Low Income Affordable Housing – Transitional – Shared Living
- Affordable Housing
- Shared Rooms
- No Credit Check
- No security deposit
- Amenities – Laundry, Recreation Areas, Furnished Rooms
- Fair Housing
- Close to Local Universities
- Disability Friendly Group Home
- Social Security/SSI Beneficiaries
Rooms for rent in Los Angeles
We offer shared living space that is rented out to individuals per bed. Bedspace can be found in a variety of price points between $450 and $700 per month with all utilities included. The rooms are furnished with bunk beds, dressers, pillows, and bedding.
Bedspace in Los Angeles
We have shared living arrangement where multiple individuals occupy a single room. Each person has their own designated bed or sleeping area, and they usually share common areas such as the kitchen and bathroom. Bedspace is often a more affordable option than renting a private room.
Affordable housing refers to housing that is accessible to low-income families or individuals. This type of housing is designed to be affordable and within reach of people who cannot afford market-rate rents. The goal of affordable housing is to provide a safe and stable living environment for those in need.
Shared rooms refer to a living arrangement where multiple people share a single room. This type of housing is often more affordable than private rooms and can be a good option for low-income families or individuals. Sharing a room can also provide an opportunity for social interaction and a sense of community.
We offer excellent amenities in our shared transitional living group home. Our affordable housing opportunity includes onsite coin operated laundry machines, recreation areas, and furnished rooms. These amenities can provide a comfortable and convenient living environment for residents. Having access to laundry facilities and recreation areas can also help to reduce the overall cost of living for residents.
Low Income Housing
We have affordable housing options that are designed for people who have limited financial resources.
Fair housing refers to the protection of individuals from discrimination in housing. The Fair Housing Act prohibits discrimination based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, and family status. This ensures that everyone has equal access to housing and that no one is unfairly excluded from housing opportunities. Fair housing is essential for creating an inclusive and equitable society. Single men are in the front duplex, while single women are in the rear duplex. Men are at no time allowed in the rear duplex so all of our female renters can feel completely safe. Currently, we are not set up to accommodate children or animals and do not have wheelchair access. Our renters must be healthy enough to go up and down stairs as all bedrooms are on the second floor.