Does my Rental Unit qualify for the Rental Housing Fee for Governmentally-Subsidized Rental Units?

In order to qualify for the FY 18/19 Governmentally-Subsidized Rental Housing Fee, the owner must be participating in one of the following programs for the Rental Unit in question (see Regulation 202 for detail):

A. Rental units in which a tenant household holds a Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher and where the rent not does exceed the Payment Standard as published by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. 

B. Rental units for which the rent is subsidized by the Project-Based Section 8 Program 

C. Rental units that are “rent restricted” in a Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program Project. “Rent Restricted” means the rent charged for the unit is affordable for a qualifying Tenant pursuant to the Regulatory Agreement. 

D. Rental units for which the rent is subsidized by the Section 202 Supportive Housing for the Elderly Program 

E. Rental units that are “rent restricted” under a regulatory agreement between a governmental agency and a property owner. “Rent Restricted” means the rent charged for the unit is affordable for a qualifying Tenant pursuant to the Regulatory Agreement.


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1. Which properties are subject to the Rental Housing Fee?
2. How much is the Rental Housing Fee?
3. How can I pay the Rental Housing Fee?
4. When is the Rental Housing Fee due?
5. Does my Rental Unit qualify for the Rental Housing Fee for Governmentally-Subsidized Rental Units?
6. Are there penalties for late or nonpayment of the Rental Housing Fee?
7. I recently purchased a rental property. Whose responsibility is it to pay the Rental Housing Fee?
8. Why is the Rental Housing Fee necessary?
9. How was the amount of the Rental Housing Fee calculated?