If you live in Indiana how do you put your house on Section 8?
You would apply to HUD to put your house on Section 8. Do this either online or call the local office to find out how to do this.
The phrase "put it under section 8" is an ambiguous term. But I am presuming you are meaning to list the house to rent out to tenants who hold the section 8 voucher. In this case, the answer is no. You do not have to have a fully paid mortgage to list your house for renting out to section 8 tenants.
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if they are not hurting your house then just leave them. they are doing you no harm & that is their home just as much as yours. If they are hurting your house try building a space for them to live. put food out for them in this space and they will probably go live in the space instead of your house!
People put nautical stars on the side of their house as a symbol of guidance. The nautical star is used to guide their loved ones home. They may also put them on the house as a sign that someone in the house is in the Navy. Or it could just be that they live in a coastal area and nautical stars are common decorative items in coastal areas.
If you're upside down on a house in Oklahoma and you're stationed in Germany is contracting with the government to use your house for Section 8 housing a good idea?
If a parent dies can sibling who has looked after them remain in the house even though a will has left the house to be shared between 2 siblings?
If you have been served with legal papers stating that the lender has taken back possession of the property, then you may not (lawfully) occupy it. It is private property and now belongs to the lending institution. On the other hand: If you have not yet actually been served with the papers or evicted, you probably can stay until such time as you receive the eviction notice or the Sheriff's office shows up to put…
That depends on where you live. If you live in Idaho, not very long, but if you live on the East Coast, approximately 3,000 miles. Seriously, though, we need to know where you live and you can edit the question and put it in or leave the question the way it is and add the information to the discussion page.