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Usually not. Generally speaking,the tenant pays 30% of their household income toward the rent,and Section 8 picks up the balance above that. If you choose to rent to a Section 8 tenant,you collect a security deposit from them like any other renter.

People also ask

  • Do you rent to Section 8 tenants?

  • This is a common question we get from both landlords and from tenants about whether we rent to section eight tenants and what we think about the program. As a general rule, we檝e got nothing against the tenants who are receiving section eight assistance. In our experience, most of the tenants are great.

  • Should I accept Section 8 housing vouchers?

  • Subsidized or market rate, a responsible tenant is the key to a happy ownership experience. The choice to accept Section 8 Housing Voucher tenants is up to an individual owner. It requires a multi-level evaluation and still requires tenant evaluation. Owners that select responsible Section 8 Housing Voucher tenants are generally happy.

  • What are the risks of being a section 8 landlord?

  • Learn six risks that a landlord may face when dealing with the Section 8 program. When you rent to a Section 8 tenant, you will have to deal with frequent inspections of your property.

  • Can a landlord drop a tenant out of Section 8?

  • If the landlord presents a nice, clean, habitable home that meets all Section 8 requirements, then the tenant allows the home to fall into disrepair by not caring for it properly or failing to report maintenance issues, not only is that a problem in and of itself for the landlord, but it can also lead to the tenant being dropped from the program.