Tuesday Tip: MOR Streamlining Process


Posted On: November 1, 2022

In this week’s #TuesdayTip, we begin a two-part series on the new MOR streamlining process. As you know, this process is in effect as of September 26, 2022. This week, we share one thing that will speed up the new process.

MOR Rule Changes

Under the new process, MOR’s can happen every one, two, or three years. Properties must have a MOR within one year if it has:

  • a “Troubled” or “Potentially Troubled” risk classification, regardless of its MOR score, or
  • a “Not Troubled” risk classification but an MOR score of “Unsatisfactory” or “Below Average.”

MOR lengths increase with risk classifications. For example: 

  • a property must have a MOR within 24 months of its previous MOR if it has a “Not Troubled” risk classification and a MOR score of “Satisfactory.”
  • a property must have a MOR within 36 months of its previous MOR if it has a “Not Troubled” risk classification and previous MOR score of “Above Average” or “Superior.

A complete copy of the HUD changes can be found in the Federal Register.



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