Flourtown, PA Low Income Housing

We located 1 low income housing complex in Flourtown, Pennsylvania. Due to the small amount of listings, we searched a 30 mile radius from Flourtown, PA. If we located any, we list them below along with the distance from Flourtown, PA.

Our listings include:
1. HUD apartments
2. Section 8 apartments
3. Public Housing apartments
4. Non profit senior and family low income apartments
5. Low income tax credit apartments (LIHTC)





Low Income/Affordable Housing in Flourtown, PA statistics
Average affordable monthly apartment cost in Flourtown$400.00
State of Pennsylvania Median Income$87,400
State of Pennsylvania Median Metropolitan Income$72,600
State of Pennsylvania Median Non-Metropolitan Income$57,500
Montgomery County, PA Income Limits Summary
* Important: Your income, and income limit category, is needed to apply to most of the apartments on our list.
Income Limit AreaMontgomery County
Median Income$87,400
Income Limit CategoryVery Low (50%) Income LimitsExtremely Low Income Limits
Person(s) In Family1$30,600$18,340
2$35,000$20,960
3$39,350$23,580
4$43,700$26,200
5$47,200$28,296

Active Listings In Flourtown, PA

Bethlehem Retirement Village

Bethlehem Retirement Village

100 W Wissahickon Ave
Flourtown, PA - 19031
(215) 233-0998

Description
Bethlehem Village is an affordable housing residence for the elderly. Bethlehem Village may only accept applications from applicants meeting the very
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$400.00 / Income Based*
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Nearby Area Listings

Due to the low number of listings in Flourtown, we have added area listings below.



Carl Mackley Apartments

Carl Mackley Apartments

1401 E Bristol St
Philadelphia, PA - 19124
(215) 533-1564

Nearby Low Income Housing: 9 miles from Flourtown

Description
Carl Mackley Apartments Philadelphia is a Low-Income Housing Tax Credit apartment located Philadelphia, PA. If you are looking for an affordable housing option, these rental apartments are supported by the LIHTC and having the applicable program rent and income restrictions.The LIHTC gives incentive
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Foxwood Manor

Foxwood Manor

2180 Veterans Highway
Levittown, PA - 19056
(215) 547-2170

Nearby Low Income Housing: 17 miles from Flourtown

Description
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pmCommunity Amenities:    Online Payments Available     24-Hour Emergency Maintenance    Adjacent #128/129 Septa Bus Line    Community Room    Grilling Area    KidsFirst Recreation Room    Nearby Parks and Recreation    Online Payments Accep
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Crestbury Apartments

Crestbury Apartments

2553 S 8th Street
Camden, NJ - 08104
(856) 541-6577

Nearby Low Income Housing: 15 miles from Flourtown

Description
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 am - 5:00Community Amenities:    Professional Onsite Leasing Staff    Private Onsite Street Parking    Clothes Care Center    Resident Community Playground    Free Resident Community Events    Monthly Community News letter    24 Hour Emergency Maintenan
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Ardmore Crossing Apartments Ardmore

Ardmore Crossing Apartments Ardmore

213 W County Line Rd
Ardmore, PA - 19003
(610) 645-7708

Nearby Low Income Housing: 8 miles from Flourtown

Description
Ardmore Crossing Apartments Ardmore is a Low-Income Housing Tax Credit apartment located Ardmore, PA. If you are looking for an affordable housing option, these rental apartments are supported by the LIHTC and having the applicable program rent and income restrictions.The LIHTC gives incentives to b
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Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County

Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County

533 Foundry Rd,
West Norristown, PA - 19403
(610) 278-7710

Nearby Low Income Housing: 7 miles from Flourtown

Description
Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County (HFHMC) is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International.   HFHMC is an independent, locally run, nonprofit 501 (c)(3) organization. Habitat helps low- and moderate-income families become homeowners by building and partnering in the creation of
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