Pretty much. Most close their lists when they are 5 years long. NY does it at 9 years.
by Landlord - 18 hours ago
You would probably have to move to an area that either has a smaller population or a higher employment rate. That way, not very many people would be looking for help.
by Genuine Guidance - 18 hours ago
I think that some Asia Pacific countries, India and most importantly Gulf states are currently accepting applications for section 8 housing but you can get more detailed information about it from http://www.bayut.com/community/ particularly about Gulf countries.
by Susana - 18 hours ago
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