Date Published: October 2015
HUD acknowledges that a Grantee may need to terminate a RAC due to lack of interest from a PRA eligible applicant in a particular location, insufficient unit sizes, or persistent lack of Owner compliance with Uniform Physical Condition Standards (UPCS)/occupancy related issues. Therefore, a Grantee may initiate the request to terminate the RAC and “zero out” an active RAC. If the termination of a RAC is due to unforeseen circumstances, other than lack of Owner compliance, then the Grantee and the Owner must mutually agree to end the RAC. The Grantee may then move the units to a new development and issue a new RAC to the owner of this new development.