How to Prevent or End Sublets that Endanger Tax Credits

How to Prevent or End Sublets that Endanger Tax Credits



Households that temporarily need to live elsewhere may decide to sublet their units while they’re gone. Or as Internet-based apartment-sharing services such as Airbnb have become more popular, households may seek to rent out their unit to strangers for short stays to supplement their income. Although many owners and managers of conventional sites allow this practice, letting low-income households sublet units at a tax credit site could lead to noncompliance.

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