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What is the difference between a comprehensive suitability determination listing and a supplemental suitability determination listing?

Date Published: April 2017

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On a quarterly basis (January 1, April 1, July 1, and October 1), HUD canvasses landholding agencies to collect information about property classified as unutilized, underutilized, excess, or surplus. Each canvass collects information on newly reported properties and properties previously reported where there are changes in the information that landholding agencies originally reported.

Quarter 1 (January 1) and Quarter 3 (July 1) are comprehensive canvassing. The suitability determination listing posted on the HUD Exchange will contain newly reported properties, previously reported properties that were determined suitable (i.e., suitable and available AND suitable and unavailable) regardless of whether the landholding agency reported changes, and previously reported properties that were determined unsuitable but the landholding agencies reported changes (e.g., improvements to the property) that HUD re-reviewed that could change the suitability determination. HUD will not repost on the HUD Exchange previously reported properties that HUD determined unsuitable with no changes.

Quarters 2 (April 1) and 4 (October 1) are supplemental canvassing. The suitability determination listing posted on the HUD Exchange will contain newly reported properties and previously reported properties (i.e., suitable and available, suitable and unavailable, and unsuitable) with changes reported by the landholding agency. HUD will not repost on the HUD Exchange previously reported properties determined to be suitable or unsuitable with no changes reported by the landholding agency.


Tags: Program Requirements - General

FAQ ID:

2788