MIXED-INCOME COMMUNITIES

SAHA provides 6,879 mixed-income rental units at 44 communities, which offer subsidizes and/or mixed-income affordable housing for moderate-income individuals and families.

How does the mixed-income affordable housing selection process work?
Interested applicants should contact the property directly to process an application because the eligibility guidelines may vary by property. For more information, contact the individual properties listed under “Mixed-Income Housing – communities.”

How long is the wait for mixed-income affordable housing?
Generally, most of the communities have immediate openings although it is subject to availability. Contact the properties directly for more information.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Who do I call if I did not received my deposit refund check?
A: Contact the property manager. If you cannot reach a manager at the property, call the district office at 477-6511.

Q: I have a question regarding my application or my application has been denied. How can I discuss the application process?
A: Discussions about your application or denial of such, should be directed to the property manager. Depending on the property you apply at, you may be able to request an informal hearing to discuss the status of your application.

Q: How can I file a complaint about my community. Who can I talk to?
A: If you have spoken to the Assistant Community Manager and Community Manager at your property, and the concern was not addressed, contact the district office at 477-6511.

Q: What are the occupancy standards for the number of people that can live at the apartment?
A:

  • Efficiency: Two Persons and a child up to 24 months
  • One Bedroom: Two Persons and a child up to 24 months
  • Two Bedrooms: Two Persons and a child up to 24 months
  • Three Bedrooms: Two Persons and a child up to 24 months


Q: What forms of payment do you accept?
A: All of our communities accept money orders, cashier checks, and personal checks. You can also pay online through Solutions at saha.org ($.90 fee applies). Check with your community for availability of credit card payments.