PACKETS AND FORMS
Landlord Direct Deposit Form - The Housing Authority offers direct deposit for landlords to receive their Housing Assistance Payments electronically. It's fast, it's safe, and it's convenient. Just complete the form and mail.
The Landlord Guidebook - Sources of information pertaining to the policies and procedures of the Housing Choice Voucher Program. Included in the packet is very useful information that may help in answering many questions concerning the Housing Choice Voucher Program. Also included in this packet are the Housing Quality Standard guidelines that define the unit qualifications for the Housing Choice Voucher Program.
Property Owner Change of Address Form - If you are a current HCVP landlord and need to change your mailing address, please use this form.
Request for a Change of Ownership/Management - If you have recently purchased a property that houses Housing Choice Voucher Program clients, please complete and mail.
Request for Tenancy Approval (RFTA): Owners Packet - This packet provides a property owner, who has a DHC participant interested in rental unit, guidance regarding the Owner required documents and the process of completing a Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) contract with DHC.
Utility Allowances Schedules – The Utility Allowances were approved by the Board during the May 21, 2015 meeting and effective June 1, 2015. The Utility allowance will be implemented with client annual re-certifications effective August 1, 2015 and new contracts where vouchers were issued after May 31, 2015.
HAP Contract Change Request – A list of the documents needed to generate the Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) Contract. Please review the instructions carefully.
Owner Documents Request: HAP Contract Execution – To request for a Rent Increase, Change in Utility Responsibility, or Change # Bedrooms (verifiable renovations) please complete and submit. All approved increases will be effective the first day of the month following a 60 day written notice to the office.
Explanation of Building types:
- One, two, three story usually associated with duplexes and multifamily housing with three or less stories.
- High/Rise relates to buildings with four or more stores
A Good Place to Live
Landlord Complaint Form
IRS W-9 Form
Unit Inspections for Housing Quality Standards
Property Owner Request HQS Time Extension
Landlord Property Information - This option should only be used by landlords who have not had any property under the Section 8 Program and would like to place the property on the Section 8 list as potential rental property. Use one of the options below to enter your rental property information. If you wish to manualy submit your property information, you may download the form and carry it to the DHC housing office or you may enter the information on line.