[Webinar Recording] Affordable Housing 101

On-Demand

Webinar Recording
45Minutes
  • Level Introductory
  • Earn 80 Points

Introductory


Section 8, single family, multifamily, public housing, FHA, what’s the difference? How does it all work together? Why are the rules so different? From rental assistance and guaranteed mortgages to loans, grants, and tax credits, over $60 billion federal dollars are allocated every year to programs designed for making housing more affordable. In this webinar, we will look at affordable housing from a high-level and answer common questions like:

  • What does “affordable housing” actually mean?
  • What is the difference between Section 8 and Public Housing and other common programs?
  • How can you get help or find more information?

Finally, your opportunity to make sense of it all. For the experienced property management staff or manager to the new non-profit or public housing employee, this webinar is for anyone looking to gain a better grasp on the dizzying world of affordable housing.


[On-Demand Course] Certified Multifamily Specialist Occupancy Training

On-Demand

Certification Course
30Days to Complete
  • Level Introductory
  • Earn 300 Points

Featured

Introductory


Did you know we offer an online certification course on the HUD Handbook 4350.3: Occupancy Requirements of Subsidized Multifamily Housing Programs?

If you manage a multifamily property with HUD subsidized units, it’s important to be familiar with occupancy requirements.

  • How do you calculate rent?
  • How do you know what to include in income and what deductions are applicable?
  • What rules do you need to follow to meet leasing requirements?

This online training is for:

  • Property Managers
  • Tenants
  • Owners
  • Management Agents, and
  • Anyone who works with leasing or qualifying tenants for subsidy

In this course, we’ll walk you through each chapter of the HUD Handbook 4350.3. Topics include civil rights requirements, eligibility, waiting list, determining income, calculating rent, and EIV.

The course includes a training video for each chapter with knowledge review quizzes and an open book final exam. If you pass the exam with a score of 70% or higher, you’ll receive the designation of Certified Multifamily Specialist.

If you are interested in having the handbook available for reference before taking the course, click here or keep scrolling below for a special bundle discount.

Frequently Asked Questions

A: Depending on your prior knowledge of the HUD Handbook 4350.3, you can expect to complete the course within two weeks if you spend about an hour a day on it.

A: Along with watching the videos on each chapter, you’ll need to continually reference the 4350.3 and do supplemental reading to understand the content of the course and take the Final Exam.

A: HUD’s handbooks are available in electronic format here.

We also offer the HUD Handbook 4350.3 as a printed desk reference for your convenience. This 782-page resource has tabs for each chapter and plenty of room to keep notes on previously used sections.