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New Resources for Multifamily Owners and Stakeholders

October 09, 2019 Print ShareThis

HUD's Office of Multifamily Housing (MFH) is pleased to announce the launch of three web pages to support Multifamily Owners with operation and preservation of their properties. The goal of these new resources is to provide stakeholders with current and accessible information and the necessary tools that will support the availability of affordable housing for the most vulnerable.

Multifamily Housing Programs for Vulnerable Populations

Multifamily Housing Programs for Vulnerable Populations

Owners can find information, tools, and resources to assist with the program administration of multifamily housing linked with onsite and/or community-based supportive services, including housing linked to services for low-income seniors, people with disabilities and families with children.

View the Multifamily Housing Programs for Vulnerable Populations page.


Housing Linked with Services for Persons with Disabilities

Housing Linked with Services for Persons with Disabilities

The resource is designed to help multifamily owners offer housing options that provide meaningful choices about housing, health care, and long-term services and support for persons with disabilities. On this page, owners can access tools and resources to assist with successful operation and preservation of their property including updating an aging property, identifying a new service provider, or learning more about community integration.

View the Housing Linked with Services for Persons with Disabilities page.


210 Transfer Authority

210 Transfer Authority

This resource is designed to help multifamily owners address their challenges with troubled properties. Under the Section 210 Transfer Authority, HUD may approve a property owner's request to transfer the project-based rental assistance, existing debt held or insured by HUD, and affordability restrictions from one multifamily housing project to another.

View the 210 Transfer Authority page.


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