Below, please find the following message from the HUD Office of Multifamily Housing to Owners/Agents:
“You are receiving this message because you have a rental subsidy contract that has expired, or is due to expire in February 2019. Understanding that Continuing Resolutions generally create uncertainty, HUD staff are prioritizing the renewal of all expired or February expiring contracts.
If you’ve been in communication with HUD or PBCA staff about the status of your contract and have returned contract paperwork, you do not need to take further action at this time.
If you do not know your contract status, please respond promptly to all inquiries from HUD or PBCA staff related to your contract renewal, including rent setting and most importantly, signing and returning your contract via emailed PDF if possible. Please reach out to your assigned Account Executive or the managers listed below if you have any questions about your contract or this process.”
|Atlanta||Tawana Anderson – Tawana.L.Anderson@hud.gov|
|Baltimore||Brenda Brown – Brenda.J.Brown@hud.gov|
|Boston||Joe Crisafulli – Joe.Crisafulli@hud.gov|
|Chicago||Debbie Gray – Debbie.Gray@hud.gov|
|Denver||Eileen Hearty – Eileen.M.Hearty@hud.gov|
|Detroit||Susie Sapilewski – Susie.Sapilewski@hud.gov|
|Fort Worth||Christie Newhouse – Christie.M.Newhouse@hud.gov|
|Jacksonville||Laurelei McKnight – Laurelei.Mcknight@hud.gov|
|Kansas City||Ed Manning – Edward.P.Manning@hud.gov|
|Minneapolis||Laura Simpson – Laura.Simpson@hud.gov|
|New York||Dean Santa – Dean.J.Santa@hud.gov|
|San Francisco||Janea Jackson – Janea.J.Jackson@hud.gov|