The San Diego Housing Commission (SDHC), including its nonprofit affiliate, Housing Development Partners (HDP), owns and/or manages more than 3,700 rental housing units that are available at affordable rents to low- and moderate-income residents.
Qualified households with annual income that is no greater than 80 percent of San Diego’s Area Median Income (AMI) can rent from SDHC at below-market rates.
Low-income seniors and individuals with disabilities can rent from SDHC if their income is no greater than 80 percent of San Diego’s AMI.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) determines San Diego’s AMI each year.
Rental housing for seniors, families, Veterans, workers, and residents with special needs are among the developments in HDP’s real estate portfolio.
COVID-19 Hardship Program
SDHC has developed a needs-based program to help families in SDHC’s affordable rental housing properties who have lost income due to COVID-19 that affects their ability to pay rent.
Households that are able to demonstrate that they have lost wages through no fault of their own, resulting directly from the COVID-19 pandemic, and as a result find themselves in a financial hardship will be eligible for this program.
The program will help residents at properties owned or managed by SDHC, including HDP.
SDHC Residents affected by COVID-19 may apply for SDHC’s Hardship Program by clicking HERE
For more information about actions in response to COVID-19, click HERE
Apply to Rent from SDHC
To apply to rent from SDHC, download and complete the New Application Package and submit it to the contact for the property you are interested in.
Applications will be accepted if a unit is available at the property. If no units are available, please notify the property manager that you would like to be added to the interest list for the next available unit.