West Des Moines, IA Low Income Housing

Find low income apartments in West Des Moines, Iowa along with non profit organizations that help with low income housing needs.

We have listed the low income / affordable apartments in West Des Moines, IA.Properties include HUD low income housing, public housing offered by housing authorities along with non profit organizations that help with low income housing needs.

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For the most part, HUD listings are income based apartment rentals.You cannot earn more than the income limit on these properties.We list all information on our details pages along with information whether they are family apartments, disabled or senior apartments.

Active Listings In West Des Moines, IA

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Valley West Apartments

Valley West Apartments

1800 36th Street
West Des Moines, IA - 50266
(515) 223-0084

Description
This is a low income apartment. The government gives funds directly to this apartment owner. They charge lower rent for low income persons. Contact this apartment for low rent, Senior housing apartments with subsidized government low income rates. Call 515-223-0084 for more information. Located iclick here to view full description

$100.00 / Income Based*
$300.00 / Month To Month*
$600.00 / Income Based*
*These figures are user-contributed and not guaranteed. See More
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Nearby Area Listings

Due to the low number of listings in West Des Moines, we have added area listings below.

Indianola Park Apartments for Families

Indianola Park Apartments for Families

902 North 14th
Indianola, IA - 50125
(877) 635-6978

Nearby Low Income Housing: 18 miles from West Des Moines

Description
Indianola Park is an affordable housing community, with rental assistance provided by the USDA.  Residents pay 30% of the gross monthly household income, and the USDA subsidy pays the balance of the rent.  Water, sewer, and trash are paid by the landlord, and the resident is provided with a utilitclick here to view full description

Lake Park Apartments for Seniors

Lake Park Apartments for Seniors

602 Van Dorn Street
Polk City, IA - 50226
(877) 635-6987

Nearby Low Income Housing: 14 miles from West Des Moines

Description
Lake Park Apartments is an affordable housing community, with rental assistance provided by the USDA.  Residents pay 30% of the gross monthly household income, and the USDA subsidy pays the balance of the rent.  Water, sewer, and trash are paid by the landlord, and the resident is providedclick here to view full description

Norwalk Park Apartments for Families

Norwalk Park Apartments for Families

918 East 17th Street
Norwalk, IA - 50211
(877) 959-6393

Nearby Low Income Housing: 8 miles from West Des Moines

Description
918-928 East 17th StreetNorwalk Park Apartments is an affordable housing community, with rental assistance provided by the USDA. Residents pay 30% of the gross monthly household income, and the USDA subsidy pays the balance of the rent. Water, sewer, and trash are paid by the landlord, and the residclick here to view full description

Park Place Apartments for Families

Park Place Apartments for Families

505 E 4th Street
Huxley, IA - 50124
(888) 234-5201

Nearby Low Income Housing: 24 miles from West Des Moines

Description
Park Place Apartments is an affordable housing community, with rental assistance provided by the USDA. Residents pay 30% of the gross monthly household income, and the USDA subsidy pays the balance of the rent. Water, sewer, and trash are paid by the landlord, and the resident is provided with a uticlick here to view full description

Carlisle Park Apartments

Carlisle Park Apartments

1220 Hardin Drive
Carlisle, IA - 50047
(877) 221-8595

Nearby Low Income Housing: 15 miles from West Des Moines

Description
Carlisle Park Apartments is an affordable housing community, with rental assistance provided by the USDA.  Residents pay 30% of the gross monthly household income, and the USDA subsidy pays the balance of the rent.  Water, sewer, and trash are paid by the landlord, and the resident is provclick here to view full description