Do you qualify for an affordable rental housing program?
Many affordable rental housing programs exist in order to reduce the rents of those who qualify. These programs are contingent on income level and, in many cases, size of household.
Programs are available at more than 30 locations offered by The Irvine Company Apartment Communities in Orange County, San Diego, and Northern California.
Floor plans range from studio to three-bedroom plans. And most communities present a wide selection of amenities, including pools, spas, fitness and business centers.
To determine whether or not you qualify for one of the affordable rental housing programs currently offered, you may inquire with the Rental Living Apartment Information Center, or at any of the leasing offices of the apartments listed below.
Applicants will be required to submit residence, employment and financial histories.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) offers a program for very low income households.
HUD-subsidized apartments generally offer the lowest rental rates of all The Irvine Company Apartment Communities. Please contact HUD for maximum annual income qualifications.
HUD Section 8
There are programs subsidized by HUD that assist very low income families. To apply, please contact your local county housing authority office.
Below Market Rate Programs
The 3 programs listed below use a qualification range for maximum annual household income. For more information regarding specific income requirements, please contact your local city/county housing assistance office, or you may inquire through our participating communities listed in this section.
Moderate income rents are typically scaled below the going market rate.
Rents are below typical market rates.
Very Low income
Rents are substantially below typical market rates. Availability of apartments in the program is very limited and the prospective resident may often have to put his or her name on a several-year long waiting list.
Apartment availability within the affordable housing rental housing programs is limited. Income requirements are subject to change.