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Affordable/Moderately Priced Housing

If you cannot find what you're looking for from the information below, call us at (240) 777-4940 (Mon to Fri, 9am—5pm) or visit us at one of our locations to ask about programs that can help you.

If you are struggling to pay your rent or mortgage, visit our Financial and Multiple Needs pages. 

If you are facing eviction or foreclosure, visit our Legal- Housing page.
  • Housing Opportunities Commission (HOC)
    • Provides affordable housing and supportive services to low and moderate income residents. Contact HOC to apply for affordable housing programs, seek assistance with homeownership, and more. HOC operates as an affordable housing agency, a housing finance agency and a housing developer.
  • MHP: 301-622-2400
    • Nonprofit housing developer which provides affordable housing units.  See list of properties.
  • Housing Initiative Partnership: 301-916-5946
    • Housing counseling agency and nonprofit housing developer.  Provides eviction and foreclosure prevention services.  Click on "Rental Opportunities" on website for affordable housing opportunities for low-income renters.  
    • Home Sharing Program
      • Matches renters who are seeking affordable housing options with homeowners who have spare rooms in their homes to rent long-term.
      • For more information, please call HIP: 301-85-SHARE (301-857-4273) or see website. Click on "Featured Rooms" to view available rooms for rent.
  • - Maryland’s free search and listing resource
    • Can browse listings and view details about amenities, affordability, etc., throughout all of Maryland (not all results will be affordable for low-income families).
  • Rental Marketplace- Dept. of Housing and Community Affairs
    • Housing search tool.
  • Moderately Priced Dwelling Unit (MPDU)
    • Apartment Rental Program Offers moderately priced rent at a number of MPDU apartment complexes located throughout the County. Persons interested in the MPDU rental program must apply directly to the MPDU complex of their choice.
  • Workforce Housing Programs
    • Intended to be affordable to households with incomes that are too high to be eligible to participate in the Moderately Priced Dwelling Unit (MPDU) Program.
  • Affordable Homeownership- Home with Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland (HFHMM) Program
    • Low-income Montgomery and Prince George’s County residents can apply to be considered for an opportunity to purchase a Habitat-built home with a low mortgage.

General Resources


  • Housing Initiative Partnership: 301-916-5946
    Housing counseling agency and nonprofit housing developer which provides services to renters and homeowners, including eviction and foreclosure prevention, home buyer education, and rental opportunities for low-income individuals and families.
  • Latino Economic Development Center: 1-866-977-LEDC (1-866-977-5332)
    Homeownership Counseling Program helps low to moderate income residents build their financial capability skills, establish or repair their credit, purchase their first home, or save their homes from foreclosure.
  • Renters Alliance: Provides renter education, outreach, organizing and advocacy. Email: [email protected]
  • CASA: 301-431-4185
    Membership-based organization which provides advocacy and services on behalf of immigrant communities.