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Low income housing authority for students, family and senior housing in the Sooner State.

Housing Ideas & Options

Welcome to the Oklahoma housing section of AA Home Improvement. Within this section you can locate local resources for low income housing and housing for the disabled and senior citizens in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Norman, Lawton, Broken Arrow, Edmond, Midwest City, Enid, Moore, Stillwater and other cities throughout OK.

Oklahoma Housing Resources

Alternative, Low-Income Housing In OK

Broken Arrow

Rhema Student Housing - 918 258-2440




Indian Oaks Apartments - 580 233-7070


Lawton Housing Authority - 580 353-7392

Midwest City

Huntington Place Apartments - 405 737-4515


Find Low Cost Housing In Oklahoma - 405 794-0270


Norman Housing Authority - 405 329-0933

Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City Housing Authority - 405 232-6242


Stillwater Housing Authority - 405 372-4906


Tulsa Housing Authority - 918 582-0021

Low Income, Student & Senior Housing

Most communities offer a variety of programs for low-income housing through government housing authorities and other assistance programs. Families, single moms, students, seniors and handicapped may qualify for one or more of these offerings. Contact the agencies in your area to identify the best housing assistance for your situation. Look here for seniors low-income housing, section 8 housing housing and other low income houses for rent in the Oklahoma area.

Find local new home builders, modular homes and prefab homes to fulfill all your housing needs in Oklahoma.

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Related Websites

Department of Housing & Urban Development

Housing Assistance Council

HUD Housing For Seniors

American Seniors Housing Association

Related Subjects

US Census Bureau - Housing

Resources for housing options.

OK Housing Options. Listed by major city, find housing for seniors, students, low-income families and other alternative housing options for and the elderly.

Where can I find low-cost housing in OK?