Section 8 Housing Application Florida
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Section 8 Housing Application Florida

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21LEASE AND CONTRACT SIGNINGThe HAP Contract consists of Part A, Part B, Part C and the Tenancy Addendum.Parts A, B and C are between the Housing Authority and the Landlord.The Tenancy Addendum is between the Landlord and the participant Family and must be included as part of the Lease between the Landlord and the participant Family.Part A contains contract information specific to the unit, family, rent, Landlord, household members, HAP payment and Landlord and OHA signatures.Part B contains all of the contract termsPart C and the Tenancy Addendum are made part of the Lease between the Landlord and the participant FamilyOnce all documents are signed, a Payment Adjustment Notice will be mailed advising you of the HAP payment (OHA portion) and the Family’s portion as well as copies of all documents you signed.22INSPECTION CRITERIARental units subsidized by the HCV program must meet Housing Quality Standards.OHA is required to inspect each unit prior to occupancy and at least annually.

All city, state and county codes must be followed.For a general checklist of requirements for inspection, please review the HQS inspection form or contact our inspection department.Some deficiencies present immediate danger or threat to the health and/or safety of the family.These items require correction within 24 hours.

The HAP may be abated if these items are not repaired within the specified time period.Additionally, payments will not be made during the period of time a unit does not meet HQS for items of a serious nature.23LEAD-BASED PAINT REQUIREMENTSUnits built prior to 1978 may contain lead-based paint.Lead paint can be found on any painted surface –inside or outside –in woodwork, walls, floors and stairs.

Children under the age of 6, pregnant women and people exposed to lead during work or hobbies are at risk.

When renting a Landlord must disclose to the renter any knowledge of lead paint in the unit.

The pamphlet, “Lead Paint: Protect Your Family”must be given to the families.The OHA Inspector will look for deteriorated, chipping and peeling paint.

The Landlord will be required to investigate further and provide a statement that the unit is lead free.24ANNUAL RECERTIFICATION PROCESSThe circumstances of every HCV assisted family must be reviewed at least annually.

This process begins 90-120 days prior to the anniversary date of the move-in.

This process is in accordance with the terms and conditions of the HAP contract.The Landlord may decide to renew the lease at this time.

The annual unit inspection is conducted during this process.Once the process is complete,

a Payment Adjustment Notice is mailed to the Landlord and the Family to advise of the family’s rent portion and the OHA HAP amount and the effective date.25ANNUAL RENT INCREASESDuring the annual recertification process, the Landlord may request an increase in the contract rent amount.

This request must be submitted in writingat least 60 days prior to the effective date of the change.

A lease with the new rent amount included does not satisfy the requirement of a written request.This request must be in the form of a letter or OHA Rent Increase Request form.The same factors used to determine and negotiate initial rent amounts will be used in determining if the requested rent increase amount will be approved or denied.

The final determination regarding the requested rent increase amount will be subject to rent reasonableness and funding received from HUD.

26CHANGE OF OWNERSHIPIn the event there is a change of ownership for the assisted unit, the following actions are required:The current and new Owners must submit a letter to OHA indicating the sale of the property (including date of sale, purchaser’s name, address, phone number of new Owner)New Owner must complete and submit a Landlord Change InformationpacketNew Owner must sign Change of Ownership Statement of Intent formconfirming his/her intent to honor the HAP contract and LeaseNew Owner must submit IRS W-9 form along with required documentsProof of OwnershipNew Lease and Contract must be executed27TERMINATIONSFamilies may be terminated from the HCV program if they commit any serious or repeated violations of the Lease or fail to comply with HUD and/or OHA program requirements.Landlords may be terminated from participation in the HCV program for failure to comply with HUD and/or OHA program requirements as stated in theHAP contract.OHA requires that copies of termination and eviction notices served upon the Family be furnished to OHA.28FILING FOR EVICTIONEviction proceedings initiated by the Landlord must be in accordance with State and local laws
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.A copy of the Florida Landlord and Tenant Law (Florida Statute Chapter 83) is available in our office.HAP payments will continue until a court ordered eviction (Writ of Possession) or actual eviction of the family’s possession from the premises occurs.Landlord’s can never evict a tenant for non-payment of OHA’s portion of the rent amount, only for the family’s portion.29FRAUD SIDE PAYMENTSThe collection of side payments from HCV participants is a serious offense that is punishable under Federal law.

Side payments include, but are not limited to, rent payments collected from HCV participants in addition to the agreed upon contract rent amount, fees for appliances or routine maintenance services or additional charges for utilitiesthat are included in the rent or that the Landlord has agreed to pay.

Additionally, requiring participants to perform services in lieu of payments (i.e, perform their own maintenance) is not permitted.If it is discovered or suspected that a Landlord is collecting any form of side payment the matter will be reported to the Office of Inspector General (OIG) for investigation and possible prosecution under Federal law pursuant to HUD regulations.MOVE-OUTS
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1529 W.Main Street Tampa, FL 33607 PRELIMINARY APPLICATION FOR PUBLIC HOUSING

This is a preliminary application.

Once this pre-application is processed, we will notify you of your status.

Qualified applicants will be scheduled for a full application meeting before being placed on a waiting list.

Disqualified applicants will receive a letter detailing the reasons for denial.

Please provide correct mailing address where Tampa Housing Authority may notify you of the status of this pre-application.

Please mail this application to Central Intake, 1529 W.Main Street, Tampa, FL 33607.

PROPERTY CHOICE: When completing this pre-application process, you are required to select one priority property that you are interested in applying for.

Note: Be sure the property you select has the bedroom size needed for your family composition.

PUBLIC HOUSING ROBLES PARK VILLAGE

3814 CENTRAL AVENUE 33603

1-5 BEDROOMS NORTH BLVD.HOMES

1129 MAIN ST.

33607

1-5 BEDROOMS

ELDERLY APARTMENTS: (55 years or older) J.L.YOUNG APARTMENTS

8220 N.

FLORIDA AVE.33604

STUDIO,1 BEDROOMS BETHUNE HI-RISE

1515 UNION ST.

33607

1-2 BEDROOMS

SOUTH SCATTERED SITES ARBORS AT PADGETT ESTATES 4714 S.TRASK AVE.

33611

1-3 BEDROOMS AZEELE APARTMENTS

2801 AZEELE 33609

1-2 BEDROOMS BAY CEIA APARTMENTS

3422 MACDILL AVENUE 33629

1-2 BEDROOMS SOHO APARTMENTS

212 S HOWARD AVENUE 33606

1-2 BEDROOMS ST.

LOUIS/ST.CONRAD

2310 ST.

LOUIS 33607

3 BEDROOMS

NORTH SCATTERED SITES SEMINOLE PARK

4706 MUSKOGEE CT.

33610

1-3 BEDROOMS SCRUGGS MANOR

11201 N 22ND AVENUE 33612

2-3 BEDROOMS AZZARELLI APARTMENTS

5038 TEMPLE HEIGHTS 33617

2-3 BEDROOMS SHIMBERG ESTATES

1314 SLIGH AVENUE 33604

1-2 BEDROOMS SQUIRE VILLA

5817 N.ROME AVENUE 33603

1-2 BEDROOMS C.BLYTHE ANDREWS
2201 E.OSBORNE AVENUE 33610

3-5 BEDROOMS FAMILY COMPOSITION Last Name: _____________________________ First Name: ______________________MI___ DOB:________________ SS#: Day/Work Phone: _________________________ Mailing Address: List all other members of the household.

Do not include yourself.Last Name, First Name, MI Relationship Sex Age SS#
Total Annual Household Income: $___________________
Total Household Members: __________ HOUSING AND CRIMINAL HISTORY Have you ever lived in public housing, section 8 or any subsidized housing complex?

YES

NO If so, Where: ______________________ When: ________________Do you owe a balance? ________________

Have you ever been evicted or terminated from public housing, section 8 or any subsidized housing so, Where: __________________________ When: ______________________Why: ____________________

Have you ever been arrested for any of the following criminal activities?

Drug Related Activity

Date: Criminal Activity

Date: Offenses

Date: _____________________

None of the 1001 of Title 18 of the U.S.

Code makes it a criminal offense to make false statements or misrepresentation to any department or agency of the U.S.as to any matter within its signature is the consent which will allow the Tampa Housing Authority to acquire all family order to determine my eligibility for public housing.

Applicant Signature: Date: _________________________.
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