Landlord Mitigation Tool Results [Pro]

We thank you for using our Landlord Mitigation Tool [Pro Version]. Soon, you’ll receive an email containing an instructional guidebook, containing an example landlord letter applicable to situations like your client’s.

When you receive this document:

  1. Read the landlord letter very carefully to make sure all of the information is correct.
  2. Copy the landlord letter from the guidebook into a new document.
  3. Any incorrect information should be changed.
  4. You can edit this document in Microsoft Word if necessary.

When mailing landlord letters.

  1. Date and sign the landlord letter at the bottom of the letter on the lines provided.
  2. Print one extra copy of your landlord letter for your records.
  3. Mail the original signed landlord letter to your landlord. It is recommended that you send the letter by certified mail so you will have proof that it was mailed to the landlord. When the receipt card is returned to you, staple it to your copy of the letter.
  4. If your landlord denies your request or if you do not hear from your landlord within the allotted time, contact an attorney or a legal aid office in your area as soon as possible.

Additional resources.

  1. If you would like to find an attorney, contact the County Bar Lawyer Referral Service in your county.
  2. Learn more about reasonable accommodations.
  3. File a Complaint with HUD.

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