HUD’s Office of Public and Indian Housing (PIH) posted the 2018 administrative fee tables for the voucher program. As a document accompanying the tables explains, there are two fee rates for each PHA, Column A and Column B. As usual, the Column A rate applies to the first 7,200 unit months leased in calendar year (CY) 2018, and the Column B rate applies to all remaining unit months leased. These fees apply to PHA-owned units as well as to non-PHA-owned units. As the document also explains:
Signups for Q&A sessions at The Housing Conference are now open!
We’re thrilled to be taking our fifth annual national housing conference to Boston this August. Included with every conference registration is the opportunity to reserve a free, one-hour Q&A session with one of our NMA experts, including Nan herself!
If you’re registered for the conference and want to sign up for a session, click here and reserve your time now. The Q&A sessions are limited to registered attendees and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Yesterday on the Moving to Work (MTW) demonstration webpage, HUD’s Office of Public and Indian Housing (PIH) announced that it will be soon be publishing two notices to implement the 2016 MTW expansion statute.
The first notice, to be published in the Federal Register on January 23, 2017, details the implementation and continued operations of MTW agencies selected through the expansion. It also requests comments on all areas of the notice, in addition to other particular areas of the notice where specified. The 91-page prepublication copy covers the following 12 topics:
NMA's Steven Rosario will lead a session on preventing shortfall in the housing choice voucher program
In his current role as HCV program director, NMA's Steven Rosario oversees the operations of Miami-Dade County’s housing choice voucher program. He previously served as director of some of the largest voucher programs in the nation, administering more than 45,000 vouchers in Chicago and San Francisco.
Today in the Federal Register, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) published a proposed rule titled “Housing Choice Voucher Program—New Administrative Fee Formula.” The notice follows a 2015 study suggesting changes to HUD’s method of calculating fees.
HUD’s current method of allocating HCV administrative fees is based on local fair market rents (FMRs). Under the proposed new admin fee formula, fees would be calculated based upon six cost variables: