The affordable housing project was started in and includes the renovation of six apartment buildings encompassing 42 units at Calcaterra Circle near the Las Vegas Strip. The apartments will accommodate lower-income families and individuals through Neighborhood Housing Services of Southern Nevada programs.
Be aware of common factors that may disqualify an application. Confirm that you meet the basic qualifications.
Applicants must be at least 18 years old, and a United States citizen or noncitizen who has eligible immigration status.
Single persons are eligible, as well as households with or without children. If a Project-Based Section 8 property does not have any one bedroom units, a single person household would not qualify.
Eligible immigration status includes a lawful permanent resident; registry immigrant; refugee or asylee; conditional entrant; parolee; withholding grantee; person granted amnesty status; resident of the Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Palau, and Guam; victim or relative of a victim of trafficking.
This is referred to as the income limit, and the amount increases for each additional member of the household including children. Because determining income is so complex, we recommend you contact each property to determine if you are eligible and what your rent will be.
Determine if there are any restrictions. A Project-Based Section 8 community may be reserved for elderly or disabled tenants. Applicants will likely have to submit to a credit report.
An applicant is not required to have good credit, but a poor credit report may make you ineligible. Credit decisions are made on a property by property basis and depending on the geographic area and financial standards of each property owner, your credit requirements can be very different for each apartment property you apply to.
A list of prior landlords may be required, including the address of the property and landlord contact information. In addition, the property manager may contact previous landlords for a reference.
If you have a poor track record as a tenant at other properties, you could be at risk of being rejected as a qualifying tenant. Always try to keep a good relationship with every landlord and never leave a lease on bad terms.
A criminal background check will often be required, as well. Having a criminal record may make it difficult for a person to be approved for housing, but it does not automatically disqualify them. A person with an arrest record, but no conviction, has a greater chance of qualifying over someone who has been convicted of a crime.
Each property operates differently, but may allow persons with a criminal record to qualify based on the length of time since the offense occurred, and the severity of the crime.
Persons on any state lifetime sex offender registry are ineligible as well. Be truthful with the information you write on an application.
Putting false information on the application may not only disqualify you, but also get you in legal trouble.The Deerfield Board of Trustees unanimously gave a preliminary approval Sept. 4 to a report from the Plan Commission recommending the project, but added affordable housing as a requirement.
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