Archive April 2024

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Feedback Requested on Draft Environmental Reporting Requirements for Certain Asset Management Preservation Transactions Notice

The Office of Multifamily Housing Programs published an Environmental Reporting Requirements for Certain Asset Management Preservation Transactions draft notice to the multifamily housing policy drafting table for feedback.


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HUD Kicks Off a Series of New Actions to Help Communities Fight Extreme Heat

HUD has created a hub of information on extreme heat actions, resources, and guidance, published new technical assistance, and is hosting a stakeholder briefing on extreme heat.


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Fact Sheet: HUD Prioritizes Resilient, Efficient, and Green Homes and Community Development

Under the Biden-Harris Administration, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is improving the lives of the families and communities that HUD serves by reducing energy and insurance costs and improving resilience. As the nation drives toward a clean energy and carbon free future, HUD is ensuring that low-income and historically disadvantaged communities are part of the transformation – sharing in the economic and health benefits these actions provide.


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Date & Location Change: Stakeholder Listening Session on HUD's FY25 PBCA Proposal

Assistant Secretary for Housing and Federal Housing Commissioner Julia Gordon invites interested parties to join a stakeholder listening session to share their feedback on HUD’s proposed modifications to the Performance-Based Contract Administrator (PBCA) program.


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HUD Announces Final Rule that will Protect Communities from Flooding Events and Rising Insurance Costs

The Federal Flood Risk Management Standard (FFRMS) protects families and federal investments against future flood risks – decreasing harm, saving lives, and reducing insurance costs.


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HUD Celebrates Earth Day Planting with Local Children

On Monday, April 22, 2024, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Acting Secretary Adrianne Todman participated in an event with children from HUD’s neighboring daycare, Children’s House, for an annual planting event in honor of Earth Week.


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RADBlast! Special Edition: RAD Celebrates Earth Day!

In this Special Edition of the RADBlast!: Going Green with RAD, by the Numbers, RAD Supports Environmental Sustainability in Ventura, CA, Establishing a Disaster Preparedness Plan, Funding Available for Renewable Energy in RAD Conversions


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HUD Makes Nearly $13 Million in Funding Available for Public Housing Agencies to Help Youth Aging out of Foster Care

HUD encourages agencies to apply in efforts to prevent youth homelessness. 


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New Methodology Proposed for Annual Inflation Adjustments to Income Calculations for HUD Programs.

The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) solicits comment on the Department's proposed methodology for deriving an Inflationary Factor from the Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers (CPI-W).


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HUD Publishes Housing Notice 2024-6: Wind or Named Storm Insurance Coverage - Maximum Insurance Deductibles

The MAP guide requires that the maximum deductible for casualty insurance may not exceed the greater of $50,000 or 1% of the insurable value for any insured building up to a maximum amount of $250,000.


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