HUD’s 4350.3 Handbook mandates that all property managers/owners create and make available to all prospects, residents, and HUD representatives a Tenant Selection Plan. The Tenant Selection Plan explains, provides for, and creates a fair process to help you avoid improperly selecting residents on a case-by-case basis and making judgment calls that could violate fair housing laws. Violations of fair housing laws can cost you your license—and you may be liable for expensive fines and/or damages.
In this session, expert speaker Elaine Simpson will review the HUD-required information as well as suggested requirements that will make your Tenant Selection Plan easy to follow and enforce—and that will reduce your noncompliance liability.
Who Should Attend
Elaine Simpson has been employed in the housing industry since 1986. Starting on site as a leasing agent, she moved up, working as assistant manager, site manager, executive director and finally senior regional manager with communities in several states and portfolios containing more than 1400 units. Ms. Simpso... More info