Resources for Renters
According to the Census Bureau’s American Survey estimates, 43.8% of occupied housing units in the City of Soledad are renter occupied and approximately 56.2% of housing units are owner-occupied. It is estimated that 54.9% of renters pay more than 30% of their household income to rent. Whereas, 23.2% owner-occupied housing units pay 30% or more of household income.
For more information on Landlord-Tenant Rights, please see:
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The Housing Division offers information and referral services to residents requesting help with housing. For more information, please call (831) 223-5251. The City does not resolve any landlord-tenant disputes.
Resources for Renters:
NEED HOUSING ASSISTANCE? The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) website provides local agencies with a range of services, including: food, housing, health, and safety. For more information, please Click Here.
The Housing Authority of the County of Monterey is a public agency that provides rental assistance and develops and manages affordable housing throughout Monterey County, California. For their current open application listings, please Click Here.
The Community Housing Improvement Systems and Planning Association (CHISPA) is the largest private, non-profit housing developer based in Monterey County. For their current open rental housing application listings, please Click Here.