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When is the apartment inspected?
The apartment must be approved by an inspector before a tenant can move in. Once the tenancy begins, units are inspected at least once annually to ensure that the landlord is keeping up the condition of the apartment, and the tenant is not causing any damage to the unit. Apartments are also inspected randomly throughout the year to supervise the inspector's work. If a landlord or tenant contacts the office with a complaint, the Agency will also conduct an inspection if the situation warrants it.

Housing - Section 8

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1. Is the waiting list open?
2. What is your service area?
3. Does the Agency offer any other programs?
4. How is my portion of the rent calculated?
5. What do I do if the tenant isn’t paying the rent, paying the rent late, or damaging the unit?
6. How can I find a tenant for my available apartment?
7. What criteria is used in the inspection of the apartment?
8. When is the apartment inspected?