Where can I find a cheap apartment?

          There are so many people in the United States that have cheap apartments for rent or are in need of low rent housing. The Housing List Blog, which can be found in the Section 8 and Subsidized Housing Online Packet, allows landlords and tenants to post their information and find each other. The Online Packet is similar to Apartments.com in this respect, except that it specializes in listings for cheap apartments, mobile homes, condos and houses that are for sale by the owner.

          The Online Packet is an information retrieval service that keeps it's members apprised of various rental assistance programs and opportunities. After submitting a one-time fee of $15.00, they have unlimited access from now on. Their Online Packet is updated daily with new local listings, links to all types of grant opportunities and open waiting lists for low income housing programs. The Section 8 and Subsidized Housing Online Packet is independently operated and has no government affiliation.

          Landlords can place ads for as many properties that they have. Members of the Online Packet can also upload their information and be very specific about what kind of property they are trying to buy or rent. All new members will have access to their Online Packet from now on after a one-time registration fee of $15.00. There are no additional charges.

          Continuing to the order form means that you have read and agreed to our Terms of Service.

          Upon submission of your billing information, you will be directed immediately to your Section 8 and Subsidized Housing Online Packet.

          Your Online Packet will consist of the following:

            Join our Housing List Blog
            Register for our Housing List Blog so landlords or tenants can contact you. Locate cheap apartments, mobile homes and sublets online.

            Find links to online applications Have access to our updated database of Housing Authorities nation wide that are currently accepting applications for Section 8 and Public Housing online. Applications are always free when they are being accepted.

            Become a Section 8 Landlord
            Have access to all of the information necessary to accept the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher. Add your listings to our Housing List Blog and find tenants.

            Buy, sell or trade
            Enjoy the social aspect of making friends while Using your Online Packet to buy, sell or trade merchandise with other members.

          What is an information retrieval service?

          The primary function of any information retrieval service (Wikipedia definition) is to provide a collection of information that generally involves a wide range of subjects and is taken from other credible sources.

          Prime examples of an information retrieval service would be agencies that specialize in credit reporting, direct mail advertising, dating websites or apartment listing services, etc. Often times these companies will obtain information available to the public and redistribute said information via a database they have created for better and easier access to said information in one easy to navigate location. A good example of this practice would be Apartments.com.

          These databases are maintained and updated by the information retrieval service. Sometimes this information can include fact finding or collecting profiles from clients, like a dating website. In most cases, the information obtained will be subject to frequent changes will need to be updated daily. A fee is typically charged for this process and their research. The goal is to provide accuracy and ease of use for their clients.

          Different types of information retrieval services

            • Standard on-line information retrieval service: Angieslist.com

            • On-line data base information retrieval service: Craigslist.org

            • Social network data base information retrieval services: Match.com

          What social aspect does the Online Packet offer?

          The Housing List Blog located inside the Online Packet allows landlords and tenants to find each other nation wide. Members can message each other and upload photos and any information necessary to describe what they are renting or trying to rent.

          The social aspect of the Online Packet comes from members creating profiles and messaging other members about what they are trying to buy, sell or rent. The database also provides members with the ability to make friends and chat.

          The Online Packet never expires. After a one-time registration fee of $15.00, all clients have unlimited access to their Packet from now on.

          What is subsidized housing?

          Put simply, Subsidized housing is housing that is paid for, or sanctioned by a Federal agency. HUD is the government agency that gives funding to housing authorities that run various housing programs intended for a low income family or individual. Waiting lists for these programs can be extremely long. The Online Packet also helps their clients find open waiting lists for these programs nationwide on a daily basis.

          If someone qualifies for this type of housing, they will only have to pay about 30% of their monthly income towards their rent, the Section 8 or subsidized housing program pays the rest.

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