Last Updated: February 10, 2023
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Be aware that most listings for affordable housing have waiting lists. We encourage you to apply to as many as possible so we hope you will check the website once a month for new listings. To obtain an application contact the property manager or go to the property management office.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is Affordable Housing?
- The listing I am interested in has a waitlist. How long are these waitlists, usually?
- What are immediate affordable housing opportunities in Alameda County (without waiting lists)?
- What is an SRO?
- How do I find a roommate situation?
- What is a sober living home?
- What is Transitional housing?
- What if I find an apartment that’s available next month, but I don’t have a place to stay until then?
- What if I can afford the rent, but I can’t afford the security deposit?
- I have an eviction or bad credit on my record. Are there still housing options for me?
- What if I don’t meet income qualifications?
- I have a disability. Do I have a right to a Reasonable Accommodation?
- What is Section 8? How do I get it?
- What is Public Housing?
- I have fallen behind on my rent. How can I get help?
- What is rent control? Do all cities in Alameda County have it?
- How does the developer decide if I am eligible for affordable housing and what is AMI?
2 bdrm House. Rent $2,300. Dep. $2,300. Min. Income 3x the rent. Wheelchair No. Unit Includes: 1 bath, stove, and refrigerator, washer/dryer hookup, fenced front yard. Off street parking.
- Tenant Pays All Utilities.
- Credit Check Fee $25 for 1 person $35 for 2
- Accepts Section 8
- Accepts Vendor Pay
- May work with Cosigners
- Does not work with Previous Evictions
- Will work with Deposit Assistance Programs.
- Near Public Transportation, Schools and Shops
- No Pets
Contact (510) 481-9901