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Affordable housing supports and promotes healthy families and communities regardless of individual household income. It also helps families experiencing a financial crisis or instability to thrive by leaving money for other needs like nutritious food, good health care, and quality child care.

City of Denton Map and Listing of Affordable Rental Housing

The Affordable Rental Housing Map and Listing assists with looking for affordable housing. It provides information on locations within the city limits that may be available to assist low- to moderate-income households and renters with special needs. Contact property managers directly to find out about unit availability, income-eligibility and if there is a waiting list.

For families experiencing a financial crisis, the Helpful Resources section provides resources and information on area Social Service agencies. The agencies may be able to assist with services that include rental assistance. Rental assistance is a type of housing subsidy that pays for a portion of a renter’s monthly housing costs, including rent and tenant paid utilities. Most affordable housing programs determine eligibility based on the percent of a given household's income or based on the current Average Median Income (AMI) set by HUD