Housing Authority-Owned Properties
MCHA is proud to own and manage several attractive and affordable apartment complexes. Applicants must fall within specific income ranges in order to be eligible to rent a unit and have good rental references. Rent varies based on income and unit. Wait times vary at each property depending on the number of people on the waiting list and vacancies.
Edelweiss Village in Mt. Angel, OR
Hazelwood Estates in Woodburn, OR
Oak Park Village in Stayton, OR
Sheridan Senior Estates in Mt. Angel, OR
Stayton Elder Manor in Stayton, OR
Wood Park Terrace in Woodburn
Creekside Duplexes in Aumsville, OR
Evergreen Court in Jefferson, OR
Meadowood Apartments in Jefferson, OR -
Farmdale in Woodburn, OR
Harvest Manor in Silverton, OR.
Each MCHA-owned site has a separate rental application form and their own qualification requirements. Contact our office to ask about availability, qualification requirements or if you would like the application mailed to you.
HUD Section 32 Homeownership Program
Homeownership aids a family toward achieving self-sufficiency, giving them a vested interest in the community. MCHA offers this homeownership program to low-income Marion County families that will use the home as their primary residence. The home cannot be used for rental or speculation purposes.
HOMES for SALE
MCHA has a waiting list for each of the homes listed below. Please contact Michael Otte email@example.com if you would like more information, or would like to be added to the waiting list.
641 Hall Street, Woodburn - Sale price: $189,000
1056 McKinley Street, Woodburn - Sale price $191,000
659 Leasure Street, Woodburn - Sale price $195,000
410 Brown Street, Woodburn - Sale price $202,000
1079 North 1st Street, Woodburn - Sale price $200,000
This list is an overview of minimum requirements. For a more comprehensive explanation, contact Michael Otte at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On an average monthly estimate, the amount of the applicant's payment for mortgage principle and interest, insurance, real estate taxes, utilities and maintenance must not exceed thirty-five percent (35%) of the family's adjusted income.
Applicant is responsible for paying any amounts typically required at "closing" - down payments, closing costs, title and recording fees, independent home and pest inspections, etc.
Applicant must show evidence of regular income that equals or exceeds $24,000.
Household status and size must be consistent with local occupancy codes and standards detailed in MCHA's Administrative Plan.
Applicant must demonstrate that they are "renters in good standing". Examples of this include being current on all lease obligations for at least six (6) months prior to to application, a good record of maintaining current and past housing unit(s) and exterior grounds, being a responsible renter - acknowleging their role in making the neighborhood a desirable place to live.
Applicants that have participated in other MCHA programs must be in good standing with the housing authority.
Applicants must pass criminal background checks as identified in the MCHA Administrative Plan.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.