St. Clair Village
Belleville, IL - 62221

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St. Clair Village

409 Carlyle East
Belleville, IL - 62221
612 604-5302


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St. Clair Village is a HUD Apartment. HUD residents usually pay 30% of their gross income for rent. The rent amount, less approved HUD deductions such as medical and child care expenses, and other allowances, includes a utility allowance. HUD Residents also may choose to pay what is known as flat rent. The HACC works with applicants to determine which rent arrangement is best for them.

Median apartment rental rate in this zip code: $892
Population in zip code: 30,301
Media age of those living in this zip code: 38.2
Media household income of those living in this zip code: $69,107
Average home value in this zip code: $171,030


St. Clair Village is a low income housing apartment subsidized by the federal governments HUD (Housing and Urban Development Division). Contact St. Clair Village for complete details on the current vacancies and housing applications.

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Type: One Bedroom Available
Type: Two Bedroom Available


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Federal Poverty Guidelines for 2021 - effective January 2021
Persons In Family Household Poverty Guideline
For Households with more than 8 persons, add $4,480 for each additional person.
1 $12,760
2 $17,240
3 $21,720
4 $26,200
5 $30,680
6 $35,160
7 $39,640
8 $44,120

*Alaska and Hawaii have different rates for HUD federal poverty guidelines.
These numbers above represent 100% of the Federal Poverty Rate. In order to get in some apartments the 100% rate changes to things like 200%. In these cases, you will only need to multiply the rate in each category by 2.


Comments
  • Reply User   2020-04-23 17:48:13

    I moved in 02/29/2020 on 03/04/2020 my entire living room area flood due to a sewer backup destroying me & my children's clothing. Every since moving in i have had some type of problems with their pipes.. On 03/18/2020 another flood occurred, upstairs, causing my ceiling to fall.. It is now a month later & my ceiling has not been replaced. Its smells like death in here however my complaints are going unanswered! As if this hell of a experience wasn’t bad enough a closet door came off the hinges falling onto my daughter! This place was not ready to be occupied and they do not care, save yourself the headache & move somewhere else!!!

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