To qualify for Section 8 housing, a person's household usually needs to have limited income and at least one member who is a U.S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen. Being qualified for Section 8 housing is no guarantee ... More »

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The Housing Choice Voucher Program Section 8 is open to U.S citizens or eligible non-citizens with family income less than 50 percent of the median income in their community, according to the Department of Housing and Ur... More »

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To find out if a person qualifies for Section 8 housing, he must provide income documentation to his local Department of Housing and Urban Development. The documentation typically includes tax documents and recent pay st... More »

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In general, renters may be disqualified for Section 8 housing benefits for criminal activity, misrepresentation and financial irresponsibility; changes in income and household composition may also cause disqualification ... More »

Qualifying income, along with household size and area of residence, are all contributing factors that make one eligible for Section 8 housing. A person must have low income and pay a majority of their income to rent. More »

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To qualify for Section 8 housing, the family’s household income cannot exceed 50% of the median income for the county or metropolitan area where the family decides to reside. Each year the Department of Housing and Urban... More »

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To find out if a person qualifies for Section 8 housing, he must provide income documentation to his local Department of Housing and Urban Development. The documentation typically includes tax documents and recent pay st... More »

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