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Housing Counseling FAQ
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Does an Intermediary or State Housing Finance Agency that does not provide direct housing counseling services need to designate an FHAC Application Coordinator?

Date Published: August 2017

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No, an Intermediary or State Housing Finance Agency who do not have counseling staff, would not need a FHAC Application Coordinator. However, it may be beneficial for an intermediary or state housing finance agency that does not provide direct housing counseling services to designate an FHAC Application Coordinator to verify employment status of individuals who work for their affiliates and subgrantees, and to ensure that those entities have HUD certified housing counselors.


Tags: Housing Counseling Program Counselor/Coordinator Application Process

FAQ ID:

3277