Rental Properties

Property Owners and Managers

The Housing Information Department manages a housing database with over 75,000 affordable housing units. These include subsidized, low-income, and shared units.

By listing with us, you will have the advantage of additional exposure. We refer to you only clients who meet your general guidelines. The potential tenants would then go through your regular application process. Our service is FREE OF CHARGE to both property owners and prospective tenants.

To keep our housing database current, we have volunteers and staff to call once a month to ask for current rental availability and about new rental units.

Choose One Of These Options to Include Your Rental Properties In Our Housing Database

Instant Online Housing Intake Form

OwnerProperty ManagerLandlord


ApartmentClean and SoberCondoHotel/MotelRoom and BoardLicensed Board and CareShareHouseShelterTownhouseShare/ExchangePlex


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NoneRefrigeratorMicrowaveW/D HookupDryer OnlyCoin-Operated LaundromatStoveDishwasherDisposalWasher OnlyWasher/Dryer


NoneStreetDriveway1 Car Carport2 Car Carport1 Car Garage2 Car GarageOff-StreetAssignedUnassigned


NoneBirdCatDog


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None2X2.5X3X


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None18 to 24 years18 years & up55 years & up62 years & up


NoneHIV - AIDSMentalDevelopmentalPhysicalDrug and AlcoholDual Diagnosis


NoneSingle MaleSingle FemaleFamilySingle Mother or Single Father with Children


NoneChronically HomelessHomelessOther


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Disclaimer

Inclusion in the Eden I&R database is not automatic. Each listing is subject to review. We reserve the right to include or not include housing or services in our database for any reason that appears appropriate to Eden I&R based on our guidelines.

Eden I&R does not take responsibility for interviewing either the homeowner/landlord or the potential boarder/tenant. It is the responsibility of the homeowner/landlord to interview the select applicants referred by Eden I&R according to their own needs and expectations. It is the responsibility of the potential boarder/tenant to verify the terms and conditions of the housing units being offered.