There are many resources available to members of the Fort Collins Community looking for affordable housing options.
The City of Fort Collins has made a commitment to offer many programs to educate community members about the options they have for affordable living. These programs are offered for all members of the community including students. Click here for a list of current programs being offered by the City of Fort Collins and to learn how to take advantage of these opportunities.
Another great resource for low-income and affordable housing in the Fort Collins area is Fort Collins Housing Authority. The FCHA offers help in finding housing and rental solutions based off of your income. The properties involved in FCHA are all owned by non-profit public entities and ensure that all of their properties are discrimination free. Their site features a property search of over 700 low-income or affordable housing choices, a comprehensive walk-through of the application process, frequently asked questions about affordable living options, and much more. Click here to view their website and learn more about their inexpensive and flexible properties.
There are also resources available from the federal government. The government defines affordable housing as paying no more than 30% of your annual income to housing. If you do, you may be considered financially burdened. There are grants and loans available through the U.S. Department of Housing to those who qualify as well as programs available for those needing assistance. Click here to view the Community Planning and Development Affordable Housing Page.
If you know you qualify for Section 8 Housing, visit either wetakesection8.com or Socialserve.com to begin your search.