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State Agency reviews and IRS scrutiny of Section 42 Low-Income Housing Tax Credit properties continues to intensify and compliance requirements are now more complex than ever.
As a manager, owner, or investor in tax credit properties, you have a responsibility to protect this major investment and maintain the high standards of the Section 42 program. The best way to do this is by ensuring that you and your staff understand the compliance requirements of the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit program.
The Professional Property Manager’s Guide to the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program helps you do just that. The 2019 edition of this popular, easy to read desk reference is now available.Get More Info & Purchase
The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) became law in 1994. One of the specific areas of protection under the law is federally assisted housing, including programs administered by the Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD), the Rural Housing Service (RHS), and properties that received credits under the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program (LIHTC).
At this time, there has been very little guidance provided as to how to meet the requirements of VAWA for LIHTC properties, and not much more for RHS properties. However, HUD has issued detailed requirements for their programs, and this Guide has been prepared primarily to assist HUD properties in complying with the requirements of VAWA. However, it is also a resource for RHS and LIHTC properties in understanding what the law requires and developing in-house policies to comply with those laws.
The Guide covers every requirement of the law (in place as of the time of publication), including the most recent guidance from HUD – Notice H 2017-05, which was published by HUD on June 30, 2017.
The Guide outlines who is protected by VAWA, owner related certification and documentation requirements and a detailed explanation of required notices. Details on how to develop an Emergency Transfer Plan and deal with lease bifurcation issues are included and the Guide contains exhibits on the Model Notice of Occupancy Rights, Emergency Transfer Plan, Certification of Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault or Stalking, and the Emergency Transfer Request Form for use by residents.
The Professional Property Manager’s Guide to the Violence Against Women Act is intended to be kept on the users computer for quick and easy reference.Get More Info & Purchase
Affordable Housing Resources is an invaluable resource for members of the affordable housing industry. This ever expanding and often updated app will keep you updated with news provided by A. J. Johnson Consulting Services, Inc., lets you review important documents, check income limits for any locality, and much more! This app is available for FREE on the Apple App Store!
Documents available in the app include: