Multifamily

Multifamily
HUD-subsidized multifamily properties represent an important and valuable resource in addressing the nationís affordable housing needs. The successful delivery of this housing resource to the people who need it depends on effective occupancy policies and procedures. HUDís occupancy requirements and procedures ensure that eligible applicants are selected for occupancy, that tenants receive the proper level of assistance, and that tenants are treated fairly and consistently. Rent is based on income. If you are approved for residency of a HUD-assisted multifamily housing property, you also have certain responsibilities to ensure that your building remains a suitable home for you and your neighbors. By signing a lease, you and the owner (LCHA) have entered into a legal, enforceable contract. You are responsible for complying with your lease, house rules, and local laws governing your property. Lake City Housing Authority (LCHA) is committed to maintaining the best possible living environment for all residents.

Other Rental Units - Not income bases
Lake City Housing Authority (LCHA) owns and maintains additional housing units that are not based on income. If you are approved for residency in one of our Market Rate Rental Units, you will be responsible for the entire rent (rent is not subsidized). You must provide verification of adequate income to pay the market rent for the unit. You will sign a lease agreement with the owner (LCHA) and will be responsible for complying with your lease, house rules and local laws governing the rental property. Lake City Housing Authority (LCHA) is committed to maintaining the best possible living environment for all residents.