Oakridge Apartments  –   505 Indian Hills Drive

 

Oakridge Apartments is a Section 8 Project Based housing community.

* Applications are not available online. Contact office for application materials.*

Through cooperation with the Idaho housing Agency and the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Section 8 Rental Assistance is offered to those families who meet certain income, credit and family size requirements. This complex consists of 6 one-bedroom, 33 two-bedroom, and 7 three-bedroom apartments. There are four apartments that are wheel chair accessible.
In general, for those people who qualify the monthly rent and initial deposit will be approximately 30% of their adjusted monthly income. The maximum annual eligibility income of people applying for Section 8 housing in Latah County is as follows.


One Person: $22,650
Two People: $25,850
Three People: $29,100
Four People: $32,300
Five People: $34,900
Six People:  $37,500

All income must be verified. In computing income the following are considered:
Salaries (including tips), Unemployment Benefits, Checking and Savings interest, Assets disposed of within a certain period of time, Public assistance payments (AFDC, Welfare, other than Grants), Social Security Benefits, Asset Interest, Alimony, G.I. Benefits, Subsidy from parents, Child Support.
Certain Expenses may be deducted from the annual gross income. There are allowances in some cases for minors, childcare, medical expenses, and handicap expenses.
In addition to the income qualification discussed above, an applicant must have a good Landlord recommendation or personal recommendation and a good credit history. This information will be verified after the application is received back from the applicant.
Application must be completed in full, with all necessary verifications, and returned to our office at 1218 S Main, Moscow ID 83843 before being considered. When an apartment becomes available, our manager will call you for a personal interview.


Oakridge Associates, LLC does not discriminate on the basis of handicapped status, race, color, religion, sex, familial status or national origin in the admission or access to, or treatment or employments in, its federally assisted programs and activities.