Send Letter to Households to Discourage “Transient Unit Rule” Violations

Send Letter to Households to Discourage “Transient Unit Rule” Violations



As a tax credit manager, you probably know that you can violate the “transient unit rule” if you rent units to low-income households on a transient basis. The IRS presumes that you’re complying with the rule if your initial leases with households are for a term of at least six months. If one of your households vacates its unit before six months have passed, you won’t be automatically charged with a violation.

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