CSP requests due, HUD offers tips


Posted On: August 4, 2020

CSP requests

Your CSP requests are due tomorrow!

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) sent out a reminder today that COVID-19 Supplemental Payment (CSP) requests are due Wednesday, August 5, 2020.

With the reminder, HUD also attached a “Tips and Explanations” document outlining technical tips for CSP requests, how to get started, information needed and more. You can find that document here.

From HUD:

Requests are due to HUD or the Contract Administrator by August 5, 2020 (tomorrow!), and must be submitted on the OMB approved form HUD 52671-E. The form, and tips for using the form are attached for your convenience.

On July 23, 2020, the Office of Housing published a Housing Notice, “Availability of Funds for COVID-19 Supplemental Payments (CSPs) for Properties Receiving Project-Based Rental Assistance under the Section 8, Section 202, or Section 811 Programs.”

The supplemental payments may cover additional cleaning and disinfecting, additional staff, face coverings, and other expenses to help keep properties safe for residents. The Housing Notice allows owners to submit payment requests for expenses incurred between March 27, 2020 and July 31, 2020.

Property owners and management agents should contact their assigned HUD Account Executive or Contract Administrator with any questions about property eligibility for a CSP.


Navigate Affordable Housing Partners has put out a number of blog posts and videos on the topic. This includes our own step-by-step guide for completing your requests. Links are included below.

Property owners and management agents should contact their assigned HUD Account Executive or Contract Administrator with any questions about property eligibility for a CSP.  Navigate’s customers can send their questions- and completed forms- to CARESactforms@navigatehousing.com.

You may also visit HUD’s Multifamily page for more information.




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