Low Income Apartments In Snohomish
Snohomish County, Washington

Low Income Apartments In Snohomish

Woodlake Manor Apartments

1018 13th St
Snohomish, WA
Income Based
1-2 BR
62+
Accessible
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Woodlake Apartments

1120 13th St
Snohomish, WA
1 BR
62+
Subsidized

Pilchuck Ridge

226 6th St
Snohomish, WA
Subsidized

Pilchuck Place

131 Avenue E
Snohomish, WA
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There are 4 low income housing apartment complexes which contain 126 affordable apartments for rent in Snohomish, Washington. Many of these rental apartments are income based housing with about 58 apartments that set rent based on your income. Often referred to as "HUD apartments", there are 30 Project-Based Section 8 subsidized apartments in Snohomish. There are 68 other low income apartments that don't have rental assistance but are still considered to be affordable housing for low income families.

Housing Authorities that serve Snohomish

Housing Authority Programs
Everett Housing Authority Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher; Public Housing

Guide To Affordable Housing in Snohomish, Washington

Snohomish, WA Affordable Housing Snapshot

Total Affordable Apartment Properties 4
Total Low Income Apartments 126
Total Rent Assisted Apartments 58
Percentage of Housing Units Occupied By Renters 44.74%
Average Renter Household Size 2.20
Total Population 9,437
Housing Units 3,733
Average Household Size 2.44
Median Household Income $55,648 ±$4,742
Median Rent $939 ±$52
Percentage Of Renters Overburdened 38.8% ± 8.47pp

Population and Household Demographics

Snohomish is a City in Snohomish County, Washington with a population of 9,437. There are 3,733 households in the city with an average household size of 2.44 persons. 44.74% of households in Snohomish are renters.

Income and Rent Overburden in Snohomish

The median gross income for households in Snohomish is $55,648 a year, or $4,637 a month. The median rent for the city is $939 a month.

Households who pay more than thirty percent of their gross income are considered to be Rent Overburdened. In Snohomish, a household making less than $3,130 a month would be considered overburdened when renting an apartment at or above the median rent. 38.8% of households who rent are overburdened in Snohomish.1

Fair Market Rents in Snohomish

Fair Market Rents, often abbreviated as FMR, can be used to better understand the average housing costs of an area. Notably, Fair Market Rents are used to establish the payment standards for the Housing Choice Voucher Program, maximum rents in HOME financed rental projects and initial rents for Section 8 project based assistance.

2019 Fair Market Rents
Studio One BR Two BR Three BR Four BR
$1,416 $1,557 $1,899 $2,733 $3,228