52 low income housing apartment complexes in New Haven, Connecticut.
- Updated HUD listings.
- Income (based) restricted housing tax credit apartments.
- Section 8 apartments.
- New Haven, CT Housing Authority.
- Public Housing.
- Non profit senior and family low income apartments.
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Low Income/Affordable Housing in New Haven, CT statistics
How does income and housing costs in New Haven compare with Connecticut income averages.
|Average affordable monthly apartment cost in New Haven||$603.00|
|State of Connecticut Median Income||$91,600|
|State of Connecticut Median Metropolitan Income||$91,600|
|State of Connecticut Median Non-Metropolitan Income||$91,700|
Most apartments have waiting lists. Unfortunately, most of these waiting lists are closed for years.
We list all of the area low income housing apartments. You will need to contact them and see the current status of the waiting lists. Hopefully, you can find some listings that are available for rental.