Mixed finance public housing involves privately-owned units operated as public housing through an agreement. Tenants sign a standard lease with a public housing addendum, giving them the same rights as traditional public housing tenants.
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Mixed finance housing
Instead of a unit that is owned and operated by a housing authority, mixed-finance public housing usually involves a unit that a private owner owns, but by agreement between the owner and housing authority is operated as a public housing unit. You may sign a standard lease, but a public housing addendum (including additional information regarding public housing) is incorporated into the standard lease. You have all the rights given to a traditional public housing tenant.