BHA may initiate a transfer for you under the below circumstances.
Modernization/Redevelopment: A property renovation or community redevelopment project may require that certain units be vacant.
Unit Problems/Maintenance Needs: If a unit becomes unsafe or unhealthy due to maintenance conditions that cannot be repaired in a timely manner while the unit is occupied, BHA Management will determine if the transfer is warranted.
Unit Size/Over- and Under-Housed: If your household is living in an apartment that is too large or too small for the household size, BHA Management will determine if the transfer is warranted. For example, one individual living in a three-bedroom apartment is over-housed. A family of five living in a two-bedroom apartment is under-housed.
No longer requiring wheelchair accessible features: If another applicant or resident has a serious physical or mental illness or impairment that is expected to be of long duration, or if an applicant or resident is disabled and requires specific housing features to accommodate the particular disability (such as needing a wheelchair accessible unit), and your household does not, BHA Management will determine if the transfer is warranted.