rental housing

Santa Fe has over 2,000 units of affordably priced rental housing serving families, the elderly and those with disabilities. The projects are funded through low?income housing tax credits (LIHTC), various HUD housing programs, (Section 8, Section 811, Section 202) and public housing funds. Current production of multi?family units in Santa Fe has continued, despite the recession, because of innovative uses of development funds and productive partnerships between governmental, private-sector and nonprofit organizations.

Low Income Housing Tax Credit Properties (LIHTC). By far the most widely used funding source to provide multi?family housing, LIHTC?funded projects provide 1760 units of housing in Santa Fe. The properties are priced affordably to residents earning from 40 – 80 percent of the AMI, with most projects serving residents earning 60 – 65 percent of the AMI. Several properties use LIHTC funds in conjunction with other funding sources to serve a diversity of needs and income levels. Other sources include: the City’s Affordable Housing Trust Fund, HOME funds, CDBG, Section 202, and private funds.

Name of ComplexAddressTypeNo. of Units
The Bluffs6600 Jaguar DriveFamily160
Cedar Creek3991 Camino JulianaFamily94
Country Club5999 Airport RoadFamily62
Evergreen2020 Calle LorcaFamily70
Las Palomas2001 HopewellFamily280
Paseo del Sol4551 Paseo del SolFamily80
Tuscany at St. Francis2218 Miguel ChavezFamily176
Ventana de Vida1500 PachecoElderly120
Casa Rufina2823 RufinaElderly120
Villa Real501 W. ZiaFamily120
Vista Linda6332 Entrada de MilagroFamily109
Tres Santos189 Pacheco St.Family136
Casa Vallita3330 Calle Po Ae PiElderly106
Villas de San Ignacio3493 ZafaranoFamily127
Campo Alegria104 Camino del CampoElderly28
Stagecoach ApartmentsCerrillos Rd.Family60
Villa Alegre821 W. Alameda Rd.Family60
Villa Alegre - Senior821 W. Alameda Rd.Elderly50
Village Sage5951 Larson LoopFamily60
Sangre de Cristo1801 EspinacitasFamily164
Santa Fe Apartments255 Camino AlireFamily64
Encino Villa1501 MontanoElderly40
La Cieneguita1601 La CieneguitaElderly32
Villa Consuelo1200 Camino ConsueloElderly400

To find out about eligibility or availability, contact the apartment complexes directly.

 

Rental Assistance Vouchers

The most widely used rental vouchers in Santa Fe are Housing Choice Vouchers (formerly Section 8) provided through the two area housing authorities.

Housing Authorities are not part of the City of Santa Fe. Contact the housing authories directly to apply for the waiting list and/or to determine your eligibility.

 

Santa Fe Civic Housing Authority

(The City of Santa Fe does NOT have oversight of the Santa Fe Civic Housing Authority)

664 Alta Vista St

  • General information: Gabe Valencia, 505-470-9423
  • Questions about vouchers: Renee King: 505-660-0949

 

The Santa Fe County Housing Authority

52 Camino de Jacobo

(505) 992-3060

Visit Santa Fe County Housing Authority

Both agencies manage housing facilities and administer Housing Choice Vouchers (formerly Section 8). You must have established residency in Santa Fe to qualify for their services and contact them DIRECTLY to find out how to get on the waiting list.

Other Rental Assistance. Another form of rental assistance is provided through HUD’s Shelter Plus Care program. Tenants must have verified disabilities and earn no more than 30% AMI for their household. (City AMI Table) Shelter Plus Care rental vouchers are administered either on a project basis or directly to tenants to use at privately?owned scattered sites.

Life Link uses vouchers to subsidize rents at La Luz, as well as administering them to its clients who are able to live off site. For several years, the Housing Trust has administered vouchers to people living with AIDS and allocates project?based vouchers for its newly constructed subsidized rental projects, the Village Sage and the Stagecoach Apartments. Another Shelter Plus Care grant, initiated in 2012, is administered by St. Elizabeth at its Siringo Senior Housing site.

Contact Life Link or the Housing Trust for information about applying for assistance and/or eligibility.