HUD published a Section 514(f)(3) Notice of Funding Opportunity of $10 million for tenant education and outreach to serve residents living in eligible properties under the Section 8 Project-Based Rental Assistance program.
The purpose of a Management and Occupancy Review (MOR) is to verify compliance of the property with the terms of the Housing Assistance Payments Contract and Regulatory Agreement. Owner compliance will also be verified regarding civil rights regulations, including Title VI, Title VII, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The MOR will be conducted in accordance with HUD Handbooks 4350.1 and 4350.3 REV-1.
As Section 8 Housing Assistance Payment contracts expire, owners must apply for contract renewals to continue receiving monthly voucher payments from HUD. MAM works with owners and management agents to help renew these contracts.
HUD offers several rent adjustment types to choose from. You should consult your Section 8 Contract to determine what rent adjustment type your project is eligible for. If your Section 8 Contract is expiring you should also consult the Renewal section to determine what option you are renewing under.
MAM is required to respond to all resident concerns, except as provided in HUD guidelines. Specifically, our office is directed to refrain from involvement in: disputes involving third parties, lawsuits involving residents and owners and/or management agents, eviction matters, and interpretations of local laws and ordinances.
Voucher payments and special claims are processed by our partners PHFA (Pennsylvania) and EPS (Michigan & Hawaii).
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