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HUD Revises Schedule for PHA Operating Subsidy Revisions

On July 20, HUD released an updated PIH Notice 2016-10 REV.1 “Public Housing Operating Subsidy Eligibility Calculations for Calendar Year 2016” that contains the 2016 Revision Schedule for the HUD-52723 (Opfund Subsidy) and HUD 52722 (UEL).  84 more words

I-Team: Congress Moves To Evict, Raise Rents Of High-Income Families Living In Public Housing

BOSTON (CBS) – Congress has passed legislation that addresses the nationwide issue of families with six-figure incomes living in taxpayer-subsidized housing.

The controversy was highlighted in an October I-Team report… 455 more words


PAHRC Releases "Housing is a Foundation" 2016 Report

Today, July 20, PAHRC released its yearly research report for 2016 titled “Housing is a Foundation.” This year’s report focuses on the lack of available housing assistance, the people who receive housing assistance, and the beneficial impacts of housing assistance. 53 more words

NAHRO Publishes New RAD Toolkit

Last week, NAHRO published the “RAD Toolkit,” a new online resource that serves as a primer for PHAs interested in HUD’s Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program. 66 more words

MTW Research Advisory Committee - Conference Calls

The Moving to Work (MTW) Research Advisory Committee will be holding two public conference calls. The MTW Research Advisory Committee will advise HUD on how to move forward with the MTW expansion, especially with respect to specific policies to test in the expansion. 123 more words

HUD Awards $75 Million in FSS Grants

Today, HUD announced that it was awarding $75 million in grants through the Family Self-Sufficieny (FSS) program. The grants allow for public housing residents, Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program participants, and recipients of Project-Based Rental Assistance (PBRA) to advance their education or receive job-training skills. 48 more words

"Using home to fund retirement is a delusion"

Downsizing your home to give yourself an income in retirement is unrealistic, according to the former UK pensions minister, Steve Webb.


Now u know why the HDB’s lease-back scheme is such a lousy deal. 14 more words