A Norfolk lawmaker wants landlords in wealthy areas to rent to low-income people

01.15.2019

 

An incentive program aimed at encouraging landlords in wealthy areas to open their doors to low-income families failed to take off in Richmond, but one state lawmaker hopes it might make a difference in Hampton Roads.

The program gives landlords a tax break if they accept housing vouchers — formerly Section 8 vouchers — in neighborhoods that have low poverty...

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