Follow Five Dos & Don’ts When Managing Unoccupied Units

Follow Five Dos & Don’ts When Managing Unoccupied Units



Each time you manage a new tax credit site, you start with unoccupied units that you must rent to the right mix of households. And when households later vacate their units, some units may stay unoccupied for a while. Having these unoccupied units at your site can raise compliance issues. If you’re unfamiliar with these issues or handle them improperly, you could put the owner’s tax credits at risk. To help you keep unoccupied units in compliance, we’ll give you five Dos & Don’ts to follow to avoid problems and keep the owner’s tax credits safe.

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