Prepare to Administer or Own a PBA Project
Owners and administrators must create and maintain records to document compliance. Use the tools here as a guide through the process.
Check for Exemptions: Some properties and situations create exemptions to various parts of the rules for the property or a repair project.
|LSHR Screening on Exemption or Limited Exemption||Determines if all assisted units are partially or fully exempt. Complete and retain in records.|
Unless the unit is exempt, the rules for Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) apply to assisted units occupied by children under the age of 6 years old. The basic approach is to assure units are inspected, paint is properly maintained, and to respond if a child has an EBLL. Being familiar with the rules and keeping good records of all measures from prior to and during occupancy is essential. These tools will help guide and document the process.
|PBA Requirements and Responsible Party||Provides an overview of PBA responsibilities that tools will describe in further detail.|
|Lead-Based Paint Document Checklist: PBA $5,000 or more/unit/year||Provides rental property owners and managers with an overview of documents that are commonly used to verify compliance with LSHR when providing PBA that is greater than $5,000 per unit per year with special provisions for units occupied by children under 6 years old with an EBLL.|
|Guide for Review of Lead-Based Paint Compliance in Properties Receiving PBA||Provides the information and questions that HUD uses to monitor programs. Select Chapter 24, Exhibit 24-4.|