811 PRA FAQ
Q

In some cases, the time between issuing a leveraged voucher and leasing the unit can be quite lengthy. It is possible that an applicant could be under age 62 at issuance but 62 at the time of leasing. Is this acceptable?

Date Published: August 2015

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If an applicant has received a reasonable accommodation to extend the housing search process and turned age 62 during that extended time, the PRA Program would consider that voucher to have been leveraged.

The PRA Program requires applicants to be under age 62 at move-in. The PRA Program cannot control the rules for a PHA's Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) or Public Housing (PH) Program. Except for situations involving reasonable accommodations such as described above, however, HCV or PH units will not count towards the Grantee's commitment of leveraged housing unless the applicant is under age 62 at time of leasing.


Tags: 811 PRA Program Requirements - General

FAQ ID:

2370