Rental Housing Resource Center 314-635-3653
If you rent an apartment, this center can help if:
- You are having a problem with your landlord or a tenant.
- You have any housing related questions.
Landlords (owner of the house or apartment you are renting) are required to meet standards of safety and cleanliness. If your home/apartment is not sanitary, report the problem to the landlord.
Guide to renting in Missouri and rights& responsibility of landlord/tenant http://ago.mo.gov/publications/landlordtenant.pdf
this page has links to apartment search guides, neighborhood housing organizations, as well as information about tenant rights and Missouri landlord/tenant laws.
St. Louis Housing Authority (314) 531-4770
This is a public agency which provides affordable housing to low and moderate income individuals and families. Contact them to find out if you are eligible to apply for this housing.
St. Louis Equal Housing Opportunity Council 1-800-555-3951 www.ehocstl.org
This commission works to eliminate discrimination and increase access to housing in the metro St. Louis area. Call them if you:
- need information about affordable housing in the St. Louis metropolitan area.
- believe you are a victim of housing discrimination.
Emergency Housing Assistance
· Call if you are homeless and need a referral to services in:
St. Louis County. www.co.st-louis.mo.us/dhs/home.html
St. Louis City: Depart of Human Services (314) 612-5900
· Call if you are in need of food. St. Louis area Foodbanks T: (314) 292-6262 www.stlfoodbank.org/GetHelp.aspx
The City’s website offers resources to help people find information on St. Louis homes, neighborhoods, realtors, lenders, and financing options. You will also find practical links for first-time home buyers and calculators to estimate your mortgage payment or compare the benefits of renting vs. buying a home.
find information on St. Louis homes, neighborhoods, realtors, lenders, and financing options. You will also find practical links for first-time home buyers and calculators to estimate your mortgage payment or compare the benefits of renting vs. buying a home.
TAXES & TAXPAYING ASSISTANCE
Taxpayer Referral & Assistance Center
City of St. Louis Collector of Revenue http://stlcin.missouri.org/collector/
By clicking on an individual department, you may obtain information regarding where and how to pay your taxes, obtaining license plates and driver licenses, determine whether an address is located in the City of St. Louis and view tax rates, tax codes and taxing authorities.
Tax Help AARP Tax Aide aarp.org
AARP provides free tax services to middle and low income taxpayers, with special attention to those age 60 and older. Provides answers to tax questions and links to other tax resources.