Other Multifamily Topics
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Tenant Files 101
Tenant Files 101 – This class will introduce auditors and management company personnel to the basic concepts of providing subsidy to tenants. A potential agenda is included below.
- Overview of the subsidy process
- Related HUD guidance
- HAP Contract
- Renewal contracts
- The Occupancy Guide (HUD Handbook 4350.3)
- HUD Systems
- Interfaces with client software
- Overall Requirements - Introductions to:
- Affirmative fair Housing Marketing Plan
- Tenant Selection Plan
- Section 504
- Other (Grievance policy, Maintenance policy, VAWA
- Overview of Rental Process
- Waitlist Management and tenant selection (includes HUD’s evolution on criminal screening)
- Determining Income & Calculating Rent
- Recertifications/Rent Changes
Section 8 Profitability
Maintaining Section 8 Profitability During the World-wide Pandemic – This gives an in-depth look at how to maintain effective operations and profitability during these challenging times. Our initial agenda is a follows:
- Changes in Section 8 or other subsidy programs Due to COVID-19.
- CSP funding
- Increases to HAP contracts as a result of the CARES Act (approx $800 million)
- HUD Allowed changes to the recertification process
- E-Signatures and working remotely with tenants
- Includes a discussion on existing software solutions
- Eviction moratorium
- Billing and Receiving Special Claims for Vacancies
- Working with resident throughout the Pandemic
- Considerations for Moving to Paperless Solutions
Single Audit for HUD
Single Audit for HUD - This course will address the differences between a multifamily audit under the HUD Audit Guide versus one under Uniform Guidance. Differences to be discussed will include:
- Basics of Uniform Guidance planning
- Low-risk auditee determination
- A/B program classifications
- Applications of Compliance supplements
- Section 202/811
- Section 8 cluster
- Application of guidance where no compliance supplement is available. This is of particular interest for any NFP entity who has a HUD-insured mortgage, including how to apply the HUD Audit Guide
- Differences in reporting of findings and corrective action plans between the Guide and UG.
- Required internal control over compliance testing
- Correlation of procedures between compliance and AFS testing.
- Sampling strategies available for single audits
This course is scheduled for 4 hours of governmental auditing. A basic knowledge of HUD Audits is recommended.
Section 232 Projects
Section 232 Projects - This course is designed to give a program specific update related to the 232 program. Specific topics will include:
- COViD-19 related changes to program requirements, including quarterly reporting requirements.
- Financing alternatives for potential cash-out refinances based on new debt seasoning guidance.
- PPP loans and program requirements (specifically implemented HUD financing documents)
- Lender risk assessment tools and their implications for auditors.
This course is scheduled for 4 hours of governmental accounting. A basic knowledge of the 232 program is recommended.
|COURSE||FEE||MEMBER FEE *|
|Multifamily Update, Lender Update, HUD 101 (Each 4 hour session: 4 CPE Credits)||$149||$129|
|Multifamily Conference(Each 5+ hour session: 5.3 CPE Credits)||$169||$149|
|PHA Conference (Webinar)Sign up for all 3 days to receive $50 discount: 16 CPE Credits||$457||$397|
|Multifamily Conference (Las Vegas)16 CPE Credits. Register before November 12 for $50 early bird discount||$650||$600|
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