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For a detailed overview of the program, please view our . . Landlord Flyer      New Landlord Information Packet,      Housing Quality Standards (A Self-Inspection Checklist),      A Good Place to Live,         

How to Become a Participating Landlord

1. Find a tenant: A tenant may approach you with a Voucher or you can list your available unit/s for our tenants to view (seeGo Section8 below).

2. Approve a tenant: Even though a family is determined by KHA to be eligible for the program, the owner must approve the family as a suitable renter. KHA knows that the owner has approved the family when the moving packet (RFTA, Request for Tenancy Approval) is submitted to our office. A tenant that is eligible to move will have the packet available for the owner.

3. Tenancy and Unit Approval by KHA: After the moving packet has been received and processed, KHA needs to perform a Housing Quality Standards (HQS) inspection. If the unit does not pass inspection, a reasonable time will be given to make the required repairs, if applicable.

4. Contracts and Leases: Once a unit passes the HQS inspection and meets program requirements, the tenancy can be approved. The owner and tenant will then enter into a lease together and the KHA will enter into a Housing Assistance Payments (HAP) contract with the owner. After the HAP contract and lease are signed, the KHA will make payments to the owner as long as the family continues to meet eligibility criteria and the housing unit qualifies under the program regulations. (aka GoSection8) information:
If you are interested in listing your units, KHA works with (formerly GoSection8) to provide HCV families with owner names and general information about available rental units. Any interested families will then contact you for an appointment to see your unit. KHA does not steer families to specific owners or rental units, but we will provide families with information on units that are available. (GoSection8) Property Listing Form ( landlord sign up page

Submit a moving packet (RFTA)
Email:    or    Fax: 630-690-0702 (Attention Randy)    or    Drop off/Mail 711 E. Roosevelt Rd, Wheaton, IL 60187


Effective March 1, 2020 DuPage and Kendall Housing Authorities will be transitioning to biennial inspections (inspections being conducted every other year).
To qualify, unit must "Pass" two (2) consecutive inspections on the first inspection attempt. Qualifying consecutive inspections are the Initial move-in inspection followed within 12 months by the first Annual inspection, or consecutive Annual inspections. Exceptions are special inspections and quality control inspections which can be conducted at any time with proper notice.
If a unit does not pass the inspection attempt and requires a re-inspection to be conducted, an Annual inspection will be required until the unit can pass two consecutive inspections on the first attempt - at which point the unit will be transitioned into biennial inspections.
Owner, landlord, tenant or third party still reserve the right to request a special inspection.Please ensure that your unit complies with our Minimum Housing Quality Standards by proactively reviewing some resources provided on our website in either: the Resident Café portal, your Landlord Café portal, or on this page under Helpful documents.

Please contact Mario Carrasco at for any questions relating to this new policy.

Helpful Documents:

Rent Increase Packet

Change of Ownership Packet

Frequently Asked Questions

Housing Quality Standards-Self-Inspection-Checklist


COVID-19 Inspection instructions