Rental Housing Sample Clauses

Rental Housing housing units made available for rental, and not ownership, to Eligible Households who are members of the general public, each of which units shall contain complete living facilities that are to be used other than on a transient basis and facilities that are functionally related and subordinate to the living facilities. The housing units shall at all times be constructed or substantially rehabilitated and maintained in substantial accordance with applicable building code standards of the Parish in which they are located.
Rental Housing. The purchase,construction, or rehabilitation of a rental project, where at least 20 percent of the units in the project are occupied by and affordable for very low-income households. A household must have an income meeting the income targeting commitments in the approved AHP application upon initial occupancy ofthe rental unit, or for projects involving the purchase or rehabilitation of rental housing that already is occupied, at the time the application for AHP subsidy is submitted to the Bank for approval.
Rental Housing. Within the electoral area, a greater proportion of renters compared to owners are paying more than 30% of their income on housing. The survey and interviews identified a current need for additional rental housing in the community, for those in a core need and for some spending 30% of their income on shelter costs.
Rental Housing. General Developments funded under this Program must be residential rental housing which is located in the State of Maine and contains 5 or more units. The development must be maintained as rental housing, be for year-round, non-transient occupancy and be available to the general public during the applicable affordability period. Mobile home parks are not eligible for financing under the Rental Loan Program. Preservation Preservation includes any existing affordable housing, including housing in MaineHousing’s multifamily portfolio and federally-assisted housing, such as HUD Section 8 project-based rental assistance, HUD 202, HUD 811 and Rural Development 515 properties, at risk of being lost due to the expiration of federal rental assistance contracts, physical or financial deterioration, and/or owners opting out of federal housing programs. Adaptive Re-use and New Construction MaineHousing will consider the addition of new units through conversion of non-residential property and new construction when there is a clear and demonstrated need for new units as evidenced by a market study and other resources available to MaineHousing. Leveraging community resources, the benefits of community revitalization or historic preservation, the overall benefit to potential residents and the likelihood of an adverse impact on the existing market for similar units are important factors in MaineHousing’s decision to finance the conversion of non- residential property and new construction. Displacement and Relocation The permanent displacement of households in Section 8 project-based rental assistance or any other federally-assisted units is prohibited. MaineHousing strongly discourages the displacement of other households and will require that any unavoidable displacement or temporary relocation be addressed in accordance with the MaineHousing’s Relocation/Displacement Policy. A summary of the policy is set forth in Exhibit A to this Guide. Developers should discuss proposals that may havedisplacement or relocation issues with MaineHousing staff as early in the development process as possible in order to minimize displacement and unnecessary relocation costs.
Rental Housing. Most rentals within Big Bear Lake are single-family homes, with some condominiums and duplex units. Therefore, an informal classified ad survey and search of realtor websites of rentals in the City and its immediate environs was conducted. The results of the survey are shown in Table II-21. Rent for homes with three or more bedrooms ranged from $900 to $2,700 per month, with an average rent of $1,546. Two-bedroom homes ranged from$600 to $1,250 per month, with an average rent of $843. One-bedroom/studio units ranged from $500 to $600, with an average rent of $743. Table II-21Housing Rental Rates – 2012 Big Bear Lake Source: Informal Classified Ad Survey (MLS Rental Listings, Bear Grizzley, Realtor Websites)
Rental Housing. The rental housing in Slovakia is one of the key problems which must be solved in terms of availability and affordability. According to specialist estimations, the municipalities and state currently own approx. 2.7% of flats. In EU countries, the percentage share of rental flats achieves about 19% to 62%, whereby the public rental sector represents in average 18% of the housing stock. These facts show that the problem-solving approach to the rental housing in Slovakia is very limited and the state should thus pay special attention to the development of such housing both in the public and private rental sectors.The public rental sector should mainly serve for the provision of social housing and should be used by such citizens who cannot get housing on a free market. For this reason, this sector should operate on non-profit basis to ensure that its use is not loss-making and that, at the same time, the housing is affordable. The rent in this sector should cover all costs connected with the purchase and operation of residential buildings and the principle of the lowest purchase price should be followed. The adherence to such principle necessitates that the housing is offered by municipalities and non-profit organizations and that the state directly or indirectly provides funds for its construction.The private rental sector is not sufficiently developed mainly as a consequence of the past price regulation of the amount of the rent and excessive protection of tenants, arising from the applicable civil regulation governing the tenancy of flats. This sector should offer housing in terms of working mobility and flexibility to citizens who look for a short-term housing solution. The rent in this sector should not be regulated in the future and the state should foster the construction of new housing units by means of indirect economic tools.In this connection, it is necessary to resolve the issue of relations between private owners and tenants of flats where a regulated rent is applied in accordance with the principles included in the materialDraft Concept of the Method of Settling the Relations between Private Owners of residential buildings and Tenants of Flats Affected by the Deregulation of Rent of Flats" discussed by the Slovak Government and approved by the Government Resolution No. 640/2009.As far as the issue of the rent is concerned, the form of the regulation of the rent as well as the group of flats and tenants to be affected thereby must be determined ...
Rental Housing or "rental property" means a rental housing facility that is rented or intends to be rented, is located on a single parcel or lot and for which a postal address exists or may exist for each individual unit, and the common areas and appurtenances to the rental housing facility. "Rental housing" or "rental property" includes any mobile home park or manufactured housing community as those terms are defined by RCW 59.20.030. "Rental housing" or "rental property" does not include the following: