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Landlords, list Rentals with Section 8

Landlords, Realtors, Investors are not Experts in Everything

Miami-Dade Public Housing Authority MDPHA

This is the main entrance for Miami-Dade County’s Public Housing Authority’s Section 8 office.

Landlords, Realtors, Investors are not experts in everything about real estate and derivative markets. A good friend and investment buddy, Luis Maqueira, called that he needed help. One of his clients wanted to rent a property and make it available for Section 8 Vouchers. He had no idea where to look or what to do.


Luis’ phone call gave us an idea for a blog posting! Why not just tell every landlord, real estate professional and Section 8 Voucher holders where find and list Section 8 Properties.

Section 8 Property Web Sites.

The following web sites allow landlords, real estate professionals and property management companies to post their properties for rent and Section 8 or Plan 8 Voucher Holders to search for rental properties that accept Section 8 Vouchers:

Advantages of Using Section 8.

As real estate investors and landlords, we love using Section 8 for several reasons:

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Housing Quality Standards HQS Failure Points

  • Guaranteed Rent Payments. US Government checks Baby! If that bounces we are all in a heap of trouble.
  • Free Advertising – Can list your properties on all Section 8 web sites for FREE including video uploads!
  • Your tenant funnel becomes larger by making your rental property Section Eight eligible.
  • Landlords and property owners still maintains control of rental property.
  • Can use HUD’s Fair Market Rent FMR data base to determine monthly rental payments.
  • We listed our Housing Quality Standards HQS landlord self-inspection check list

There are many more advantages which are not listed but you get the idea! By using Section 8 as marketing strategy, landlords expand their internet footprint and increase tenant occupancy conversion rates. Landlords can keep their vacancy periods to a minimum therefore increasing their cash flows.

Written by +Bob Burns



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Bob Burns

Bob Burns is an international technology executive with years of experience stimulating growth and increasing revenue through the design and implementation of marketing strategies and product applications for various markets. Adept at forming strategic business alliances, introducing new products and maintaining superior customer satisfaction.

Skilled at blending technological expertise with business acumen to drive growth and operating efficiencies. Proficient in a variety of data structures using various content management systems CMS.

An effective communicator and trainer in both English and Spanish, experienced in bringing together people, processes and technology.

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