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Anaheim
Antioch
Apple Valley
Atwater
Bakersfield
Bell Gardens
Bellflower
Borrego Springs
Burbank
Burlingame
Campbell
Carlsbad
Cathedral City
Ceres
Chino
Chula Vista
Clovis
Compton
Concord
Corona
Costa Mesa
Cutler
El Cajon
El Monte
Fairfield
Fremont
Fresno
Fullerton
Garden Grove
Gilroy
Hawthorne
Hayward
Hemet
Highland
Indio
Inglewood
Lake Elsinore
Lakeside
Lancaster
Long Beach
Los Angeles
Merced
Modesto
Moreno Valley
North Highlands
Oakland
Oxnard
Palm Springs
Palmdale
Perris
Pittsburg
Planada
Pomona
Porterville
Rancho Mirage
Rialto
Richmond
Riverside
Roseville
Sacramento
San Bernardino
San Diego
San Francisco
San Jacinto
San Jose
San Leandro
San Marcos
San Pablo
San Ysidro
Santa Ana
Santa Clara
Santee
South Gate
Stockton
Van Nuys
Victorville
Vista
Walnut
Watsonville
Whittier
Yuba City
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Section 8 Housing in California

Being elderly, having a disability or lower income does not have to impose a negative effect on you or your family's well being. Everyone is entitled to provide what is best for the family, and that includes being able to provide a safe living environment suitable for you and your family's needs. Many affordable Section 8 housing rentals are available that will suit your individual living situation.

Section 8 housing allows those in low income households to choose from a listing of approved, privately-owned rental properties. In some cases, Section 8 can be used towards mortgage payments for qualified first-time home buyers. To check for eligibility, contact your local public housing authority to see to see if you qualify for housing assistance. A household's total gross income and family size are taken into consideration to determine eligibility. However, although those with a criminal history are not necessarily disqualified, certain crimes will bar an individual from receiving assistance. Once approved, the family is placed on a waiting list, which can vary in waiting time due to the constantly changing housing market in California. A Section 8 Voucher is then received, and house hunting can begin!

As a recipient, certain obligations must be met to determine ongoing assistance each year. A reexamination by your local housing authority is conducted annually, usually giving notice of their upcoming review two weeks in advance. A full listing of obligations can be requested from your HA office. Certain aspects such as household income and family size are reviewed; all changes in income by all family members must be reported. An inspection of the property is also carried out with advanced notice. The renter must be free from any criminal-related activity, mainly drug related or violent crimes. Other aspects are taken into consideration to determine eligibility. Repeated violations can revoke any governmental housing assistance.

California is well known for its beauty and moderate climate in many parts of the state. However, the beautiful scenery definitely comes with a high price. Due to the high cost of living in many parts of California, finding a suitable and affordable place to live may seem like a daunting and discouraging ordeal. Your economic status, disability, or age does not have to prevent or discourage you from finding a safe and affordable place to live. These resources are here to aid in helping you find the right place to call home.

 
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