Apartment Homes at Imagine Housing


Imagine Housing’s apartment homes are for low income individuals and families. In order to qualify for an apartment, you must know how your income compares to the King County Area Median Income (AMI). Our residents earn between 0-60% of AMI, and on average pay $585 in monthly rent.

Step one: Calculate your gross total household income. Include any child support, TANF, etc.

Step two: Count up all the members of your household.

Step three: Look at the chart on this page to find your household size.

Step four: The numbers in the column below household size are the maximum household income for that set-aside percentage.

For instance, if Mary is single and has two children, she has a 3-Person household. Her total household income is 32,000 dollars a year. She is in the 40% set-aside percentage. She would qualify for a 40% unit.

Step five: Look at the Our Communities page

Step six: Contact the property manager(s) to ask about the building(s) you are interested in.


King County Income and Rent Limits

Effective 4/24/19, Median Income: $108,600
Set-aside Percentage1-Person2-Person3-Person4-Person5-Person6-Person7-Person8-Person
30%26,58026,58029,91033,21035,88038,55041,19043,860
40%31,00035,44039,88044,28047,84051,40054,92058,480
50%38,75044,30049,85055,35059,800 64,25064,25073,100
60%46,50053,16059,82066,42071,76077,10082,38087,720
Wondering what set-aside percentage is? See the answer in our FAQs.

Properties with Current Openings

All of our apartment communities have waitlists. If you would like to be added to a waitlist, please use the contact information listed on the page for that apartment building.

Imagine Housing does not process applications through our main office. Our application process is handled by professional management companies. Please note: we do not accept reusable tenant screening reports.

Need Help Now?

If you are homeless and need help now, call 211 to connect with Coordinated Entry for All. You can also look at 211 resources for your area by clicking here.

Other Resources

If you are looking for other community resources for rental assistance, food or utility assistance, or other help, check out our Other Resources page.