What Is the Term of the Lease?

After one year, the lease is renewed on a month-to-month basis. The tenant may vacate with a written 30-day notice after the term of the lease expires. If the tenant remains in the unit, the tenant is recertified for eligibility, and the unit is inspected for Housing Quality Standards annually, at which time the landlord may request a rent increase which must be approved by the Housing Authority. This request must be submitted in writing to the Housing Authority and tenant thirty days prior to renewal.

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1. How Do I Make a Unit Available to Voucher Holders?
2. What Are the Requirements for My Unit to Be Rented to an Assisted Family?
3. What Do I Do When a Voucher Holder Is Interested in My Unit?
4. Can I Collect a Security Deposit?
5. What Is the Term of the Lease?
6. What Are My Rights and Responsibilities as a Landlord?
7. What Are the Advantages and Disadvantages of Direct Deposit?