This manual outlines what is needed to develop and manage a scattered-site rental housing program. With such a program, a nonprofit housing organization acquires and renovates rental properties for low- and very low-income households. Depending on the neighborhood, the organization purchases houses or small apartment buildings located throughout the area, rather than concentrated at one site. Topics covered in the manual include market dynamics, financing strategies, project feasibility analysis, acquisition strategies, project and asset management and potential risks and their solutions. Although the numbers used for illustration of the budget and the cost of development are somewhat dated, the categories and basic information are still valid. This manual is one of 36 included in Enterprise's Community Development Library (CD Library).