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Housing Authority (Section 8)

Housing Authority (Section 8) is an option for low income families, those with disabilities, or parents in a re-training program through our Community College. 

For more information from Gina Thexton regarding the Section 8 Program, follow the link:

Merced Housing Authority
405 U Street
Merced, CA 95341
Phone: 209.722.3501
 Fax: 209.722.7364

Looking for a home to Rent in Merced or Atwater?

This link will take you to our 'Homes for Rent' Page.

Homes for Rent


Apply on line!
Your screening fee can be paid by check or cash.

Application to Rent




1. Please fill out the application completely and accurately.  A rental application for each adult over 18 must be completely filled out and signed by each applicant. Falsification of information is grounds for denial.

2. List all sources of income. If an applicant does not demonstrate the ability to pay the monthly rent, a co-signer may be required to guarantee the financial obligations of the lease.

3. Verification of income is required for applicants and/or co-signers.

    a) Last 2 pay stubs with YTD Totals
    b) SSI and/or SDI verification of income
    c) Tax returns from the previous year

4. Photocopy of Driver's license, ID card, or passport.  Or take a picture of DL with phone and send.

5. Application fee is ($20 per person includes credit check).

A credit check/payment history will be performed on your application.

6. Other information:  The properties that Lane Property Management and Realty manages have been purchased by different property owners.  Each owner has different acceptance qualifications for tenancy. Application processing varies according to the accuracy of information provided and number of applicants per residence. Generally, the process is completed in 72 hours, however it can vary.

If You Are Disabled

Here are some web portals with assistance for aging and/or disabled Americans.  These portals lead to financial, emotional, and physical assistance sites to help improve the quality of living.

1. Government recommended benefits


2. Disable free help for physical aid/adjustments


3. Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)




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