The Mountain Housing Council recognizes how challenging it is to find long-term rentals and affordable housing options in the Truckee-Tahoe region. We are working to create more opportunities for both renters and buyers in the Truckee-Tahoe region. (See the MHC tab above for more on what we have accomplished and what we plan to do.)
In the meantime, we’ve compiled this comprehensive list of local housing resources.
Local Housing Groups
The following community groups are places people can look for roommates, tenants, and housing.
A new and innovative partnership with the Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation, Landing works directly with employers to vet and qualify renters, create flexible lease arrangements, and provide a place for homeowners and property managers to list their properties — with the goal of building a trust-based online platform for mountain housing.
Existing and Planned Affordable Housing
Below is a map of existing affordable housing (green) and approved but not yet built affordable housing (blue). Zoom, scroll and click on each pin to find details, including numbers and types of units, contact information for existing housing and more. Once built, the approved projects would add up to 459 affordable housing units (38 very low income, 142 low income and 16 moderate income).
Please note that with the high demand for affordable housing, most of these properties have a waitlist. Contact individual properties to get on these wait
Other Places to Find Housing