Section 8 Housing

Who pays for section 8 housing?

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The tenant living in the housing unit and the local Housing Authority which are funded by the Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

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Who pays the water has nothing to do with whether one is on section 8. If your rent does not include water, the Housing Authority will calculate your utility allowance to include water, sewer, and garbage, if applicable.


Section 8 Housing is a low-income housing program provided for families that are in need of housing and cannot afford it on ones own income. If an ad says that they accept Section 8 Housing, it means they are in acceptance of this government program, in which the program pays the most part of the rent and the family pays a small portion depending on the household income and family size.


Your porting costs are either ABSORBED by the receiving Housing Authority, or BILLED to the initial Housing Authority.


The Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program provides rental assistance for those who qualify for programs such as section 8 housing.



No, you cannot receive Section 8 housing if you have a felony. If you are convicted of a crime while on Section 8 housing, you will lose the housing. you can get section 8 as long as the felony 3 years old am I a felon?


section 8 is a housing program for low income families. which is much better than public housing,You must have heard in the Military section 8 means your crazy.Sothe housing should have picked a better term so its not demeaning. "Section 8" refers to the act of Congress which created it. It was established as part of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974. The part of that Act which created this program was an amendment of Section 8 of the U.S. Housing Act of 1937. Hence the name "Section 8 Housing".


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Yes, they advertise section 8 housing on apartmentguide.com. You can see them at advertise section 8 housing on apartmentguide.com? Section 8 (government subsidized housing) is advertised in most online rental websites. Apartmentguide.com's advanced search allows you to search for words in the description so you can insert Section 8 here.


Yes Boston does have section 8 housing. Check out the Boston Housing Authority web page to see if you qualify.


Section 8 apartments are a type of housing for low-income families that fall under the 50 percent area median income. If eligible, applicants receive apartments and housing at a much cheaper monthly rental rate than the average person pays. To determine eligibility and locate Section 8 apartments in the local area, there are a few useful tools to assist in landing a Section 8 apartment.


Yes, there is a physical section 8 housing list when you apply. You can read more information at www.nyc.gov/html/nycha/downloads/pdf/070213N.pdf


you apply for section 8 at your local housing authority and if you qualify you can get section 8


Section 8 housing is regulated under Section 8 of the Housing Act of 1937 (42 U.S.C. § 1437f), within the United States. Therefor, no Section 8 housing is not available in Canada as it is not part of the United States. However the National Housing Act passed by the Parliament of Canada in 1938 may provide something similar. But it won't be called "Section 8 housing" and it will operate differently.


This is a question to ask the Housing Authority that is administering the Section 8 Program.


Section 8 housing are houses that are subsidized by the government for low income families. These houses are sponsored by the US Housing and Urban Development department to assist families in need of housing. They are call "Section 8" because of section #8 of the Housing Act of 1937. Depending of the area of the US, Section 8 housings can range from good to deplorable living conditions.


It is relatively to to become a section 8 landlord. You can apply to through your local HUD housing authority or apply through a section 8 participant.


Section 8 housing, yes. Go down to the county that you live in and ask for a Section 8 housing form. Fill it out with all the appropriate information and the housing authority will decide if you're eligible.


No you do not have to. What section 8 program are you in? multifamily, section 8 housing choice vouchers, certificate???


Almost every city in the United States has some sort of Section 8 housing. You can get details on Section 8 housing in your area from the Department of Human Services.


Apply. Check with you local Housing Authority there.


If you are interested in renting to section 8 renters, i would talk to your local housing authority.


Each Housing Authority has its own rules by which someone applies for a section 8 voucher, now known as a housing choice voucher, or public housing. Most qualifications are the same for every jurisdiction, since the section 8 housing program is a federal program.


Section 8 housing is a government program that helps low income or even the homeless find affordable housing. Many people apply to get the subsidy the voucher program offers in Section 8, which results in a waiting list to get housing from participating landlords.


There are different variations of the section 8 program. There is the section 8 housing choice voucher program, there is multi-family section 8, there is public housing administered through the housing authority, there is 236 housing, there is 202 PAC, PRAC and 811 PAC, PRAC. Check with your local HUD office for a list of programs and who to contact to get on the different waiting lists.



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