What's Trending in Affordable Housing

February 23, 2015

Author(s): Richard Michael Price, Susanna Mitchell

The correct HUD lease form, HUD releases the Executive Summary of its Worst Case Housing Needs: 2015 Report to Congress, HUD creates a smoke-free housing toolkit for owners and managers. Here’s what’s trending in affordable housing and community development.


Are You Using the Correct HUD Lease Form?

As our friends at the Assisted Housing Management Insider reminded us in their February edition, make sure you are using the correct HUD model lease form.—Richard Michael Price

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As Economy Improves, “Worst Case Housing Needs” Persist

HUD’s 2015 Report to Congress reveals 7.7 million very low-income unassisted families are paying more than half of their monthly income to rent, living in severely substandard housing, or both.—Susanna C. Mitchell

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Do You Have a Smoke-Free Housing Policy?

HUD has created a smoke-free housing toolkit for owners and managers.—Richard Michael Price

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Upcoming Events

IPED Tax Credits 101 + Developing Affordable Housing in New York

Location: Westin Grand Central | New York, NY

Date: March 25–27, 2015

Speakers: Joseph Lynch, Forrest Milder, Monica Hilton Sussman, Katie Tenney, Deborah VanAmerongen, Nathan Bernard, Alan Cohen, Caitlin Dunne, Tom Giblin, John Kelly, Aaron Yowell and John Marti

Topics include: Affordable housing in NY, the basic rules governing today’s housing tax credit projects, assessing the status of the tax credit equity market in 2015 and beyond, using tax-exempt bonds with housing tax credits, and more.

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