Valley View Apartments
Rockford, IL - 61108

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Valley View Apartments

3303 E State St
Rockford, IL - 61108
815 399-5523


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Valley View Apartments 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: $858
Population in zip code: 28,205
Media age of those living in this zip code: 41.3
Media household income of those living in this zip code: $53,829
Average home value in this zip code: $99,193


Valley View Apartments is a low income housing apartment subsidized by the federal governments HUD (Housing and Urban Development Division). Contact Valley View Apartments 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 2022
Persons In Family Household Poverty Guideline
For Households with more than 8 persons, add $4,480 for each additional person.
1 $12,880
2 $17,420
3 $21,960
4 $26,500
5 $31,040
6 $35,580
7 $40,120
8 $44,660

*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.


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  • Reply User   2021-05-28 18:34:07

    I was told vv was a great place to live as a senior citizen or disabled. I applied,gave them all information they asked for,signed the papers and was shown the unit that i would live in. After over a week i didn't hear from them,i called to find out what was happening and their manager told me i had been denied because my former landlord that i had been renting from for 5 years totally trashed me,she lied about damages she claims i did,over 3,000 dollars worth. She intentionally scrape paint off the walls,scuffed up the kitchen floor,said my rent checks bounced,just all these lies. Little did she know i took pictures when i moved in and when i left,i also had three adults with me who could verify that it was cleaner after then when i moved in. They wouldn't even listen to my side of the situation or call 4 references that would also vouch for me and discredit my former landlord. She didn't give one care that she was lying and i could prove it. I was beyond disappointed and sad,that apartment was exactly what i was looking for and to be dismissed like i was not important or at least defend myself against a whole pack of lies made me very upset. I feel i was treated so unfair ly by their management,even if they offered me an apartment now,i wouldn't take it and i am homeless,i'm 59-year-old and physically disabled,i live in my vehicle because i can't find anything that suits my needs or doesn't accept housing vouchers or pets or is just to expensive. So,i just want to thank tv for their fairness and objectivity,you can't take just one persons word,if i was such a bad tenant,why did she allow me to live in her rental for 5 years? I've known this woman since 7th grade,she knew i was a good tenant.

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