24 CFR § 982.352 - Eligible housing.
(1) A public housing or Indian housing unit;
(2) A unit receiving project-based assistance under section 8 of the 1937 Act (42 U.S.C. 1437f);
(3) Nursing homes, board and care homes, or facilities providing continual psychiatric, medical, or nursing services;
(4) College or other school dormitories;
(5) Units on the grounds of penal, reformatory, medical, mental, and similar public or private institutions;
(6) A unit occupied by its owner or by a person with any interest in the unit.
(b) PHA-owned housing.
(1) A unit that is owned by the PHA that administers the assistance under the consolidated ACC (including a unit owned by an entity substantially controlled by the PHA) may only be assisted under the tenant-based program if all the following conditions are satisfied:
(i) The PHA must inform the family, both orally and in writing, that the family has the right to select any eligible unit available for lease, and a PHA-owned unit is freely selected by the family, without PHA pressure or steering.
(ii) The unit is not ineligible housing.
(3) To inspect the unit for compliance with the HQS in accordance with § 982.305(a) and § 982.405 (except that § 982.405(e) is not applicable). The independent agency shall communicate the results of each such inspection to the family and the PHA.
(B) The independent agency used to perform these functions must be approved by HUD. The independent agency may be the unit of general local government for the PHA jurisdiction (unless the PHA is itself the unit of general local government or an agency of such government), or may be another HUD-approved independent agency.
(C) The PHA may compensate the independent agency from PHA ongoing administrative fee income for the services performed by the independent agency. The PHA may not use other program receipts to compensate the independent agency for such services. The PHA and the independent agency may not charge the family any fee or charge for the services provided by the independent agency.
(c) Prohibition against other housing subsidy. A family may not receive the benefit of tenant-based assistance while receiving the benefit of any of the following forms of other housing subsidy, for the same unit or for a different unit:
(1) Public or Indian housing assistance;
(2) Other Section 8 assistance (including other tenant-based assistance);
(4) Section 101 rent supplements;
(5) Section 236 rental assistance payments;
(8) Any local or State rent subsidy;
(9) Section 202 supportive housing for the elderly;
(10) Section 811 supportive housing for persons with disabilities;
(11) Section 202 projects for non-elderly persons with disabilities (Section 162 assistance); or
(12) Any other duplicative federal, State, or local housing subsidy, as determined by HUD. For this purpose, “housing subsidy” does not include the housing component of a welfare payment, a social security payment received by the family, or a rent reduction because of a tax credit.