Tag Archive: Housing

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Tuesday Tip: HUD Notice H 20-4

Vickie discusses the HUD Notice H 20-4 which discusses Electronic Signatures, Electronic Transmission, and Electronic Storage.

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Tuesday Tip: MORs and New Housing Notice H 20-4

Vickie discusses some changes in Multifamily in this week's Tuesday Tip!

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HUD, Census Bureau Release Rental Housing Finance Stats

HUD and the Census Bureau released the findings from the Rental Housing Finance Survey (RHFS) on June 3rd. And of the nearly 48.2 million rental housing units, 49% of them are in rental housing properties of just 1-4 units.

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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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Tuesday Tip: Anxiety

Vickie talks about handling Anxiety with your residents in this week's Tuesday Tip!

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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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HUD allocates new funding for Foster Youth Housing Program

The Foster Youth Independence Initiative works to provide affordable housing for young people who have had a child-welfare history or are at-risk of experiencing homelessness.

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Tuesday Tip: Preparing for the Future amid COVID-19

Ebony discusses coping with uncertainty and planning for the future in this week's Tuesday Tip!

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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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Tuesday Tip: Answers to your COVID-19 Questions

Have questions about how COVID-19 is affecting your housing operations? Check out these answers in this week's Tuesday Tip!

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