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Rental Owners & Managers

The North Carolina Housing Finance Agency requires that developments using our affordable housing programs meet certain federal and state requirements, including site maintenance and tenant eligibility. The Agency monitors all properties and reports on compliance for the specified funding source.

To make compliance with those requirements as straightforward as possible, we offer information on policies, procedures and income limits for each funding program and training sessions to help you ensure that your properties and tenants meet necessary requirements.

If you are a property owner or manager who is not currently participating in the Agency's Targeting and Key Programs, the State also offers an additional rental assistance program called the Transitions to Community Living Voucher (TCLV). TCLV offers timely rent deposits and reimbursement for damages and broken leases. Tenants are ready to move in now. To learn more about TCLV, email TCLV@socialserve.com or call 1-866-973-3147. To get started, list your property with NCHousingSearch.org.

Train With Us

We provide technical support and periodic training sessions to help you ensure that your properties and tenants meet program requirements.

  • Q:

    What are my responsibilities for reasonable accommodations?

    A:

    Fair housing laws include important mandates to expand housing choices and opportunities for persons with disabilities. The 2008 Updated Edition of the Reasonable Accommodations and Modifications Guide addresses the issues involved in meeting these mandates and includes examples of what is reasonable, summaries of statutory requirements, specific suggestions on management practices and a statewide resource list.

  • Q:

    How do I prepare my property for an inspection by the NC Housing Finance Agency?

    A:

    Consult our Physical Inspection Guide to prepare your property for a visit. In addition, make sure you are attending periodic training sessions to help you ensure that your properties and tenants are meeting the requirements necessary to keep receiving federal and state housing credits.