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Low-Income Rental Program

The Low-Income rental program was created due to the large number of applicants who were unable to qualify for new single-family housing. In realizing the needs of the region, AVCP RHA has invested in low-income rentals with the goal of easing the transition to home ownership programs, or traditional financing.

Our low income rental program currenty serves 11 communities in the AVCP (Calista) Region.

Our rental program consists of 147 units, in multi-family property arrangements (triplex structures).

Established with the intent of creating socio-economic stability for low-income families in our tribal communities, the low-income rental program is often the first step for families seeking to gain self-sufficiency.

Triplex structure constructed in Toksook Bay


  • Aniak
  • Alakanuk
  • Bethel
  • Chevak
  • Hooper Bay
  • Kipnuk
  • Kotlik
  • Napakiak
  • Saint Mary's
  • Scammon Bay
  • Toksook Bay
  • Tuntutuliak

How does the Low-Income Rental program work?

The low-income rental program is directly subsidized under the Indian Housing Block Grant. A successful applicants rent is based on their income (15% in villages, 30% in Bethel) OR the fair market value of the unit. As an eligibe NAHASDA Title II Affordable Housing Activity, low-income rentals offer member tribes opportunities to provide a starting point for those who otherwise can not meet the requirements for our home ownership programs.

How do I Apply?

If you wish to express your interest in the low-income rental program, you must first submit a completed application.

You can find our print application here

For further assistance applying for our Low-Income rental program please contact:

Timantha White

Intake Specialist