SAFE HARBOR PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, LLC manages Project Section 8 properties.
What is the difference between Project Section 8 and Section 8?
“Project-based” rental assistance differs from “tenant-based” rental assistance, which low-income families can use to rent any private apartment that meets program guidelines.
Who qualifies for Project Section 8 housing?
A family must be “low income” — meaning that its income may not exceed 80 percent of the local median income — in order to move into Section 8 PBRA housing.
Also, at least 40 percent of the assisted units in each development that become available annually must go to families with “extremely low incomes” (incomes not exceeding 30 percent of the local median or the poverty line, whichever is higher). Most of the remaining units are restricted to families with incomes not above half of the local median income.
SAFE HARBOR is committed to processing accurate Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) and Rental Assistance for Owners. The Affordable AR and Compliance team interacts directly with HUD and the Contract Administrator to ensure vouchers are processed timely and in compliance. We use professional affordable software to process Rental Assistance and HAP payments through the TRACS system.
SAFE HARBOR maintains memberships in AHMA – Affordable Housing Management Association in Washington state as well as State and local Apartment Associations.
The SAFE HARBOR Team of professionals are recognized as leaders in the multi-family housing industry. Our Corporate Culture is grounded in integrity, respect and accountability. These values have been the hallmark of the success of the Company since 2010. We are a firm believer that when you love what you do and the people you work with, amazing things will happen!