Just like most elements of Landlording, leasing property to Section 8 Tenants

isn’t as routine as it might seem at first.

Yes, you can get a steady stream of pretty reliable income, but, NO, it’s not a hands-free sort of transaction.

In fact, Section 8 housing requires a few extra steps that you may not have considered.


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Do you need help with the eviction process, your lease, or collecting rent?


If you are facing legal dispute, we offer a 30-minute consultation via phone or video conference to help you on your next step. We’ve been helping Landlords for over 13 years now. There is a winning solution to every Landlord/Tenant Law conflict, and we’ve handled hundreds of them.

Together we can craft a strategy personalized for you. The consultation is available via phone, video conference or in person.

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