If your income or size changes, your landlord will adjust your rent. If your rent decreases, the change will take effect on the first day of the month after you have declared a change in your income or size. If your rent increases, your landlord must notify you of the increase for 30 days and the change will not take effect until the first day of the month after the end of the 30 days. Sometimes a landlord may stop making available the type of subsidized housing described here. If your landlord wishes to do so, they should send you a letter saying goodbye. There are things you can do to combat your landlord`s decision to end this type of subsidized housing, stay where you are, or make sure you can find other affordable housing. If you learn that your landlord intends to terminate a grant, contact the Legal Aid Bureau as soon as possible. Tenants may be evicted from HUD dwellings due to non-compliance with the tenancy agreement or tenant obligations under the landlord-tenant law, not providing information necessary for income verification or other good reasons. Landlords must comply with the state eviction procedure, unless a tenant is entitled to 30 days` notice if he is invited to leave for other reasons. Q: I am a full-time student.
Can I apply for housing financed by income tax credits (LIHTC)? Q: Can`t low-income housing providers rent me out because I have an eviction, a criminal history or bad credit? The Low Income Tax Credit (TTCS) provides housing for low- to middle-income tenants in exchange for tax credits for developers. The LIHTC program is overseen by the Washington State Housing Finance Commission. The termination or non-renewal of the lease agreement must contain a list of concrete reasons for the appeal. The tenant has the right to obtain protection against eviction in court as a defence against eviction if he feels that he has been evicted for unnecessary reasons. Go to the Evacuation Process section of our eviction site and talk to a lawyer for more information.