HUD Gives Housing Agencies Added Flexibility to Help Families Find Rental Housing Following Hurricane Sandy
WASHINGTON – To expand housing options for families displaced by Hurricane Sandy, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced that it is giving public housing agencies greater flexibility in calculating rent payments in areas experiencing increased demand for rental housing. This is one of several actions HUD is taking to cut red tape to help families who were forced from their homes and require alternative housing.
This press release was originally posted to the HUD.gov website. To read the full press release, please select this link.
To read other articles and press releases of how HUD has responded to Hurricane Sandy, select one of the links below:
- Press Release: HUD Secretary Announces Foreclosure Protection for Displaced New Hampshire Storm Victims
- Article: HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan Urges Congress to Approve Sandy Aid
- Press Release: FHA Issues Guidance to Help FHA-Insured Families in Disaster Areas
- Article: HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan Visits Communities Impacted by Hurricane Sandy