What documentation do I need from my landlord?

The applicant must have a lease or rental agreement in the applicant’s name, and the service provider will request a W-9 from the landlord. The lease may be month to month, or it may be longer.  The lease may also be a room to rent to a family member or friend, however a W-9 is still required. If the lease is unable to be obtained quickly, providers may use the Landlord form for documentation.

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1. How do I apply?
2. What is the application process?
3. How long will it take?
4. When/how will I be notified when I am approved?
5. What is the statewide eviction moratorium?
6. Who do I contact if I need assistance with the application?
7. What documents can I use as evidence of income?
8. If I received previous emergency COVID-19 rental assistance from Share and Care House am I eligible to apply for this rental assistance?
9. I applied for assistance and received less than 3 months. May I re-apply if I need more rental assistance?
10. How do I know if my income qualifies for assistance?
11. What documentation do I need from my landlord?
12. Who do I contact if I’m experiencing technical difficulties?
13. Does this serve people in Tacoma?
14. Does this replace the old Rental Assistance program managed by Share and Care House?
15. Can I go back and make changes to my original application if I have realized I made a mistake?
16. Is rental assistance provided per lease holder or per residential dwelling?
17. My contact information has changed since I submitted my application, what do I do?
18. I was unable to attach documents when I submitted my application, what do I do now?