Information about the Albuquerque Housing Authority.
Albuquerque Housing Authority provides housing assistance programs to low income families, elderly and disabled households.
The Albuquerque Housing Authority mission is to assist eligible households with decent, safe and affordable housing, to include living environments that promote economic self-sufficiency, upward mobility and social diversity.
Programs & Services
In Albuquerque, an estimated 60,000 low and moderate-income families are spending more than 30 percent of before-tax income on housing.
HUD standards say that these families are burdened by excessive housing costs. Albuquerque Housing Authority administers programs designed to help these Albuquerque citizens with housing, rent subsidies and to help them become self sufficient.
Currently, Albuquerque Housing Authority is assisting nearly 5,100 Albuquerque families with their housing needs. View eligibility information.
Annual Plan Documents
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How to Apply
Other Housing Program Documents
- 2013 Admissions and Continued Occupancy Policy
- 2013 Annual Plan
- FY 2014 Administrative Plan
- 2014 Section 8 Utility Allowances
- Reasonable Accommodation Policy
- Appendix I - Violence Against Women Act Policy
- Appendix II - Tenant Complaints and Grievance Procedure
- Pet Policy (Appendix III)
- Service Animal Policy (Appendix III continued)
- Appendix IV - Community Service Self-Sufficiency Policy
- Appendix V - Enterprise Income Verification (EIV) Policy
- Annual and Five-Year Plan
- Other Resources
Listing Houses & Apartments for Rent
Advertising and locating property has never been easier!
Albuquerque Housing Authority has partnered with Gosection8.
Gosection8 provides an enhanced program to list rental properties on line. Listings are available to potential Housing Choice Voucher tenants seeking apartment units, duplexes, single-family homes or townhomes in the private market.
If you have any questions regarding registering, creating or viewing property listings, please contact the GoSection8 toll free help line at 1-866-466-7328.
Report Section 8 Abuse
Section 8 fraud is a serious offense and should be reported to us immediately. Make sure you have all the information available to back up your claim before calling.
For more information, contact us.
Do Business with Albuquerque Housing Authority
Housing Authority Board of Commissioners Meetings
The Albuquerque Housing Authority Board of Commissioners meets on the third Wednesday of each month at noon in the Manuel Cordova Conference Room at the Albuquerque Housing Authority located at 1840 University SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106.
AHA and Explora
AHA participants are offered a free one year Explora membershisp as the result of a community partnership between AHA and Explora
HUD & GreatSchools
HUD and GreatSchools team up to give public housing, voucher families tools to make informed school choices