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The Housing Authority of Fulton County offers a wide array of services, housing, training and financial assistance to qualified residents of unincorporated Fulton County.

•Public Housing Program, click here

• Housing Choice Voucher Program, click here

• Housing for elderly click here

• Fax: 404-935-5162

 

PROJECT-BASED VOUCHER WAITLIST OPENING

The Housing Authority of Fulton County, Georgia (HAFC) will open its Project-Based Voucher (PBV) waitlist specifically for Sterling Place Apartments located at 144 Allen Road, Sandy Springs, Georgia. The waitlist will open June 1, 2016 at 12:01am and will remain open until such time as a minimum of 500 names are on the list. All applicants must be 62 years or older, and must meet the criteria of “low-income” in accordance with the requirements of Section 42 of the Internal Revenue Code, the Regulations and the HAFC. An applicant’s income cannot exceed 60% of Area Median Income (“AMI”). Currently, 60% of the Area Median Income is:

• 1 person $28,680

• 2 person $32,760

• 3 person $36,840

• 4 person $40,920

Interested, eligible persons should call HAFC at 404-588-4950 to provide their name, address and telephone number (if applicable) to request an application. An application can also be placed at the HAFC Main Office at 4273 Wendell Drive, SW, Atlanta, Georgia 30336 beginning June 1, 2016 between the hours of Monday through Thursday, 9am to 4pm, or Friday, 9am to noon Eastern Standard Time.

 

 

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)


The following is a list of questions frequently received by the Housing Authority of Fulton County.

General Information FAQs:

Q. Where is the Housing Authority of Fulton County located?
A. Our central office address is 4273 Wendell Drive
Atlanta, GA 30336

Q. What is the HAFC's phone number?
A. (404) 588-4950.

Q. What does the Housing Authority of Fulton County do?
A. Housing Authority of Fulton County provides quality affordable housing for low to moderate income citizens of unincorporated Fulton County.

 


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Bids and Contracts FAQs:

Q. Where does the Housing Authority of Fulton County list its contracting opportunities?
A. We advertise our contracting opportunities in local newspapers and on our website.

Q. What is an RFP? An IFB?
A. A Request for Proposal (RFP) is issued when factors other than price (e.g., technical expertise) will be considered. An Invitation for Bid (IFB) is issued when the contract will be awarded to the responsive bidder offering the lowest price.

Q. What are HAFC's bill payment practices?
A. HAFC prides itself in paying vendors within 30 days of billing.

 


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Housing FAQs:

Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Programs

Q. How can I become a Section 8 landlord with the Housing Authority of Fulton County?
A. The first step in becoming a Section 8 landlord with the Housing Authority of Fulton County is to attend a Landlord Briefing. Click here for more information about Landlord Briefings

Q. I have already attended a Landlord Briefing. How can I list my rental property with the Housing Authority of Fulton County?
A. You can list your Section 8 property online. Click here for more information about listing your Section 8 property online

Q. I would like to rent a Section 8 property. Where does the Housing Authority of Fulton County list Section 8 properties?
A. We list Section 8 properties on our website. Click here to search our Section 8 property listings by number of bedrooms

Q. Who qualifies to Section 8?
A. An applicant may be a single, elderly or disabled person, or an applicant may be a family.

Q. How much rent would I pay with a Section 8 voucher?
A. A family pays a maximum of 40% of its income and allowance for rent and utilities.

Q. How do I apply for a Section 8 voucher?
A. Applications for Section 8 vouchers are accepted only when our waiting list is open. Our waiting list is now closed.

Q. Where does the Housing Authority of Fulton County announce that its Section 8 waiting list is open?
A. We announce the opening of the Section 8 waiting list in local newspapers and on our website.




Housing Choice Voucher waiting list is closed.

Public Housing waiting list is closed.

Project Based Voucher Waitlist at Sterling Place is open