Section 8 Rentals in District of Columbia (20)

   
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2 Bed/1 Bath - Duplex for Rent - $2104

4825 4th Nw St

Washington, DC 20011
$2,104/mo

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5 Bed/2.5 Bath - Townhouse for Rent - $5462

1637 Kramer Ne St

Washington, DC 20002
$5,462/mo

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3 Bed/1 Bath - Apartment for Rent - $2129

3287 15th Se Pl

Washington, DC 20020
$2,129/mo

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1 Bed/1 Bath - Apartment for Rent - $1238

1204 Talbert Se St

Washington, DC 20020
$1,238/mo

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1 Bed/1 Bath - House for Rent - $2400

1817 10th Nw St #B

Washington, DC 20001
$2,400/mo

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3 Bed/1 Bath - Apartment for Rent - $2129

2936 Knox Se Pl

Washington, DC 20020
$2,129/mo

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0 Bed/1 Bath - Apartment for Rent - $1851

1616 Marion Nw St

Washington, DC 20001
$1,851 - $2,502/mo

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2 Bed/2 Bath - Apartment for Rent - $2872

1309 Euclid Nw St #1

Washington, DC 20009
$2,872/mo

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2 Bed/1 Bath - Apartment for Rent - $2300

337 Delafield Nw Pl

Washington, DC 20011
$2,300/mo

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3 Bed/1 Bath - Apartment for Rent - $2258

3107 G Se St #3

Washington, DC 20019
$2,258/mo

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Finding a Section 8 Rentals in DC

If you live in the local DC area, finding a Section 8 rental is not as difficult as you might imagine it would be. Section 8 is a type of housing assistance program offered to individuals and families with low income. Sponsored by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, often referred to as HUD, this program is designed to provide low income individuals and families with a house or an apartment when they might not otherwise be able to afford the cost on their own.

When searching for Section 8 housing assistance in DC, it is important to know that you will be required to meet certain income requirements. While Section 8 is available throughout the country, the income requirements to qualify for the program do vary from one part of the country to another. In most instances, you will need to have an income level that is less than 50% of the income level for the area where you wish to rent. In this case, that area would be the DC metro area.

Although it is widely believed that Section 8 houses and apartments are managed by state organizations, many private landlords in the local DC area have now recognized the benefits to offering Section 8 rentals. As a result, there are now an increasing number of privately owned apartments and houses which have been approved by HUD. One of the many benefits of renting a Section 8 house or apartment is that you will only be required to pay a rental amount you are able to realistically afford. The remaining amount of rental money owed to the landlord will be paid by the federal government. If you have found yourself in the same position as many families and individuals in the local DC area and you are wondering how you will be able to afford the rising cost of rent, a Section 8 rental in DC could be the right solution for your needs.

There are certainly many things to love about living in the local DC area. Within minutes you can easily access a host of national treasures and museums throughout the local area. Take a jaunt out to Maryland, Virginia or Baltimore and you will find even more attractions and entertainment venues. The local metro service makes it convenient and easy to reach not only attractions, but also shopping and employment. A Section 8 rental in DC can help you to make the most of your budget and everything the city has to offer.