Property Partners

 

$1,000 Signing Bonus

Partner with Operation HOME! and once the tenant signs the lease, we provide a signing bonus EACH time.

 

 Timely Rent Payments

During the duration of the lease, Operation HOME! case managers will ensure financial assistance with rent is paid in a timely manner by ACH electronic process or on a mutually acceptable payment method.

 

Increased Security Deposits

To support access to housing, Operation HOME! can pay up to two times the amount of rent as a security deposit.

 

Risk Mitigation Fund

If, and when, things happen, property partners of Operation HOME! have access to a fund to pay for expenses if repairs exceed the security deposit.

 

No More Marketing / Tenant Matching

Operation HOME! will match tenants to dedicated units. Partnering with Operation HOME! means not having to worry about a vacancy or marketing expenses to find tenants.

 

Dedicated Housing Specialist

Each landlord who partners with Operation HOME! will have a dedicated LEAPS housing specialist available by phone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. A team member is available to call if you have questions or an issue arises at any time.

 

 How the Process Works

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What are the benefits of partnering with Operation Home!?
  • Lease Signing Bonus

Partners are eligible for a $1,000 signing bonus after an Operation Home! tenant signs the lease.

 

  • Financial Assistance

The Agency supportive housing partners will develop an individualized financial assistance plan to enable the tenant to succesfully take over the full rent amount.

 

  • Mitigation Fund

When a unit becomes vacated, Clark County can reimburse landlords up to $3,000, if needed, for  property damage that exceeds the security deposit.

 

  • Unit Rehabilitaton Reimbursement

If a unit cannot meet Housing Quality Standards (HQS) inspection requirements prior to occupancy, Clark County can provide financial reimbursement to the landlord after an Operation Home! tenant signs the lease. The Landlord may be reimbursed up to $3,000 after an initial $500 deductible is applied, to help cover the costs.

 

  • Free Vacancy Listings

Save money on marketing expenses! Property parnters can list unit vacancies at no-cost through Padmission, a closed online housing search platform. Supportive housing partners will utilize Padmission to match tenants to listed units.

 

  • Tenant Support Services

Community Service Providers  provide case management and wrap-around supports to connect the tenant with additional resources such as financial literacy education, employment services and other supports, as needed, to assure stable housing.

 

  • Landlord Support

LEAPS housing navigators are availabe to address the landlord’s questions and concerns during and after business hours. The LEAPS team is dedicated to assisting our Operation Home! Property Partners. We are availabe 24/7. LEAPS staff can be reached by phone or email.

Email: LEAPS@ClarkCountyNV.gov

24 Hr Landlord Support Line 702.219.5524

How does this housing program exactly work?

Step 1: List your unit on Padmission to match to prospective tenants.

Step 2: Screen and select tenants who apply for available unit

Step 3: Update Padmission (unit no longer available)

Step 4: Inspection Scheduled when unit is ready (utilities must be on and unit must be ready for occupancy).

Step 5: Coordinate payment process and amounts with CM

Step 6: Execute the lease. Tenant moves in.

Step 7: Signing Bonus submitted to LEAPS

Step 8: Tenant supported by Case Manager, Landlord supported by LEAPS

How can I learn more about the Risk Mitigation Fund?

The risk mititgation fund supports Property Partners with unit rehabilitaton to meet Housing Quality Standards (HQS) and for property damage that exceeds the security deposit. Claims are submitted on the Help Hope Home website at: helphopehome.org (See For Landlords).

 

Unit ehabilitation Claims

Landlord may be reimbursed up to $3,000 after an initial deductible of $500 to rehabilitate units that could not meet HQS standards prior to rehab. Unit must be used for supportive housing with a signed lease to an Operation HOME! or other program tenant

 

Property Damage Claim

Landlord may be reimbursed up to $3,000 for damages to restore the unit following the tenant’s exit. Security deposits and other allowable U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Developments funds must be exhausted. Normal wear and tear are not allowable expenses.(ex: flooring, carpets, paint etc.)

 

Required Claim Documenation:

  • Before and after photos
  • Invoices/reciepts
  • Notices of other charges
  • Signed program tenant lease agreement
  • Move in/out condition report (for damage claims)
  • Proof tenant is enrolled with a supportive housing partner
  • Inspection report
  • Unit readiness

 

Apply for Risk Mitigation Claims

 

Additional questions please contact: LEAPS@ClarkCountyNV.gov

How does Operation Home! compare to other housing programs?
  1. OH tenants have case managers who work with them to assure they can take over the rent.
  2. OH landlords have LEAPS housing navigation support to help resolve issues or concerns and to receive vacancy notifications. The 24/7 landlord support line is (702) 219-5524.
  3. OH landlords can list their units on Padmission at no cost, and begin receiving applications from tenants who need units.
  4. OH landlords are eligible to receive a $1,000 signing bonus for every OH tenant lease.
  5. OH landlords are eligible for Risk Mitigation for reimburseable unit restoration.

 

“Compassion is an action word with no boundaries” – Prince

CARES Housing Assistance Program

To those seeking to apply for CARES Housing Assistance Program (CHAP) funds, you can get more information regarding the application process by visiting our CHAP information page.

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Property Partners
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About Operation HOME!
Operation HOME! is a regional initiative of Help Hope Home to find homes for 2,022 high-risk homeless Southern Nevadans at increased risk of COVID-19 by the end of 2022.

Contracted Provider Resources

For Operation HOME! RRH Subcontractors. Grants access to training links and the document library