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Become a Landlord

Thank you for your interest in becoming a landlord for our Housing Choice Voucher Program (HCVP). Becoming a landlord for the MHA Program is a fast and easy process that will result in benefits to you and the community. In order to lease a unit to an HCVP client, there are owner certification requirements that must be met. To ensure your success as a landlord, a landlord liaison will guide you through the participation requirements and provide you with usefulreference materials. If you would like to become a certified HCVP landlord, please review the Landlord Meeting schedule here to reserve your spot.

 

 

To ensure your success as a landlord, MHA will provide a designated case manager along with training materials. In order to lease a unit to an HCVP client, there are owner certification requirements that must be met. If you would like to become a certified HCVP landlord, please contact MHA via email at mpjohnson@mhapha.org. You will be scheduled for a landlord certification class. Be prepared to satisfy the following requirements:

  • Prove ownership of the property by providing one of the following: Copy of Deed of Record, HUD 1 Settlement Statement, or ownership proof via the on-line database of the Bureau of Real Estate Taxes (BRT)
  • Provide a valid W-9
  • Present valid government issued photo identification
  • Provide a verified Employer Identification Number or Social Security Number


HCVP Main Office

100 South Arch St., Little Rock, AR 772201
Phone: (501) 340-4709
Fax: (501) 340-4714

Office Hours
Monday – Thursday:
8:00AM – 5:30 PM
If you have questions or need assistance, please submit via email to mpjohnson@mhapha.org.

 

Listing your Property

In just one easy step, a landlord can advertise their property to thousands of potential residents. You can download our online form and email it to: mpjohnson@mhapha.org.

Once you have listed a property – and been added to the list – you will be contacted by the prospective tenant. Important things to remember are – the property must be ready for occupancy before it is listed. There will be a HQS Inspection required which will be completed by a Housing Choice Voucher Program inspector after a prospective tenant shows interest in your property.

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