Cashion Housing Authority

Find Cashion Arizona housing authorities, departments, and HUD. Housing authorities provide information on section 8 public housing, rentals, applications, eligibility, affordable, low income, subsidized fair housing, hud homes, housing projects, and section 42 tax credits.

Maricopa County Housing Authority 525 East Harrison Drive Avondale AZ 85323 2.6 miles from Cashion 623-932-4545

Maricopa County Housing Authority 1003 North 93rd Avenue Tolleson AZ 85353 2.7 miles from Cashion 623-936-6629

Glendale Housing Authority 6842 North 61st Avenue Glendale AZ 85301 9.4 miles from Cashion 623-930-2180

Maricopa County Housing Authority 8910 North 78th Avenue Peoria AZ 85345 9.9 miles from Cashion 602-744-4500

Peoria Housing Authority 10950 North 87th Avenue Peoria AZ 85345 10.7 miles from Cashion 623-486-4375

Maricopa County Housing Authority 1917 West Pima Street Phoenix AZ 85009 11.4 miles from Cashion 602-253-5407

Maricopa County Housing Authority 14102 North 1st Avenue El Mirage AZ 85335 12.3 miles from Cashion 623-583-9022

Laveen Housing Authority 4801 West Pecos Road Laveen AZ 85339 12.7 miles from Cashion 520-550-1062

Maricopa County Housing Authority 12976 West Cottonwood Street Surprise AZ 85378 13.9 miles from Cashion 623-583-3530

Buckeye Housing Authority 415 South 5th Street Buckeye AZ 85326 17.2 miles from Cashion 623-386-1473

Guadalupe Housing Authority 9209 South Calle Tomi Guadalupe AZ 85283 20.2 miles from Cashion 480-838-0777

Scottsdale Housing Authority 7515 East 1st Street Scottsdale AZ 85251 22.2 miles from Cashion 480-312-7717

Maricopa County Housing Authority 710 West 8th Avenue Mesa AZ 85210 26.1 miles from Cashion 480-835-6842

Maricopa Housing Authority 48277 West Farrell Road Maricopa AZ 85139 30.7 miles from Cashion 520-568-2321

What is a Housing Authority?

A housing authority, also called a housing department, manages public housing projects and screens prospective tenants according to income, age and disability criteria mandated by government agencies. It also provides information to the public about how to buy and sell homes and oversees certain homeownership financing programs. A housing department provides statistics about housing applications and public housing projects to social service and asset managers.

Housing programs sometimes provide subsidies for private landlord rentals to low-income tenants. Such programs are generally based on gross income and family size. A housing authority helps moderate-income families find affordable housing, and sometimes helps families build homes, especially those built in disadvantaged urban neighborhoods and rural areas designated for such programs.