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  • How does Section 8 housing work for renters?

  • Renters who want to live in apartments that accept vouchers apply for Section 8 through their local PHA. The vouchers cover a portion of the rent based on how much rent you can afford. Section 8 tenants usually pay their landlord 30 percent of their monthly income, and the government pays the rest. There are two kinds of vouchers.

  • Can a family member be the landlord of a section 8?

  • Generally, no a family member cannot be the landlord of a Section 8 household, unless the tenant is disabled and requests a reasonable accommodation. When requesting a reasonable accommodation for this service, the landlord must provide proof that they do not currently live in the unit.

  • Can I use my section 8 voucher for just one room?

  • Generally, your Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher must be tied to the lease for a rental property. So, all residents of the unit must go through the application process, and the voucher must be used for the entire unit, and not just one room. However,…

  • Do landlords get a tax credit for accepting Section 8 renters?

  • Contrary to some internet myths, landlords do not receive a tax credit for accepting Section 8 renters. Tenants apply with the local housing office in order to get Section 8 approved vouchers. Those prospective Section 8 tenants usually sit on a waiting list to join the program.