Register now for this 75-minute audio session in which our expert speaker, Andrea Champine, will teach you to correct your operational and management deficiencies before MOR reviewers uncover them.
HUD relies on Management and Occupancy Reviews (MORs) to identify operational deficiencies in multifamily housing programs. And an MOR rating of “Below Average” or “Unsatisfactory” often results in a HUD “flag”—a critical finding of noncompliance. But readying your property and resident files for an MOR—which can include evaluation of everything from project operations and property condition to income, assets, liabilities, and contracts—is a tremendous challenge for even the most diligent agencies/owners.
In this how-to session, you’ll learn to:
This presentation is appropriate for owners/agents of multifamily properties, as will regional property supervisors, residential managers, occupancy specialists, leasing personnel, and compliance personnel.
After attending this audio event, you will be equipped to recognize common MOR findings and to cure those findings prior to an MOR. You will receive an agenda to assist with identifying resident file errors, a checklist of HUD-required documents for each resident file, and a chart clarifying HUD’s MOR rating system.
ANDREA CHAMPINE has 24 year's experience in the affordable housing industry-15 of which she spent working for a privately owned management company and 9 years for a city housing agency in the State of Michigan. For many years she was Director of Compliance for HUD, LIHTC, USDA - RD515, HOME, Housing Choice Voucher and ... More info