Bryan breaks down the benefits of becoming a section 8 landlordRequirements The first step in becoming a Section 8 landlord is completing an application, as well as providing personal data. This includes stating what you require for rent payments. Your rates should not be too high for your particular area if you want your application to be accepted. After your application has been approved, there’s a rather in-depth inspection on your rental property to ensure it measures up to all the local safety codes and building regulations. A typical property inspection entails checking locks on doors and windows, besides ensuring plumbing and wiring is working and is safe. Building structures are examined to make sure they’re safe. Safety ramps and handrails may need to be installed. If changes need to be made, you’ll be informed so that you’ll be able to be accepted as a Section 8 landlord. Once your property has passed inspection and you’re approved, you can start receiving vouchers from Section 8 tenants.
HQS Housing Inspection VideoAdvantages A few of the main benefits of being a Section 8 housing landlord include:
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