HCV Landlords

Landlords! Want to check your ledger?
How about manage your bank account information?
Or view unit inspection information? Use RentCAFE!!!
BUT FIRST - Did you receive your registration code, via mail or email?

No? Submit your basic information here to have your registration code retrieved for you!

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If you have already registered and have a RentCAFE account:

RentCAFE

RentCAFE
Download Rent Cafe Portal Presentation delivered May 22nd, 2018

Free Computer Classes for Participants and Landlords. See details here!

Find your Case Worker by locating your last name in the alphabet assignment below.
Case Worker Email Alpha Split / Description
Kimberly Stokes Email Case Worker on medical leave
Lashon Kemp Email Case Worker A - Dock
Tiawatta Ervin Email Case Worker Dockery - J Jones
Jacqueline Jackson Email Case Worker K Jones - McNeil / Port Specialist
Keidreana Sanders Email Case Worker McPherson - Shelton
Loretta Ridgeway Email Case Worker Shepherd - Z
Jennifer Gibby Email Case Worker SPVs - VASH, HOME, DTR, FUPF, NED, MS5
     
Shewanda Johnson Email Case Worker Move Team: A - L
Jennifer Gibby Email Case Worker Move Team: M - Z
     
Fritzi Oliver Email Case Worker Intake Team - Interviews
Belinda Dulaney     Email Case Worker Intake Team - Interviews
     
Lisa Barney Email Case Worker FSS RSA: A - K
Sonya Curtis Email Case Worker FSS RSA: L - Z
     
HCV Frontdesk Email Front Desk Front Desk/Reception
Quita Gulley Email Inspections Clerk Inspections Clerk / Scheduling & inspection reports  
Mark Chatham Email HCV Inspector HCV Inspector
Tara Pettway Email Landlord Liaison Landlord Liaison / Payment Research / Receipting
     
Yeta Cook Email Manager HCV Operations Manager
Monica Griffin Email Manager HCV Manager
     

Advertising and locating property made simple!

Mobile Housing Board ("MHB") has partnered with GoSection8.com and ALHousingSearch.org, which provide an enhanced manner to list rental properties online. Listings are available to potential Housing Choice Voucher participants who are seeking apartments, duplexes, single-family homes or townhomes in the private market. If you have questions regarding registering, creating, or viewing property listings, please clink the links above to go to their websites, or call the GoSection8 toll free help line at 1-866-466-7328, or ALHousingSearch.org at 1-877-428-8844.

It is recommended that Landlords add photos to their listing for better advertising and faster lease up!

Landlords add your rental property - Click here

Landlord Responsibilities

  1. Screen families
  2. Comply with fair housing laws (No unlawful discrimination against any family.)
  3. Provide proof of legal ownership
  4. Maintain housing unit(s) to meet HUD’s minimum housing quality standards
  5. Comply with terms of Housing Assistance Payments Contract
  6. Collect rent due from the family (Enforce leases)
  7. Do not require the family to pay additional amounts not specified in the lease.
  8. Notify MHB when the unit is vacant.
  9. Notify MHB of your desire to sell the unit.
  10. Certify landlord/owner is not related to the Housing Choice family.

Unit Inspections

Housing Quality Standards ("HQS") have been set by HUD to ensure that assisted units meet minimum health and safety standards. HQS consists of (a) performance requirements, and (b) acceptability criteria or HUD approved variations in the acceptability criteria. Please contact MHB for a copy of HUD Form 52580 (Inspection Form). MHB requires additional standards in compliance with the local City Code and Fire Code regarding window screens, screen doors, smoke alarms, etc.

Most Common Items That Fail Inspection?

  1. Inoperable smoke alarms (batteries dead or missing)
  2. Missing or cracked electrical outlet cover plates
  3. Railings not present where required (handrails for steps most commonly required)
  4. Deteriorated paint surfaces (i.e.,. peeling, cracking, flaking paint on exterior and interior surfaces (Lead-based paint is an issue for all units built prior to 1-1-78, specifically with a child under age 6 in the family.)
  5. Tripping hazards caused by permanently installed floor coverings (carpet/vinyl)
  6. Cracked or broken window panes
  7. Inoperable burners on stoves or inoperable range hoods
  8. Missing burner control knobs
  9. Defective refrigerator gaskets (broken seal allowing air to escape)
  10. Leaking faucets or other plumbing
  11. No temperature/pressure relief valve on water heaters
  12. No insulation around front and back doors (Ensure no outside light can be seen when doors are closed.)

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