothe, IL - 61523

Sequoya Apartments

15-a Sequoya Street
Shabbona, IL - 60550
(815) 758-2692

Hidden Glen

290 N. Stadium Dr.
Bourbonnais, IL - 60914
(815) 932-9265

Ellis Lakeview Apartments

4624 S Ellis Ave
Chicago, IL - 60653

Ridgewood Towers

545 42nd Ave
East Moline, IL - 61244

Holstenbond Lp/lawndale Restoration

3206 W Douglas Blvd
Chicago, IL - 60623

Meds Apartments

60 E 36th Pl
Chicago, IL - 60653

Urbanite Apartments

5441 S Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL - 60615
(773) 873-4433

Edwin F Diecke Home

1005 E Division Street
Lombard, IL - 60148

Canticle Place

26 West 171 Roosevelt Rd.
Wheaton, IL - 60189
(630) 784-2576

Steele Street Affordable Apartments

980 Steele Street
Louisville, IL - 62858
(618) 665-4081

Hickory Street Affordable Apartments

233 E. Chestnut Street
Louisville, IL - 62858
(618) 665-4081

Washington Plaza

2301 W Washington Road
Springfield, IL - 62702
(312) 464-9444

Hickory Road Manor

4160 Continental Drive
Waukegan, IL - 60087
(847) 244-9696

Vandalia-country Place Apartments

9-16 W Johnson Street
Vandalia, IL - 62471

How to find and apply for Low Income Housing

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