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Vacant Units

594

(Updated 6/22/19)

In general, a unit can be considered vacant due to any number of the following reasons; 1. Not ready for occupancy 2. Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards  3. Insurance repair do to incident 4. Modernization 5. Culturally Sensitive (i.e. death in unit) or 6. Ready for Occupancy (Waiting for tenant assignment and/or acceptance).

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Available Units Ready for Occupancy

134

(Updated 6/22/19)
Ready for Occupancy (Waiting for tenant assignment and/or acceptance). Contact your local Housing Management Office for more details.

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May 16th ,2019
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 16, 2019 *** MEDIA ADVISORY *** NHA to hold open house to showcase modernization units in Window Rock Total of 200 public rental units modernized Navajo Nation wide On Monday, May 20, 2019, the Navajo Housing Authority will host an open house at Window Rock Public Rental Project Site (AZ12-057), which
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November 07th ,2018
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz.– On Nov. 1, the Navajo Housing Authority hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for a 60-unit multi-family apartment complex and a multi-purpose facility to be built in Window Rock, Ariz. Plans for the new development would also include a laundry mat and multi-functional rooms to accommodate community and family

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