By Nate Beck (June 27, 2022, 9:25 p.m. EDT) – The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development aims to better assess problems with Section 8 housing projects and more frequently check on landlords for changes to a recently published final rule.
HUD on Friday completed a final rule changing the way it conducts its management and occupancy reviews, where an agency official oversees HUD-assisted projects to ensure they meet contract terms. The agency’s final rule comes after seeking comments on the proposed rule in 2015. The new regulations come into effect on September 26.
The new rules are intended to address HUD’s inconsistent assessments of the projects it supports. Running…
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