Landlord Engagement Initiative
Become a Landlord Partner!
Landlords and property managers in the Seacoast area are in a unique position to contribute to our mission of reducing homelessness. Fair Tide’s Landlord Engagement Initiative (LEI) offers incentives to landlords who rent to households with rental vouchers. Through participating, you are are not only providing someone a foundation for success, but you will enjoy benefits such as guaranteed rent through a federally funded program, sign on bonus, coverage through a damage loss mitigation fund, and a direct line to Fair Tide’s case manager should any issues arise.
If you or someone you know is interested in participating
as a landlord, please contact:
Amber Harrison - Housing Innovation Manager
LANDLORD INCENTIVE PACKAGE PERKS!
Tenants pay 30% of of their income directly to
you while the housing voucher covers the
remaining rent. Voucher rent is deposited directly
into your bank account at the beginning of each month.
Fair Tide's case manager assists in making
sure the tenant's rent is paid in full and on time!
Claims up to $2,000 are considered if there are
any physical damages beyond normal wear and
tear, lost revenue due to non-payment of rent,
eviction expenses, or prolonged unit turnover
due to damage repair.
Funds are available for up to one months rent
to landlords who agree to hold a unit for a
voucher recipient while the voucher
application process is underway.
A one-time sign on bonus of $500 per unit is
awarded to LEI landlords who participate in
our program. Funds are disbursed upon tenant
We provide on-going case management services
to all LEI renters, visiting the tenant regularly to
help with stability and goal achievement. Both
Fair Tide's case manager and executive director
serve as resources and points of contact for
landlords, resolving any issues that may arise.
Most potential tenants sent your way have
completed an educational course preparing
them for the responsibilities of being a renter.
For more information, please visit:
Fair Tide - Landlord Engagement Initiative
Emily Flinkstrom, Executive Director