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Low Income Housing In Las Vegas, Nevada

Las Vegas Low Income HousingThe Economic and Urban Development Department of the City of Las Vegas is responsible for managing affordable and low income housing programs for low-income Las Vegas residents.  The Homeless Prevention Rapid Rehousing Program includes 40 single-family homes for rent to households with qualifying income.  The City's Neighborhood Stabilization Program provides funds to families with incomes limited up to 120% of the area median income to buy abandoned or foreclosed homes within targeted area throughout the city.  Financial assistance for downpayment and/or closing costs are included. 

Nevada state legislature requires redevelopment agencies of cities with populations greater than 300,000 to set aside 18% of their tax revenue to increase and improve affordable homes for low-income households.  Las Vegas has been successful in utilizing these funds to provide a variety of apartments, single- and multi-family homes, and mixed-use and mixed-income apartments.

In addition, the Low Income Housing Trust Fund (LIHTF) provides more newly-constructed and rehabilitated rental housing for low-income families whose income does not exceed 60% of the area median income.  If the median income for a family of four is $50,000, for example, a qualifying family must have income of no more than $30,000 to receive housing assistance under the LIHTF program.  Las Vegas also offers the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) program to provide housing assistance for persons infected with HIV or AIDS.  Qualifying recipients must meet HUD Section 8 housing income limitations. 

Read more about Las Vegas' low income housing options at www.lasvegasnevada.gov


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