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Housing Counseling FAQ
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Regarding the policy in HH 7610.1 REV-5, Ch. 6, Paragraph 6-1 regarding workload, do the minimum 30 clients served in a 12-month period for each participant apply to clients served specifically under the HUD grant or through all funding sources?

Date Published: July 2014

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During each 12-month period, the participating agency must provide housing counseling to at least 30 clients. This minimum number of clients applies to clients served under all funding sources. Agencies that offer only housing counseling services limited to reverse mortgages, including home equity conversion mortgages (HECMs), are exempt from this requirement.


Tags: Housing Counseling Program Counseling Delivery

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