New Program Asks Landlords To Rent Vacant Apartments To Folks In Need

Chicago Rents offers incentives to property owners, such as timely payments on behalf of the resident and referral bonuses if they rent affordable apartments to low-income residents.

At Block Club Chicago, Ariel Parrella-Aureli reports on how Chicago Rents, an initiative by All Chicago, connects landlords with renters through federal and state housing subsidy programs, provides building owners with financial incentives to rent vacant units to low-income renters, advertises properties for free and provides individualized case support for residents in the program.

Read the full article on Block Club Chicago.

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