Seneca, SC Low Income Housing

There are 8 low income housing apartment complexes in Seneca, South Carolina.

Low Income Housing Types:

  1. HUD apartments
  2. Section 8 apartments
  3. Seneca, SC Housing Authority
  4. Public Housing apartments
  5. Non profit senior and family low income apartments
  6. Low income tax credit apartments (LIHTC)

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Low Income/Affordable Housing in Seneca, SC statistics

How does income and housing costs in Seneca compare with South Carolina income averages.

Average affordable monthly apartment cost in Seneca $444.00
State of South Carolina Median Income $65,100
State of South Carolina Median Metropolitan Income $61,100
State of South Carolina Median Non-Metropolitan Income $45,900

8 Low Income Housing Apartments In Seneca, SC

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Stribling Place

Stribling Place

115 North Striblin Seneca, SC - 29678

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2 of 8
Mountain Trace Associates Lp

Mountain Trace Associates Lp

1000 Hillsborough Seneca, SC - 29678

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3 of 8
Spring Valley Elderly Housing

Spring Valley Elderly Housing

110 Field Village Seneca, SC - 29678

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4 of 8
Greenfield Apartments

Greenfield Apartments

1096 Fairfield Dr Seneca, SC - 29678

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Seneca Gardens Apartments.

Seneca Gardens Apartments.

819-14 Laing St Seneca, SC - 29678

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Sloan Street Housing Development Phase Ii

Sloan Street Housing Development Phase Ii

Sloan And Sherard Seneca, SC - 29678

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Field Village Apartments

Field Village Apartments

110 Field Village Seneca, SC - 29678

Field Village Apartments offers independent living for residents over 62 years old and mobility imp ...

Income Limits in Seneca, South Carolina. Oconee County, SC Income Limits Summary*
Income Limit Area Oconee County
Median Income $65,100
Income Limit Category Very Low (50%) Income Limits Extremely Low Income Limits
Person(s) In Family 1 $22,800 $13,685
2 $26,050 $15,640
3 $29,300 $17,595
4 $32,550 $19,550
5 $35,200 $21,114

* Important: Your income, and income limit category, is needed to apply to most of the apartments on our list.

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