Section 8 Consolidation
Apply and Have Online Access to Section 8
Housing and Low Income Housing Listings
in the United States
Little Rock, Arkansas
Los Angeles, California
Des Moines, Iowa
New Orleans, Louisiana
Las Vegas, Nevada |
St. Louis, Missouri
Manchester, New Hampshire
Jersey City, New Jersey
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Raleigh, North Carolina
Sioux's, North Dakota
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Columbia, South Carolina
Salt Lake City, Utah
Charleston, West Virginia
The Section 8 Housing
Family Unification Vouchers
Section 8 Housing
Family Self Sufficiency Program
Section 8 Application
Section 8 listings
The Section 8 Consolidation Program has combined low income housing opportunities
the allocation of low income grants to eligible applicants. The low income grants issued are intended to be used for household needs by a family or an individual, such as groceries or childcare. The Section 8 Consolidation Program is funded by a private entity and is not affiliated with any government agency. This program provides equal opportunity to all applicants to receive low income assistance and housing opportunities.
The housing opportunities are provided to all applicants in the form of an online packet.
Every applicant will have indefinite access to this packet for the purpose of learning about government
programs they may also apply for. Rental listings for every U.S. state are also included.
The Online Packet has information to educate landlords about various government housing programs and how to become involved in them.
Applications for the Section 8 Consolidation Program and information about how to apply for other programs, such as the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program can be found by clicking below.
Section 8 Consolidation program was designed to eliminate certain obstacles
found in the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program. Some of
these obstacles include overwhelming applicants and a shortage of landlords able or willing to
accept or low income Section 8 tenants.
By urging landlords nationwide to participate in these programs, and educating them about subsidized housing, some of these obstacles have been greatly reduced.
Eligible applicants are determined by their ability to provide proof of low income status
as well as other personal criteria that can be documented.
Low income status is based on the Federal Registrar's low income scale for an individual and household size, compiled from a nationwide census.
For families with 9 or more members, add $4,890 for each additional family member for the 48 Continental US States, $6,120 each for Alaska, and $5,625 each for Hawaii.
"The term "low income individual" means an individual whose taxable income for the preceding year did not exceed 150% of the poverty level amount."
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Federal Registrar, Vol.70, No.33, February 18, 2005, pp.8373-8375.