October 03, 2016
Author(s): Harry J. Kelly
Busy couple of weeks for HUD’s fair housing agenda—new “limited English proficiency” guidance, harassment and direct vicarious liability and “Equal Access Rule” for CPD programs. Here’s what’s trending in affordable housing.
It’s been a busy couple of weeks for HUD’s fair housing agenda. In this first of three blog posts discussing new HUD regulations, we focus on its guidance addressing discrimination against persons with “limited English proficiency,” or “LEP.”—Harry J. Kelly
It’s been a busy couple of weeks for HUD’s fair housing agenda. In this second of three blog posts discussing new regulations and guidance, we focus on HUD’s final rule dealing with harassment-based violations of the Fair Housing Act, which was published earlier this month.—Harry J. Kelly
It’s been a busy couple of weeks for HUD’s fair housing agenda. In this third blog post discussing new regulations and guidance, we focus on HUD’s recent modifications to its Equal Access Rule that address the needs of transgender and gender-nonconforming individuals in shelters and other emergency housing situations.—Harry J. Kelly
Location: NRHC Office | Washington, DC
Date: October 4, 2016
Speaker: Richard Price
Topics include: Rural rental housing issues, rental assistance costs, multifamily portfolio, transfer and preservation process, LIHTC and much more.
Location: Nixon Peabody LLP | New York, NY
Date: October 27, 2016
Speakers:Nate Cushman, Dana Roper
Topics include: HUD Multifamily Transformation and HUD interaction with local agencies.
Location: Washington Marriott | Washington, DC
Date: October 27–28, 2016
Speakers: Monica Sussman, Tatiana Gutierrez, Richard Price
Topics include: The view from HUD, Section 8 Renewal Guide, occupancy and contract administration, exit strategies for property partners, avoiding common preservation transaction delays, HUD’s risk assessment and enforcement tools and much more.
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