View Current Inspection Reports Using the Landlord Portal
Our inspections software provider, MLCP Systems, has offered a Landlord Portal, which we were able to obtain in our 2010 budget. We are pleased to be able to offer current technology which will provide you with quick access to any failed inspection reports.
The portal is set up for Landlords to log on with a unique username and password to view and/or print any current inspection reports. You can change your personal settings at any time and request new reports to be emailed to you each time they appear and/or just view directly on the website. The reports are added to the website at the end of each business day and will contain inspectors’ completed work, which is generally turned in 1-2 business days following any inspection.
To register, go to the following link and fill out the required information. It is a secure link and does not appear on any webpage.
- Enter the Housing Authority as Macon Housing Authority and the initial Password as macon. Be sure to type the housing authority name EXACTLY as Macon Housing Authority. The password for the registration page is “macon” (all lowercase).
- Enter your Landlord name as it appears on all MHA checks and correspondence.
- Your Landlord ID is your MHA assigned account number, which appears to the left of your payee name on the monthly Housing Assistance Payments (HAP) Checks.
- Select your own unique password. Enter it again for confirmation (“macon” is only used to begin the registration process – the password you select now is the one you will use in the future to access the Landlord portal).
- Enter an e-mail address (optional) if you would like an e-mail notification whenever a new inspection report has been added under your account on the website.
- Answer the secret question. Your Landlord account is password protected. If you forget your password, you can request that it be resent to you.
- Click on the Register button.
After you have registered, you will always enter the Landlord Portal by going to this website:
We will continue to mail inspection reports and cover letters which indicate the HQS due dates for completion of repairs.
The inspection report is the only information currently available on the website. It will detail the fail items and also indicate if the repair is a Landlord or a Tenant responsibility. Cover letters may be added at a later date.
Your immediate access to the reports should help in providing you a greater lead time to correct deficiencies by the HQS Due Date. If additional copies are needed, the information will remain available on the website for 60 days.
If you need assistance or have any questions, please contact your assigned Owner Liaison.