MPDU Apartment Rentals Program
- Montgomery County's Moderately Priced Dwelling Unit (MPDU) Program offers affordable rents at a number of MPDU apartment complexes located throughout the County.
- Persons interested in the MPDU rental program must apply directly to the MPDU complex of their choice. The management companies at these complexes will provide an application, verify income and credit history, and determine eligibility or ineligibility to rent an MPDU apartment.
- Here is a list of MPDU rental complexes. For the most current information, or if you have questions, please call the apartment complex directly at the phone number listed.
- DHCA no longer provides applications and no longer issues Certificates of Eligibility for MPDU rentals.
Are You Eligible?
All incomes are gross household income; that is, household income before taxes.
- Minimum annual household income is $30,000.
Maximum annual household income (effective March 17, 2014):
Household Size Maximum Income Garden Apartments High-Rise Apartments 1 $48,500 $52,500 2 $55,500 $60,000 3 $62,500 $67,500 4 $69,500 $75,000 5 $75,000 $81,000
NOTE: The median income for the Washington, DC area declined slightly from 2013 to 2014. Therefore, some 2014 income limits are lower than the 2013 levels.
- have at least as many people in your household as the number of bedrooms in the apartment;
- demonstrate a good credit rating that is acceptable to the apartment management; and
- be able to afford the monthly rent payments for the MPDU rental property.