I recently came across an article of a struggling single mother attempting to pull herself up by her boot straps, literally,
Military Woman Image by The Library of Congress via Flickr
by the military, the reserves to be exact.
Her problem was that Section 8 is not going . . . → Read More: Boot Camp Mom and Housing Voucher
There have been some exciting changes in the classified listing plans of VoucherList.org.
For the rest of 2011, all of the listing prices are FREE!
That’s right…pay not one red cent to have your listing online for up to one month.
In addition, blog posting fees have . . . → Read More: Pricing Changes
So, this poor lil’ blog is every so neglected.
Yet, there is a real need for it so I plan to keep it going.
Anyone who wants to write a Voucher Housing related post feel free to send a note to email@example.com.
Meanwhile, I am in the . . . → Read More: Guest Posters Wanted
Have yourself or your property featured on the Daily Blog portion of VoucherList.org for the low cost of $5.
With this option, you get a non-expiring blog post to put before of the readers of this blog.
During the rest of September 2010 and the month October 2010, I am offering a free blog posting to any property owner who accepts the voucher and any potential tenants looking for property rent with their voucher. This offer is also available to any voucher issuing organization with an announcement to make! . . . → Read More: Introductory Offer: Free Blog WriteUp
The best option for those short on time may be to invest in a paid listing.
The advantage of a paid listing:
Listed above the free listings Run from 1 week to 1 month Costs are $1.00 – $2.50
The first offering is a Free Listing.
And it is exactly that, F.R.E.E.
No hidden agenda or payments.
Your ad will be available to the world with the click of the button.
And it will remain available for a full day.
You can list as often as you want.
You can list as many as . . . → Read More: Free Listing
Greetings Ladies and Gentleman…
I found a need in the rental community to connect tenants with a voucher that pays the rent (or a portion thereof) with homeowners who are willing to accept such an arrangement.