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Affordable Rental Housing

How It Works

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NHSSN provides 152 units of affordable rental housing throughout Southern Nevada that can accommodate individuals and families.

NHSSN manages homes for low-to-moderate income families. By definition, a “low-income” family typically earns 80 percent or less of the median family income for an area.

For example, a family of four in Clark County can earn no more than $62,950 to be considered a low-income family.

These income limits vary depending on the size of the family and are adjusted each year.

County Income Limits By Household Size
Las Vegas, Henderson,
Paradise, NV
1
2
3
4
5
6
80%
27,550
31,500
35,450
39,350
42,500
45,650
60%
27,550
27,550
27,550
27,550
27,550
27,550
County
Income Limits By Household Size
Las Vegas, Henderson,
Paradise, NV
80%
1
2
3
27,550
31,500
35,450
4
5
6
39,350
42,500
45,650
60%
6
6
6
27,550
27,550
27,550
6
6
6
27,550
27,550
27,550

If you’d like to know if you may qualify or how to apply for housing, please click the link below. Currently, we are accepting applications for all of our properties. The income limits, rent limits and estimated wait time varies from property to property. If you should have any further questions in regard to a property, please contact the property manager directly. Applications should be submitted directly to each property in which you are interested.

I acknowledge understanding that my income cannot be higher than the stated Housing and Urban Development (HUD) limits for any given year.  If my income is higher than the program limits, I will not be eligible for affordable rental housing.

I understand the income requirements, take me to the online application ›

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