Local Housing Information

Local Housing Information

Logo GifIf you are in need of a place to live, take a look at the Women's Link Housing List below.  There you will find a current list of houses, apartments and rooms for rent, as well as roommate situations.  Many of the listings are from private homeowners or renters who may be willing to do month-to-month leasing. 

Due to time, staffing limitations and cost, Women's Link must set some limitations and guidelines for this housing service.  If you have any questions about this list or any other concerns, Women's Link will be happy to assist you.

  • Women's Link does not screen or refer anyone.  It is the sole responsibility of the prospective tenants & landlords to do any screening.
  • Women's Link does not inspect the housing options on this list or verify any information given by the landlords about such rentals.  It is the responsibility of the landlords to accurately describe their rentals in their ads and the prospective tenants to verify that information.
  • This list is available to anyone who requests it and any landlord may advertise on this list.
  • Women's Link only prints the first name and phone number of the landlords—we do not give out last names or addresses.

If you are interested in viewing the housing list, or are a landlord with a rental that you would like to advertise, please click on the appropriate links below.

  Advertise a Rental

At the Women's Link office, we also have housing information about HUD, along with their current housing list.  We also have a list of emergency housing resources, including shelters and organizations that offer assistance with utility bills and rent.  If you would like this or any other information, please stop by the Women's Link office in the College Center building, room 230.

If you have any questions about these or any other program, please feel free to contact Women's Link at (440) 366-4035.

 

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