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Becoming a Housing Choice Voucher Landlord
Becoming a Housing Choice Voucher Landlord

OHCD has created the "Landlord Handbook" to describe the steps to becoming a potential landlord under the Housing Choice Voucher Program along with the applicable forms.


Prince William County Offices are closed to the public at this time due to  guidelines for the COVID-19 Virus including "Social Distancing".  All County Offices are still open for business from 8 AM to 5 PM.

The Quarterly meeting for our Landlords has been cancelled UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.  You may contact any OHCD staff members Amanda Harris by phone (703) 792-7536 or email or Tynnell Dunaway (703) 792-4386 or  You will receive a return phone call or e-mail within 24-48 hours. 

The Landlord Handbook is available to you to help answer your questions. 



Resources for Landlords (source: Washington Post):

IRS Publication 527 Residential Rental Property or 800-829-3676
Becoming a Landlord by Fannie Mae. Available through the Consumer Resource Center 800-732-6643.
Training classes are available in selected cities:
Every Landlord's Legal Guide by Nolo Press 800-992-6656
National Real Estate Investors Association 888-762-7342



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