NMA senior consultant Teri Robertson is nationally recognized as a leading expert in HCV/Section 8 and public housing. She has written for the NMA blog about HCV administrative fees, how to maximize your agency’s performance rating, and working with sequestration in the HCV program. Teri will be presenting the following session at the 2015 NMA and GoSection8 Housing Conference.
Late last year, HUD published the much-anticipated capital fund final rule in the Federal Register. Effective November 25, 2013, the new regulation combined and streamlined former capital fund program (CFP) requirements for rehabilitation and development into one comprehensive regulation.
Until last week, when HUD published the implementation notice for the changes mandated by the 2014 appropriations act, housing authorities were required to inspect units at the time of initial lease-up and thereafter at least once every twelve months. The new notice relaxes that requirement, specifying that an HQS inspection must occur at least once every two years.
One week left to register for the 2013 NMA Housing Conference and GoSection8 User Conference! New track sessions and signups for one-on-one consulting have just been announced. To read the full list of sessions, go here.
Topics: Asset Management, Blended Occupancy, Commissioners, EIV, Eligibility, Executive Management, Fair Housing, HCV utilization, Hearing Officer, HQS, Inspections, LIHTC, Maintenance, NMA Housing Awards, Occupancy, PBRA, PBV, PHAS, Program Management, Quality Control, RAD, Rent Calculation, SEMAP, Supervision, The Housing Conference