Tuesday Tip: HOTMA Tidbit Summer Review


Posted On: September 7, 2023

In this week’s #TuesdayTip, a review of the Summer series previewing the upcoming changes effective January 1, 2024.

HOTMA Review

Please keep the following in mind as you prepare for the HOTMA rule change.

  • Many Documents and Forms will change including HUD Form 9887 & 9887A.
  • HUD Form 9887, 9887A signed after January 1, 2024 only require a signature once. Forms must be signed again if a new member of the household aged 18 or over has been added.
  • These forms will also have to be signed again if a member of the household turns 18 after January 1, 2024.
  • EIV Income Reports are only required at annuals, and are now optional at Interim Certifications.
  • However, owners & agents have the option to use them during the (IC) process.
  • HOTMA uses TRACS203A, so software updates will be likely.
  • Under the HOTMA rule, the HUD Model Lease and House Rules will change.
  • A New lease will be required under HOTMA. Now is the time to inform residents of the changes.
  • 60 Day Notice required prior to implementing the new lease.
  • 30 Day Notice required prior to implementing new house rules.
  • $100,000 asset limit applies to Section 8- Family & Elderly Only

Finally, Navigate will provide updated resources and guidance on HOTMA as we receive information from HUD.

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