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Technical Assistance offered for launching FSS Program

HUD has announced that it will offer “hands-on group learning and individualized technical assistance (TA) to housing owners/managers to help implement a Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) program.” FSS is a program HUD is offering that provides incentives to help families living […]

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Tuesday Tip: Work With Residents HUD Memo

Check out this week’s tip in case you missed it yesterday! And check out the official HUD Memorandum here!

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HUD sends Barry Storm notice

With Tropical Barry stationed off the Gulf Coast, The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is reminding Owners and Agents about disaster procedures. Below is the email that went out to O/As Thursday. You will also find links to […]

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Compliance Violations and #MeToo

In 2018, the EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) reported sexual harassment claims were up 13.6% YoY, which is most likely due to the significant impact of the #MeToo movement. Although these numbers have increased in the broad demographic of the EEOC, many multifamily executives have said they haven’t seen any change in claims.

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The Mindset of the Affordable Housing Resident

What are Essential Resources? Food? Water? Shelter? If so, these all seem like they could be quick fixes in a "first-world" America. While this assumption is not only false, the initial assumptions (like food, water, and shelter) are incomplete.

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NAVIGATE ANNOUNCES $50,000 DONATION TO WASHINGTON ELEMENTARY

To support educational needs for Titusville students FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: JUNE 12, 2019 Birmingham, Alabama: Navigate Affordable Housing Partners today announces the nonprofit has donated $50,000 to Washington K-8. The elementary school is part of the Birmingham City Schools district. […]

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REAC changes
#TuesdayTip Links

Here are the links Vickie mentions in this week’s Tuesday Tip. Center Files Federal Lawsuit Against National Tenant Screening Company HUD’s Guidance on Application of Fair Housing Act Standards to the Use of Criminal Records by Providers of Housing and […]

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Help Desk Notification

From the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: Multifamily Housing Help Desk Notification Multifamily Housing Help Desk The Multifamily Help Desk will once again be available for system users effective June 3, 2019. Multifamily Online systems are for authorized users […]

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discrimination against families with children
Idaho Landlords face charges

The Fair Housing Act makes it unlawful to deny or limit housing because a family has children under the age of 18, make statements that discriminate against families with children, and impose different rules, restriction and policies on them.

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