Today, the City of Tulsa launched its Gold Star Landlord Program, a free and voluntary program that provides incentives and rewards for landlords who are engaging in the best rental practices.
"As we seek to ensure quality housing for Tulsans, we must have great landlords on board to meet this goal,” Mayor G.T. Bynum said. "With the launch of this Gold Star Landlord Program, we’re eager to see how our landlords and property managers can benefit from this as they provide quality service to the citizens of Tulsa.”
To become a Gold Star Landlord, landlords and property managers must:
As part of the incentives to participate, Gold Star Landlords and property managers will receive:
“We have faced an unprecedented housing crisis in the last year,” City of Tulsa Housing Coordinator Kristin Maun said. “We have been fortunate to have many Tulsa landlords and property managers work through the challenges to continue to provide quality rental housing. The Gold Star Landlord Program is an opportunity for us to reward landlords who are helping to make Tulsa a thriving city with housing opportunities for all.”
To participate in the Gold Star Landlord Program, find the application and learn more, visit www.cityoftulsa.org/Landlords.