“Conquering HUD Compliance for Multifamily Housing” is a 16-hour course with an integrated exam. This HUD Compliance course was created to train housing professionals on how to always stay in compliance and become a HUD Compliance Expert.
Without Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) experience, even the most seasoned property management professionals can find themselves overwhelmed. In this 2.5 Hour course, US Housing Consultants outlines the fundamentals of LIHTC for those new to LIHTC Management.
Join us for this 2-hour webinar on USDA’s Rural Development program. In this webinar, we will discuss what rural development programs are and how they work, including leasing, rental assistance, and determining eligibility.
In this 5-hour self-paced course, you will learn the fundamentals of the HOME Program. HOME is the quiet hero of affordable housing. It often provides vital “gap funding” for LIHTC properties and, in other scenarios, can be used for workforce housing and other vital programs.
The management of a HUD MFH property is more than just leasing units, collecting rent, and processing work orders. There are myriad additional requirements that must be met to protect the project’s federal funding, including student eligibility, income and rent determination, and so much more.
In this 90-minute on-demand self-paced course, we provide valuable information relating to the streamlining provision and the implementation of these provisions at HUD Properties.
In this 2-hour session, US Housing Consultants discusses calculating gig income and how to treat peer-to-peer payment apps. New advancements in technology have changed how we live our lives, how we earn money, how we bank, and now how housing professionals determine rent and eligibility.
Whether you manage a LIHTC, HUD, USDA, or HOME Program property, an applicant’s student status affects their eligibility. We review the rules and requirements for each program as well as blended program student compliance.
The income averaging minimum set-aside election has created a new approach to the Low Income Housing Tax Credit program. In this course, US Housing Consultants breaks down this change to Section 42 of the IRC.
We all know that a household must be income qualified to rent an affordable housing unit,
but sometimes even the most diligent compliance professional misses a detail or faces
misreporting by the resident, which can lead to an unqualified household being admitted.
The income averaging minimum set-aside election has provided a new approach to the Low Income Housing Tax Credit program. In this course, we break down this change to Section 42 of the IRC. She also highlights the benefits and potential challenges that owners may face when making this important election.
Our Learning Management System provides a wide array of courses on Fair Housing, REAC Inspections, HUD, USDA/RD, HOME, and Tax Credit Compliance. With this option, you can have access to all courses to take at your own pace and earn continuing education credits and certificates. You will also have access to new courses that are added monthly. This subscription provides full access for three months and automatically renews at the end of the three-month period.