If the 6 BR aren’t quite enough for you, there is a 3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom stone cottage for guests.
At 21M, the price may be a little high, but don’t let that stop you – that’s just the asking price. If you would like to place an offer on the property, I would be happy to help. Perhaps you could request the property be approved for section 8 housing….. though I’m not sure the rental vouchers would cover your mortgage payment – and doubtful they would even cover your property taxes.
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As for our topic at WREIA on Monday – we are talking about Section 8 Housing. Unless you currently have rentals in the area and already know a lot about Section 8, this is one WREIA meeting you will definitely want to attend.
There are nearly 100 different apartment complexes that have been approved for the Section 8 Program in DC. However, there are hundreds of other private residences which also house people through the Section 8 housing choice voucher program.
We are going to talk about some of the myths and mysteries of Section 8 this month, and I am sure you have some questions…..
When we bring up discussions about Section 8 programs, we sometimes hear questions like;
- Are Section 8 tenants going to wreck my property? (We hear this a lot.)
- Is Section 8 going bankrupt, or will it lose funding?
- Who actually pays me each month?
- Are the tenants paying anything toward rent, or is it all paid for by the government?
- Will my tenants have a job, or is everyone in Section 8 housing unemployed?
- How much will I collect, and will it be near what I can expect as a “regular” rental?
- Will I have to chase down my tenants for their rent money each month?
- …. and more.
Join us this Monday at WREIA and learn from people who are current landlords and provide housing via the Section 8 housing program in the DC area and beyond.
Make plans to join us before it’s too late. You can find the registration page at http://wreia-march2013-wreia.eventbrite.com
Washington REIA Network, President