Webinar: Verifying Eligibility in Affordable Housing  5/4/23

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Webinar: Verifying Eligibility in Affordable Housing 5/4/23

Verifications in Affordable Housing. It's Time to Verify to Qualify - Good Complinace Means Getting Verifications Right Every Time

By US Housing Consultants

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Date and time

Thursday, May 4 · 10am - 12pm PDT



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Refunds up to 7 days before event

About this event

  • 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

The Paperwork to Make It Work

So much of verifying income, assets, and other information comes down to getting it right on paper.—the first time However, it’s so much more than using the “right form,” it’s about getting verifications that answers every question and leaves nothing to chance. If mistakes are made, you face the risk of non-compliance and loss of time. In this webinar, we’ll discuss the best practices to make sure that the verification information you gather answers every possible question. Correctly. The first time.

We Clarify What to Verify

In the affordable housing industry, each program provides is governed by regulations regarding how to verify household eligibility characteristics in order to to qualify a household. For some affordable housing programs, the information to be verified is also a factors into the amount of rent the household will pay out of pocket as well as the amount of rental assistance, if available, to be paid on their the behalf of the household.

Different Rules for Different Programs

The way income, assets, student eligibility, and other information needed for determining a household’s eligibility is verified can differ based on the specific affordable housing program. Knowing the requirements for each program is key to staying in compliance, but even more important is knowing what is required when these programs are blended together. On this webinar, Amanda Lee Gross will discuss each program’s requirement, as well as what happens when these programs combine together.

Getting Verifications Right Every Time

In this 90-minute webinar, Amanda Lee Gross will speak about the various programs and ways to verify the information presented for qualification.

Affordable housing programs to be addressed include:

  • Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program
  • HUD Multi-Family Housing Program
  • Rural Development
  • HOME Program

Topics will include:

  • Preferred Methods of Verification by program
  • Using HUD’s Enterprise Income Verification (EIV)
  • HUD’s Streamlining Verification Method
  • Maintaining compliance with multiple funding sources

About the organizer

$150 – $175