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Northwest Regional Housing Authority:

 

Serving Baxter (4), Boone (2), Carroll (1), Madison (5), Marion (3), Newton (6), and Searcy (7) Counties


Mutual Self-Help Housing:

 

Serving Baxter (4), Boone (2), Carroll (1), Fulton (8), Izard (9), Madison (5), Marion (3), Newton (6), Searcy (7), and Stone (10) Counties


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Questions & Answers - (Expand All Answers)
Managed Rental Properties - Q&A
Can an individual apply to both the property and Section 8?
Can I apply at more than one complex?
How do I obtain an application?
How do you screen applicants?
How long will I have to wait before I am called for an apartment?
How long will my application remain active?
How much will my rent be?
Is there a maximum income that would make me ineligible?
Is there a minimum age requirement?
What should I do if my income, family composition, or address changes before I am housed?
Who should I contact regarding the status of my application?
 
Housing Choice Voucher - Owners/Managers
After I sign the RFTA and family submits it to the Housing Authority, how long before an inspection is scheduled?
Are there regulations that explain what need to be done on order to comply with Section 504?
Arkansas Security Deposit
Does housing authority screen tenants?
How do I request a rent increase?
How do I terminate the tenancy of a Housing Choice Voucher tenant?
How do you determine whether a request for a certain accommodation is reasonable?
How is disability defined?
I am interested in the Housing Choice Voucher program, but still have questions. Who do I contact?
If I choose to rent to a voucher holder, what is the process involved?
If I rent to one voucher holder, do all my units have to be Housing Choice Voucher Tenants?
If I sign the Request for Tenancy Approval (RFTA) form, am I committed to renting to the family?
Is a federally assisted housing provider obligated to provide an accommodation to a tenant or applicant is s/he has not requested it?
May a landlord charge a person who uses a wheelchair a higher security deposit because of concerns about damage to the dwelling unit?
May a recipient refuse to rent to a person with a mental disability because he is uncomfortable with the individual?
May I rent my property under the Housing Choice Voucher Program to a relative?
What about security deposits?
What are the most commonly failed inspection items?
What are the responsibilities of an owner in the voucher program?
What can I expect from a voucher tenant?
What discriminatory practices does Section 504 prohibit?
What documents are used in the Housing Choice Voucher Program?
What happens if a federally assisted housing provider fails to act on a request for an accommodation?
What is a reasonable accommodation under Section 504?
What is Section 504?
What is the Federal Fair Housing Act and what types of discrimination does it prohibit against person with disabilities?
When and how should an individual request an accommodation?
When can a federally assisted housing provider insist on an alternative to the accommodation requested by a tenant?
Who is protected by the law?
Who takes care of tenant-caused damages during tenancy?
 
Housing Choice Voucher - Reasonable Accommodation
Are there regulations that explain what need to be done on order to comply with Section 504?
How do you determine whether a request for a certain accommodation is reasonable?
How is disability defined?
Is a federally assisted housing provider obligated to provide an accommodation to a tenant or applicant is s/he has not requested it?
May a landlord charge a person who uses a wheelchair a higher security deposit because of concerns about damage to the dwelling unit?
May a recipient refuse to rent to a person with a mental disability because he is uncomfortable with the individual?
What discriminatory practices does Section 504 prohibit?
What happens if a federally assisted housing provider fails to act on a request for an accommodation?
What is a reasonable accommodation under Section 504?
What is Section 504?
What is the Federal Fair Housing Act and what types of discrimination does it prohibit against person with disabilities?
When and how should an individual request an accommodation?
When can a federally assisted housing provider insist on an alternative to the accommodation requested by a tenant?
Who is protected by the law?
 
Mutual Self-Help Housing - Q&A
Are families with disabled or handicapped members eligible?
Are payments made while the house is being built?
Are there any other requirements to qualify for the program?
How do I know if I am eligible for the program?
How is the work scheduled?
How long does the process take?
How long will it take to build my house and how much time will I be required to commit each week?
How much cash out-of-pocket will I need?
How much will my house payment be?
I would like to know if I qualify for the program and the home loan before a Building Group is being formed?
If I am on rental assistance do I qualify?
Is the program for families and married couples only?
May I pick my house plans?
May I pick the location of my house?
May I sell my self-help home?
Should I just wait for the phone to ring?
What about a down payment?
What are the credit requirements?
What are the income requirements?
What are the requirements concerning my current housing situation?
What are the terms of the USDA home mortgage loan?
What if I have not established any credit?
What if my credit is not so good?
What is mutual self-help housing?
What is the Water Sense Program?
When will I know it is my turn for an opportunity to be a Building Group Member?
 
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What is the Water Sense Program?
 
 

We are an Equal Housing Opportunity Provider. We provide housing without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, physical or mental handicap, familial status, national origin, or other protected class. To file a complaint of discrimination, write HUD Director, Office of Civil Rights, 451 7th Street S.W., Washington, D.C. 20410 or call Customer Service at (202) 708-1112 (voice) or (202) 708-1455 (TTY). HUD is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

In accordance with federal law and United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex or familial status. To file a complaint of discrimination, write HUD Director, Office of Civil Rights, 451 7th Street S.W., Washington, D.C. 20410, or call (202) 708-1112 (voice) or (202) 708-1455 (TTY).
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