Rent subsidies (71 - 73 of 73 items)
Deconcentration of Low-Income Persons through Section 8 Housing Assistance
CED-78-181: Published: Oct 20, 1978. Publicly Released: Oct 20, 1978.
Under the Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) Section 8 Housing Assistance Program, low-income families pay 15 percent to 25 percent of their incomes for rent, and HUD subsidizes the difference between the family's contribution and the rent charged by the landlord. HUD's efforts to avoid, through its Section 8 Housing Assistance Program, undue concentrations of lower-income persons...
Elimination of the Rent Credit Feature of the Section 8 Existing Housing Program
CED-78-117: Published: May 10, 1978. Publicly Released: May 10, 1978.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) recently completed a nationwide study of the Section 8 Housing Assistance Program and is now considering the rent reduction incentive feature of the program. This feature was established to encourage participating families to find housing units at the lowest possible rent and to reduce federal subsidies by offering a reduction in the family's c...
Review of Selected Activities of the Low-Rent Housing Program in the Nine-State Area Administered by the San Francisco Regional Office, Public Housing Administration, Housing and Home Finance Agency
B-118718: Published: Mar 30, 1962. Publicly Released: Mar 30, 1962.
Our examination of selected low-rent housing program activities in the area administered by the San Francisco Regional Office of the Public Housing Administration was completed during calendar year 1960 at the regional office and during 1961 at the WA Central Office. This examination included (1) a review of basic laws authorizing the activities, and the pertinent legislative history, (2) PEA regu...