In one recent case of mine, no! (advantage, rent was never late)
No. The government will do walk through with you and the tenant. The
tenant must follow the Lease as in any other case. There is another
inspection when the lease is re-newed. Items needing attention
(routine wear and tear) must be corrected.
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Landlord's Obligations: The role of the landlord in the voucher program is
to provide decent, safe, and sanitary housing to a tenant at a reasonable
rent. The dwelling unit must pass the program's housing quality standards
and be maintained up to those standards as long as the owner receives
housing assistance payments. In addition, the landlord is expected to
provide the services agreed to as part of the lease signed with the tenant
and the contract signed with the PHA.
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Properly done, both should meet the standards of the
International Property Maintenance Code.
But reality says that there are a lot of 'parking lot inspections'
So it depends on local code, the quality of inspections, etc.
You should rephrase the question to get a more appropriate
As far as the question goes, it's been my impression that
Section 8 renters tend more to not do the little fixit
things that come along, and leave them more to the owner.
Even when it's the tenant's kid that broke the wallboard.
I won't even consider renting Section 8.
My houses all meet the local building code for existing structures or will
if they don't.
Do you really want to be dependent on the government for anything?
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