Recent Rulings from HUD 2022

Paul Flogstad
From: Dec 09, 2022 - To: Dec 31, 2022
Live Webcast


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We will review each of the rulings in detail. Each of the rulings is important to understand. Each ruling will be explained in detail. There will also be a question and answer session at the end of the presentation. The high points of each ruling will be stated.

It is important that they be understood as they are the most recent rulings. This will make sure that the attendee`s property remains in compliance with these updates.

We will learn about the update for management  and occupancy review (MOR)

MORs occur on a three-year schedule

What triggers a MOR

New performance-based schedule;e

New ratings

The effective date is September 26, 2022

Service and Assistive Animals:-

Definitions of service and assistive animals

New verifications accepted

What animals are allowed

Pet policies

New Rule on Harassment:-

Who must get involved

What you can do to solve tenant harassment

Use of mediation



Survey on frequency of discrimination

What you must be aware of

Areas Covered:-

This seminar reviews the most recent rulings from HUD on topics that are used frequently in property management. They are the latest information available from HUD. Many times hUD has not been direct on how they will handle a certain regulation. Recently HUD has clarified its stand on a new topic with either a ruling or a memorandum. We will discuss these items and how they affect property managers and owners.

Why Should You Attend:-

HUD’s Office of Multifamily Housing Programs (Multifamily) published a final rule in the Federal Register on June 29 amending existing Project-Based Section 8 regulations related to Management and Occupancy Reviews (MORs). This ruling went into effect on June 29, 2022.

Covered as well is the latest ruling on harassment including sexual harassment and tenant-tenant harassment. New thinking on how managers get involved and who is liable either actually or vicariously.

There is new guidance for service animals and assistance animals. We learn the differences and also are made aware of new regulations in the verification of the need for a service or assistance animal.

We also learn about the new memorandum on LGBTQ. This gives us an understanding of fair housing regulations concerning the LGBTQ community.

Who Should Attend:-

  • Owners
  • Managers
  • Compliance staff
  • Housing authorities

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