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Public Housing Post RAD Conversion – How Do You Manage? Webinar
HUD’s Rental Assistance Demonstration Program (RAD) is a voluntary preservation program helping to stop the loss of affordable housing. According to HUD, in October, 2022, Public Housing authorities and their partners surpassed $15 billion in construction investment since RAD’s inception in 2013. PHAs across the nation leveraged RAD to obtain this financing for the construction, rehabilitation, and preservation of more than 185,000 deeply affordable rental homes. PHAs who converted their projects have opted for Project Based Vouchers (PBVs) or Project Based Rental Assistance (PBRA) – both of which are Section 8 platforms. With a conversion to PBVs things change. With a conversion to PBRA, everything changes. Learn or refresh on how your RAD conversion changes rules, procedures, and your management of the property.
Implementing VAWA on Site – Webinar
* Domestic Violence: A snapshot (The numbers, the pandemic, housing instability and poverty, and obstacles to leaving)
* Complying with the regulations (the protections, the forms documentation issues, emergency transfers, guidance for HUD, RD and LIHTC projects and a review of state and local law)
* How to handle on-site issues (confidentiality, what to say and when to say it, when and how to be proactive, and five real-world “what would you do” scenarios representing challenges in both HUD/RD and Tax Credit properties, focused on managers and maintenance staff)
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We Have A Powerful Unified Voice And We’re Using It To Improve Affordable Housing
MAHMA is a professional association representing owners and managers of affordable housing throughout Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin. We are a regional organization with grassroots support from local, regional and national affiliations. We are a powerful unified voice whose objective is to provide and improve quality of life for the residents of affordable housing through management operations, and preservation of existing housing units.
Members receive weekly updates from the National and State level with the latest affordable housing information and breaking news as it happens.
MAHMA holds numerous training opportunities throughout the year both in person and virtually in small format sessions and during multi-day conferences.
MAHMA in partnership with the National Affordable Housing Management Association advocates federally with members of Congress, HUD, IRS, USDA and other agencies on behalf of the affordable multifamily industry.
Member Feedback Requested on items for 2023-2024 Priority Guidance
In early May, the Treasury Dept. and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) published the attached Notice 2023-36 inviting public comments on items to be included on the 2023-2024 Priority Guidance Plan. Background The Priority Guidance Plan is used by the IRS and...
Energy and Water Benchmarking Initiative; Opportunity for Free Assistance
As part of the landmark Inflation Reduction Act, HUD’s Office of Multifamily Housing Programs is happy to announce we will soon be offering free contractor support to assist with energy and water benchmarking services to HUD multifamily assisted housing properties...
Program Requirements and Best Practices Regarding Denial of Admission in Multifamily Assistance Programs; Member Input Needed on Tenant Background Screening
In January, the White House released a Blueprint for a Renter Bill of Rights, which articulated principles to increase fairness in the rental market, strengthen tenant protections, and encourage rental affordability. One of the principles focused on ensuring renters...
Making An Impact In The Affordable Housing Industry
The Midwest Affordable Housing Management Association’s members are responsible for the day-to-day management tasks for over 800,000 units of the nation’s affordable housing stock. We understand that creating and maintaining quality affordable housing communities is essential to each family’s ability to reach its full potential. Join Us in making a difference.
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