On June 23, 2021, HUD Secretary Marcia L. Fudge issued a letter to affordable housing providers that established the Biden Administration’s stand on second changes for formerly incarcerated persons and the importance of stable housing in their re entry into our communities. “No person should exit a prison or jail only to wind up on the streets.” This new guidance will be explored from many different viewpoints.
This is a “hot topic” and there are many questions on how to correctly implement the guidance from HUD. HUD has a new Secretary and she is promoting more changes at HUD. The concentration at this time is how can people released from prisons and jails find adequate housing for themselves and their families. This is the focus of this new guidance.
Landlords need to know how to implement guidance and remain in compliance with the Fair Housing Act.
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|Oct 06, 2021||Resident Retention: How to Increase Loyalty and Retention for your Properties||60 Mins||$199.00|
|Jul 07, 2021||How to complete a AFHMP (Affirmative Fair Housing Marketing Plan)||60 Mins||$199.00|
|Jun 30, 2021||How To Deal With Resident Infractions: Hoarding, Harassment, Unauthorized Occupants And Pets, Noise, Parking, Etc.||60 Mins||$199.00|
|May 27, 2021||Re-evaluating Criminal Background Policies: 2021 Update||60 Mins||$199.00|
|May 03, 2021||Property Management Issues and How To Manage Them Effectively||120 Mins||$299.00|
|Apr 08, 2021||Terminations in Subsidized Housing||60 Mins||$199.00|
|Mar 11, 2021||How to Deal with Difficult Tenants and Their Complaints||60 Mins||$199.00|