COVID-19 Guidance for Residents


Posted On: April 29, 2020

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HUD’s Office of Multifamily Housing posted a revised version of its COVID-19 Guidance for Residents this week. The document addresses resident concerns during the COVID-19 national emergency.

The revised brochure explains the details of the CARES Act eviction moratorium. It includes answers the following questions for residents:

  • Should you still pay rent?
  • Having trouble paying rent?
  • Concerned about property conditions?

The document also offers tips for avoiding scams during this pandemic and provides contact information for every performance-based contract administrator in the country.

Share COVID-19 Guidance for Residents

Navigate Affordable Housing Partners encourages you to share this information with your residents.

  • Place it in their mailbox
  • Email it to your residents
  • Post it in common areas (lobby, laundry room) on property
  • Add it to your social media and websites



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