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      Vermont - Section 8 Application.

      Does Vermont have a Section 8 lottery? If so, how do I apply?

      A Section 8 application is only for the Section 8 rental assistance program when applications are being accepted. A lottery System was implemented because of the overwhelming demand for Section 8 rental assistance. A lottery allows all applicants to have an equal opportunity to be selected. There will always be more applicants than vouchers. This random selection method also ensures that there is no discrimination or bias of any kind.

      For applicants on the Section 8 waiting list in Vermont, you must maintain a current mailing address at all times as you will be contacted through the U.S. Mail when your name comes to the top of the waiting list. If your mail comes back as undeliverable, or if there is no response because you moved and mail was not forwarded, your file will be canceled and you will need to reapply when the waiting list reopens. That means that you would have to complete a Section 8 lottery application all over again. Address changes should be made by calling the Vermont housing authority that you applied at or by email.

      Do you have to have a good credit score to appy for Section 8 in Vermont?

      The main qualifications for Section 8 are that you are considered to be low income. This is determined by HUD's median low income levels. These levels can vary from state to state. In short, it's for low income families and individuals. One's credit history usually does not come into play on a typical Section 8 application form. An applicants criminal record and job history however, may be considered. Ones credit history or score would come more into play when someone actually receives their housing voucher and is under scrutiny by their new landlord. A landlord may require his tenants to have a certain credit score or meet various criteria at his or her discretion.