- April 21, 2015
- March 26, 2015
- March 24, 2015
NAA/NMHC Comment on Proposed Rule to Streamline Administrative Regulations at HUD - Regulations cover public housing, housing choice voucher, multifamily housing, and commuity planning and development.
REAC Inspection Training: Preparing for your next HUD REAC Inspection Webinar: Do you want to learn more about HUD REAC Inspections and how to prepare your property for one? In this webinar, Dennis DiBello, Founder and Chief Inspector of American Property Consultants, Inc. (APC) will explain the HUD REAC Inspection process and share tips on how to get top scores. APC started performing HUD Uniform Physical Condition Standards (UPCS) inspections under the initial HUD REAC pilot program in July 1998. Dennis has been performing inspections since then and started REAC/UPCS training for public and private housing in 2000.
As everyone knows who has worked with affordable housing in any capacity, there are numerous regulatory requirements based on the multiple layers of financing at any given affordable property and all management companies must comply. This includes meeting the approved Affirmative Fair Housing Marketing Plans. This webinar is geared towards how you actively market affordable communities in an effort to achieve high occupancy. Kate Peterson, National Marketing Director for Mercy Housing Management Group and Ginger Long, Director of Marketing for Gene B. Glick Company present their tips for us.
Coalition Calls for Preservation of Section 521 Rental Assistance Program Provisions in FY 2015 Appropriations bills have "great potential to cause severe disruption" in the program, NAA/NMHC and industry coalition say in letter to U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Coalition Asks USDA to Reverse Decision on Management Fee Increase Coalition letter says rejecting fee increases shifts burden from the federal government on to private parties.
Property management can feel like an act in a three ring circus. The NAA Click & Lease program simplifies the lease forms process allowing you to focus on what's important.