How to Raise Rents When Households Go Over-Income

How to Raise Rents When Households Go Over-Income



Suppose that, a few months after determining that a tax credit household is over-income, you've rented enough units to satisfy the next available unit (NAU) rule. If your lease doesn't give you the right to raise the over-income household's rent once you've complied with the NAU rule, you may not be able to maximize your site's earning potential. The unit no longer earns any tax credits, and it doesn't bring in market-rate rent either.

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