Hamilton, NJ Low Income Housing

We list 2 Low Income Apartment complexes in or near Hamilton, NJ

Our listings include:
1. Privately owned subsidized housing apartments.
2. Public Housing apartments. These are owned by the state. They are affordable rentals for families who are low income, seniors, or disabled. We list the local housing authorities. They may have information on how to help you with your rental payments.
3. Housing Choice Voucher aka Section 8 listings. Contact your public housing authority to apply. Note: Most of these Section 8 lists are closed or have extended waiting lists.

We display monthly rates for the apartments when possible. Most of subsidized apartments base the rent on income, therefore, you will need to contact the apartment directly for rates. We list all pertinent contact information.

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Less than 1/4 of all HUD eligible households receive housing due to the current shortage of available housing. 2013 Harvard's Joint Center for Housing

There are 2 Affordable Apartment Complexes in or near Hamilton, NJ

McCorristin Square - Hamilton

99 Leonard Avenue
Hamilton, NJ - 08610
(609) 256-6512
mccorristin square offers 70 low income one bedroom units. This is a low income housing community and will have rent and income restrictions based on the area median income.hours of operation:m-f 8:30 am - 5:00 pm*given the demand for low income hous

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Family Guidance Center Corporation - Hamilton

1931 Nottingham Way
Hamilton, NJ - 08619
The national foundation for consumer credit (nfcc) opened the first consumer credit counseling service (cccs) in 1951. The nfcc acts as an umbrella to the more than 1,440 cccs offices located across the united states, canada, and puerto rico. The nfc

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