What is Affordable Housing? Housing is defined as being affordable if a household spends no more than 30% of its gross income on rental payments or 32% on home ownership costs. These costs include mortgage, heat, property taxes, and if applicable, 50% condo fees.
Affordable Housing in St. Albert
- Big Lake Pointe - 12 Nevada Place (suitable for all households)
- Heritage Hills Housing Cooperative - 5 Hunchak Way
- Liberton Terrace Housing Cooperative - 53 McKenney Ave.
- Sturgeon Foundation (for seniors over 65)
- Habitat for Humanity (for families with children under 18)
- Basement Suites - individual landlords are offering suites for rent through the Basement Suite Grant Program. These suites are privately advertised and operated.
Affordable Housing in the Capital Region
- Capital Region Housing Corporation Rental Opportunities
- Other Affordable Housing Providers within the Capital Region
St. Albert Rental Assistance Programs
- St. Albert Rental Assistance Program (PDF)
- HOMEconnection Program - St. Albert Housing Society
- Capital Region Rental Assistance Programs
Home Ownership Education
Home Program - no cost to participants
Last edited: October 17, 2016