Search affordable housing online with “Hudson Housing Finder”

JERSEY CITY – The Hudson County Division of Housing and Community Development has officially launched its new “Hudson Housing Finder” page on
The full address is The Hudson Housing Finder is also listed on the Division of Housing and Community Development’s page on the county website in the right hand navigation column as the “Affordable Housing” icon.
The new page will allow landlords to list and residents to seek a range of affordable housing options in Hudson County, online. The Hudson Housing Finder is free and simple to use. It can search for a variety of special features such as accessibility for those with disabilities, voucher acceptance, and senior housing, in addition to cost, size, location and availability.
The Hudson Housing Finder will offer a range of affordable options for people of all low and moderate income levels. All units funded by Hudson County and the State of New Jersey will be listed.
A “housing finder” is only as good as the listings provided, so local landlords are strongly encouraged to consider listing on the Hudson Housing Finder, according to county spokesperson James Kennelly.
Using the page is quick and easy with online or toll-free call center assistance for those seeking to add listings to the page. Landlords can list all types of apartments and houses up to 140 percent of Fair Market Rent ($2,044 for a two bedroom for example).
“I am very hopeful our local property owners will help us make this a great new community resource,” said Hudson County Executive Tom DeGise. “It’s not just free advertising, it is a chance to pitch in and help us build a true, friction-free way to connect those who need affordable housing with those who can offer it.”
You can learn more about affordable housing in Hudson County by calling the Hudson County Division of Community Development at (201) 369-4520 or visiting their webpage at: ‎ .

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