I'm a former realtor. I would not call getting a Section 8 voucher "I finally hit the big time." Sorry but a Section 8 voucher means living in the dumps, trailer parks, housing projects, crappy rental buildings, etc.
You need to learn that landlords, property managers & owners can accept Section 8 vouchers BUT they can LEGALLY discriminate against renters who cannot pay full market rents.
Example: let's say there is a 4 bedroom house for rent in northern Macomb County renting for $4,000. However, your voucher is for $3,000. The owner will require you to pay the difference of $1,000. every month to make up the difference between $4,000. minus your voucher $2,000. = $1,000. short. No landlord, property manager or owner will take a loss for $1,000. and allow you to rent the house for $3,000. instead of $4,000. Heck no! Landlords will reject you and wait until they get a tenant who can pay the full $4,000. with no voucher. Yes it's discrimination but it's legal because it has to do with finances - not race, gender, family status, religion, etc.
So your best method is to consider Port Huron and find a regular rental that is the same amount as your voucher. You will need to consider an apartment instead of a house because it's cheaper. If you don't like it, too bad. You're stuck until your income is high enough to pay the higher rents or buy something.
Although agents can help you find rentals, the issue is they refuse to work with people on vouchers because even though Section 8 does pay realtors, it's not enough money to make it worth their time. Agents can easily make more money buying and selling homes, so they don't need to work with vouchers.