Finding reliable, affordable housing can be a considerable challenge, especially in the still-recovering economic state we find ourselves in, a product of the housing market crisis of 2007-2008. For over 40 years, landlords and tenants alike have benefitted from Section 8 housing. This housing subsidy presents a phenomenal option for low-income families and individuals that also carries an appeal for landlords. In essence, the government provides vouchers to a select number of individuals, who are able to receive 70-80% of their housing bill from the federal government. While some landlords eschew the idea of more government involvement in their business, others welcome it with open arms. Navigating the pros and cons of Section 8 housing in Miami, Florida is one of the core services that Robert Burns provides. He developed the Miami Real Estate Investor's Association (or MREIA) in order to help investors, to give them an educational platform of advice, products, services, and strategies. Most recently he has been supplying information regarding Section 8 housing to all interested parties, helping landlords to recognize the value and tenants to take the necessary steps to apply.