CATEGORIES FOR Public Housing

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Tuesday Tip: Question & Answer Session (1)

In this week’s #TuesdayTip, we respond to questions about residents and property management. Are you ready for your next MOR […]

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Tuesday Tip: Residents & Taxes

In this week’s #TuesdayTip, the reason you should encourage residents to file this tax season. Did you know there are […]

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Build Back Better bill now law

President Joe Biden signed the bipartisan Build Back Better bill this afternoon. The President calls the bill a “blue-collar blueprint” […]

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Public Housing Eviction Guidelines Updated

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development released new eviction guidelines for Public Housing and Project-based rental assistance (PBRA) […]

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Infrastructure Bill Could Transform the Housing Industry

On Tuesday, The United States Senate passed a $1 Trillion infrastructure bill that could transform the housing industry. The legislation […]

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Emergency Housing Vouchers Awarded

Emergency housing vouchers are on the way thanks, in part to funding from the American Rescue Plan. This week, The […]

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Tuesday Tip: PIH Notice 2020-31 Remote Video Inspection

The notice applies to the agencies' Housing Choice Voucher Programs. It's possible HUD may apply RVI to other programs.

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HUD allocates 4th Wave of CARES Act Funding: $77 Million

On Monday, Secretary Carson announced that the 4th wave of CARES Act funding would be supporting up to 8300 housing choice vouchers to public housing authorities. These funds will be provided through HUD's Section 811 Mainstream Housing Choice Voucher Program, which will provide affordable housing to non-elderly people living with disabilities. See the local impact of the housing assistance announced today.

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HUD Increases and Expands Flexibility of Funds for PHAs

HUD is increasing the flexibility of its funds to PHAs by allocating more funds to be used for sanitation, transportation to health units/testing, childcare, food, and medical supplies.

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2nd Wave of Relief from HUD

On May 1st, HUD Secretary Carson announced the allocation of $685 million of funds to help low-income Americans residing in public housing. The funds have been specified to be potentially used for personal protective equipment, childcare costs, travel costs to receive testing, and other actions.

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