Evaluating Eligibility Rules

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Evaluating Eligibility Rules Public Policy Development in Human Services Gail Jones Betty Taylor
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Eligibility Rules Utilized by Housing and Urban Development Department Landlord requirements 1. Residential rental property 2. Commit to one of two possible low income occupancy threshold requirements 3. Restrict rents, Including utility charges, in low income units Operate under the rent and income restrictions for 30 years or longer, pursuant to written agreements with the agency issuing the tax credit Tennant requirements 1. Household must not earn no more than 80 percent of the area median income
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2. To live in state assisted elderly public housing, you must be at least 60 years 3. Elderly and handicapped pay 30 percent of net income and utilities are included 4. 25 percent of net income and tenant pays some utilities Preferences are giving to homeless people due to nature disasters, homeless people due to public action, a person with emergency needs such as victims of domestic violence. I did not notice any stigmatization or off targeted benefits under the
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