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What is the Housing Choice Voucher Program?
Skyline Properties is proud to be one of the largest service provider to Section 8 Voucher Program in Baltimore City Maryland.  We have several hundred renters that utilize the program.  We work closely with Section 8 to make sure our rental homes are safe and meet all Section 8 Standards.  If you have a voucher and are looking for a new home contact us.  

The Housing Choice Voucher Program is a federally funded, locally administered rental assistance program that helps low-income families, the elderly and the disabled afford decent, safe housing in the private market. The participant is free to choose any housing type that meets the requirements of the program.
Baltimore Housing receives funds from HUD to administer the Housing Choice Voucher Program in Baltimore City. We disperse over 11,000 housing choice vouchers throughout the City, surrounding counties, and nation.

How does the program work for a family?
After having qualified for the program, the family receives a housing voucher. The family then is responsible for finding a suitable housing unit where the owner agrees to rent under the program. (This unit may include the family's present residence.) Baltimore Housing then pays a housing subsidy directly to the landlord on behalf of the participating family. The family is responsible for paying the difference between the actual rent charged by the landlord and the amount subsidized by the program.

Who can get a Housing Choice Voucher?
The program assists mostly very low-income families in Baltimore. The program takes families from its waiting list, determines the amount of assistance they will receive, and gives them a Voucher. The voucher term is for a maximum of 180 days with an additional 30 days provided as a reasonable accommodation for a person with a disability.

What is the Housing Choice Voucher Program?
The Housing Choice Voucher Program is a federally funded, locally administered rental assistance program that helps low-income families, the elderly and the disabled afford decent, safe housing in the private market. The participant is free to choose any housing type that meets the requirements of the program. Baltimore Housing receives funds from HUD to administer the Housing Choice Voucher Program in Baltimore City. We disperse over 11,000 housing choice vouchers throughout the City, surrounding counties, and nation.


As a landlord, how will I benefit from renting to a family with a Housing Choice Voucher?
The guaranteed, on time, monthly subsidy payment from the HABC is your biggest benefit. In addition, if the family leaves the apartment in violation of the lease, you may keep the subsidy payment for the month in which the family leaves. You are also protected from financial loss if your tenant suffers unexpected financial hardship. If this occurs, the subsidy payment is increased to compensate for your tenant's lower income. The program can also help prevent your vacant apartments from remaining empty for too long, since we assist a large number of prospective tenants who are qualified for housing subsidy assistance look for housing.

How does the program work for a family?
After having qualified for the program, the family receives a housing voucher. The family then is responsible for finding a suitable housing unit where the owner agrees to rent under the program. (This unit may include the family's present residence.) Baltimore Housing then pays a housing subsidy directly to the landlord on behalf of the participating family. The family is responsible for paying the difference between the actual rent charged by the landlord and the amount subsidized by the program.

Who can get a Housing Choice Voucher?
The program assists mostly very low-income families in Baltimore. The program takes families from its waiting list, determines the amount of assistance they will receive, and gives them a Voucher. The voucher term is for a maximum of 180 days with an additional 30 days provided as a reasonable accommodation for a person with a disability.

EXTERIOR MAINTENANCE

The Owner's Responsibility
- Every Owner of a building containing two (2) or more dwelling units must maintain all lots and exterior premises, including abutting sidewalks, gutters, and alleys, in a clean, safe and sanitary condition.

The Occupant's Responsibility
- The Occupant of a single-unit building and an Occupant of a unit with exclusive use of an exterior property area (i.e. a tenant in a first floor apartment with sole use of the backyard yard) must maintain all lots and exterior premises, including abutting sidewalks, gutters, and alleys in a clean, safe and sanitary condition.

While all responsibilities are noted in the Property Maintenance Code of Baltimore City here are several examples

- Keep grass, weeds or plant growth below 8 inches and remove all noxious weeds.
- Prune or remove all trees and shrubbery if they are: 1) dangerous to life and property; 2) create a fire or traffic hazard; 3) encroach on adjacent property.
- Prohibit the accumulation of trash, debris, and bulk trash, including the following discarded items:

Animal waste
Furniture
Equipment
Appliances
Construction Material
Similar Objects & Materials

Please keep in mind the following when discarding trash, garbage, and debris:

- An Occupant must provide and maintain their own storage receptacles, except those residing in a multi-family dwelling.
- Receptacles cannot be placed out for collection on a sidewalk or along an alley earlier than the day of collection.
- Receptacles must be returned promptly to the premises after collections
- If discarded or abandoned articles are too large for disposal in the required receptacles, they must be transported to a landfill or approved disposal site.

 

 

RATPROOFING AND PEST EXTERMINATION

The Owner's responsibility
- The Owner is responsible for ratproofing the building and maintaining the ratproof condition. Ratproofing methods include: 1) preventing entrance by blocking passages with rat-resistant material; and 2) paving basements and any other areas that are in contact with the soil.

The Occupant's Responsibility - An Occupant of a single-unit building is responsible for extermination of insects, rodents, or other pests, other than wood destroying insects.

- An Occupant of a multiple-family dwelling is responsible for extermination if the Occupant's unit is the only one affected.

INTERIOR MAINTENANCE

The Owner's Responsibility
- The Owner must maintain shared, common or public areas within each building that contains more than one unit. However, the Owner is responsible for repairing or replacing defective and damaged items in all the units.

The Occupant's Responsibility
- The Occupant must keep in a clean and sanitary condition their unit and any other of areas that they occupy or control. Keep in mind that the Owner may hold an Occupant accountable for damaging interior property due to negligence.Areas for Interior Maintenance

While all responsibilities are noted in the Property Maintenance Code of Baltimore City here are several areas for maintenance of interior areas:

- Floors, Furniture, Countertops and similar surfaces must be clean and free of trash, garbage, and debris, including human and animal waste and any other insanitary matter or cause of nuisance.

- Walls, Ceilings, Windows, and Doorways must be clean and free of dirt, grease, soot and any other insanitary matter or cause or nuisance.

- Plumbing fixtures must be kept clean and free from any foreign object or material that could obstruct a fixture or a line connected to a fixture.

 
 
 
 

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