Neighbor to Neighbor has 132 apartment homes in 11 properties across Larimer County. Our portfolio includes two or three-bedroom apartments and townhomes. All rentals are conveniently located near public transportation or walking distance to community resources.

Neighbor to Neighbor’s waitlist is closed and no longer accepting applications.

Eligibility Guidelines for Affordable Units

All Neighbor to Neighbor properties and units have different income requirements. Household income is the combined gross income of all household members 18 years and older. Use the link below to find your 2024 Area Median Income Limits by household size.

Neighbor to Neighbor does not maintain a waitlist for our affordable units. Available units are posted online when they become available and are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. When applying for a unit, check the posting and income guidelines to be sure your household qualifies.

N2N is not accepting applications for affordable units, as there are no current vacancies.

Rent amounts and income limits may vary slightly based on the funding source used at each of the N2N Properties. 

Eligibility for Subsidized Units

Applicants must meet the eligibility guidelines for 30% or below based on your household size as noted in the AMI link below. Neighbor to Neighbor has a waitlist for these properties, and at this time, the waitlist is closed.

Additional Qualifications

  • Applicants must meet citizenship or eligible immigration requirements
  • Household members 18 years of age or older must pay a $40 nonrefundable application fee
  • Household must have a background free of violent or drug-related criminal activity
  • Applicants must also pass the screening criteria of the landlord
  • Household members may not owe money to another landlord or utility company

To contact a Neighbor to Neighbor Resident Housing Coordinator: