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Revised FY 2022 Fair Market Rents Released / Publication of Median Rents by ZIP Code

On March 10, 2022, HUD published revised Fair Market Rents (FMRs) for 12 areas based on new survey data.The updated Fiscal Year 2022  (FY22) FMRs are based on surveys conducted by the area public housing agencies (PHAs) and reflect the estimated 40th percentile rent levels trended to FY22. >> Read All of Revised FY 2022 Fair Market Rents Released / Publication of Median Rents by ZIP Code

Multifamily FHA and RAD Closings Around the Country

The Office of Multifamily Housing provides stability and affordability to the Multifamily housing market in support of HUD's mission to create strong, sustainable, inclusive communities. Click here to read about recent Multifamily closings using Federal Housing Administration (FHA) insured mortgages as well as the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD). These and other transactions work to increase access to affordable housing around the country. >> Read All of Multifamily FHA and RAD Closings Around the Country
 

Update on NSPIRE Demonstration Inspections

Update on NSPIRE Demonstration Inspections

Affordable Rental Housing and Homeownership Regional Conference- Region IV


HUD Multifamily Southeastern Region Affordable Rental Housing and Homeownership Regional Conference- Region IV

Impact of Rising Utility Costs on Residents of Multifamily Housing Programs


Impact of Rising Utility Costs on Residents of Multifamily Housing Programs

What to Expect in an NSPIRE Demonstration Inspection

All inspectors will observe HUD’s COVID-19 inspection guidance. Please review this document for changes to inspection protocols to ensure the safety of all participants in the inspection. Inspectors will observe this guidance for travel, wearing and cleaning personal protective equipment, and maintaining social distancing.  >> Read All of What to Expect in an NSPIRE Demonstration Inspection

COVID-19 Response Supplies Available to Order by March 7


Medicare-certified rural health clinics and health centers supported by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services/Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) can now order COVID-19 point-of-care testing supplies and N95 masks from the HRSA Health Center COVID-19 N95 Mask Program.

Multifamily owners/management agents can now submit new orders for point-of-care testing supplies and N95 masks to their FQHC/community health center partners by 11:59 p.m. their local time on Monday, March 7.


Community Partnerships

HRSA encourages health centers to consider their ordering numbers as they work closely with their community partners to leverage HRSA's various COVID-19 response programs and distribute essential supplies to such populations as residents of HUD-assisted housing. For additional information, please see the following announcements regarding these partnerships from the White HouseHRSA and the Administration for Community Living (ACL), and HUD


Ordering Information

Further information about ordering caps can be found on the home page of the Health Partner Order Portal and in the Health Center COVID-19 Online Community.



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