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Montana Affordable Housing in Billings and Eastern Montana

View affordable housing and low income housing for rent in Billings, Laurel and the surrounding areas of Eastern Montana. Affordable housing can be found in these categories on our website: Section 8 Tenant Based, Section 8 Project Based, and Section 42 Tax Credit.
 

Section 8 Vouchers

If you have a Section 8 Voucher, you can view these affordable housing listings offered by landlords and property managers that accept Section 8 Vouchers. The listings are sorted by price so you can find the homes that are within the price limits of your Section 8 Voucher.

Billings Section 8 Laurel Section 8 Park City Section 8

Some Section 8 rentals only qualify for those with children that are 6 years of age or older. View this list if you have children 6 years of age or older.
 

Affordable Housing Based on Income

These low income apartments have a certain number of units that are available to individuals whose income falls within specific guidelines established by HUD. If you qualify, you pay a percentage of your income for rent. You do not need a Section 8 Voucher to live in these apartments. You should talk with the manager to see if they have available units and if your income falls within the guidelines established by HUD.
 

The owners of these homes, apartments and duplexes have received a tax credit from HUD for making these homes available at reasonble rates. There are income limits established by HUD that determine whether you qaulify for renting one of these apartments.
 

Low Income Housing

Affordable housing was formerly referred to as low income housing. Low income apartments, low income senior apartments, and low income homes are listed at Free Rental Finder by landlords and managers that work with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to offer these programs.
 

Affordable Housing Assistance from Local Agencies

Residents in Billings and Eastern Montana can be thankful for agencies that assist individuals in finding affordable housing. These agencies administer programs authorized by HUD, the State of Montana, the City of Billings, or other funding sources. You may contact these agencies for more information on the services they provide.
 

Housing Authority of BillingsHousing Authority of Billings

The Housing Authority of Billings (HAB) administers a variety of affordable housing programs for residents that live within the city limits of Billings, Montana. Programs include the Public Housing Program, Project Based Section 8 units for elderly and disabled, Tenant Based Section 8, and other affordable housing projects. They can assist you in applying for a Section 8 Voucher or in finding affordable housing that meets your needs. All programs work from a waiting list. Your position on the list is based on date and time of application. HAB also provides training and education programs.

2415 1st Avenue North
Billings, Montana 59101

(406) 245-6391
 

HRDC District 7HRDC District 7

The Human Resource Development Council administers the Section 8 Voucher program for residents outside the city limits of Billings, Montana. They have many other programs for all residents in and out of the Billings city limits. You can find information on child care subsidy, food programs, assistance for energy bills and weatherization, and much more.

7 North 31st Street
Billings, Montana 59101

(406) 247-4732
 

homeWORD affordable housing in Billings, MontanahomeWORD

homeWORD partners with local organizations to develop affordable housing for residents in the Billings area. 2 projects they have developed to date are The Acme, a historic building downtown and High Sierra, a single-family home development in the Heights.

2722 3rd Avenue North, Suite 240
Billings, Montana 59101

(406) 255-0298
 

Housing Montana

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Housing Montana enables you to own your own home through various programs.

Raising the Neighborhood: This Mutual Self-Help Housing Program allows families and individuals with moderate to low income to contribute "sweat equity" in the construction of a new home in exchange for a down payment.

Welcome Home: This homebuyer education program provides individuals with the tools they need to become successful home owners from pre-purchasing through post-home ownership, one-on-one education and counseling services.

Tool-Library: Coming Soon!!! Housing Montana’s tool lending library. Call today for more information.

3936 Avenue B, Suite D
Billings, MT 59102

(406) 294-4663


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