There are 10 low income housing apartment complexes in Burbank, California.
Low Income Housing Types:
- HUD apartments
- Section 8 apartments
- Burbank, CA Housing Authority
- Public Housing apartments
- Non profit senior and family low income apartments
- Low income tax credit apartments (LIHTC)
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Low Income/Affordable Housing in Burbank, CA statistics
How does income and housing costs in Burbank compare with California income averages.
|Average affordable monthly apartment cost in Burbank||$674.00|
|State of California Median Income||$91,100|
|State of California Median Metropolitan Income||$73,600|
|State of California Median Non-Metropolitan Income||$59,900|