HUD HANDBOOK 4145.1 PDF

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To be considered for placement on the Roster, an inspector must apply to HUD using an application or materials in a form prescribed by HUD. To be eligible for placement on the Roster, 4145.1 inspector must demonstrate the following to Hansbook. Inspectors who are included on the Roster on the date when the requirement for the examination becomes effective have until six months following that date to pass the comprehensive exam.

It is not guaranteed to be accurate or up-to-date, though we hkd refresh the database weekly. More limitations on accuracy are described at the GPO site. June 28,ch. June 3,ch. The Bandbook is a list of inspectors approved by FHA as eligible to determine if the construction quality of a one- to four-unit property is acceptable as security for an FHA-insured hdu.

The removal of the Roster regulations is based on the recognition of the sufficiency and quality of hndbook carried out by certified inspectors and other qualified individuals. This final rule follows publication of a February 6,proposed rule, and takes into consideration the public comments received on the proposed rule. After publication, HUD discovered an incorrect compliance date in the preamble and an incorrect paragraph designation in the regulatory text.

The compliance date, with respect to completing an emergency transfer plan and providing emergency transfers, and associated recordkeeping and reporting requirements, was incorrectly listed as May 15,in the preamble. The regulatory text provided the correct date of June 14, This document makes the necessary correction to the preamble to reflect the compliance date in the regulatory text of June 14, and the paragraph designations in the regulatory text.

This final rule implements in HUD’s regulations the requirements of the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act VAWAwhich applies for all victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking, regardless of sex, gender identity, or sexual orientation, and which must be applied consistent with all nondiscrimination and fair housing requirements.

Additionally, the law provides enhanced protections and options hanbdook victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking. In addition to this final rule, HUD is publishing a notice titled the Notice of Occupancy Rights under the Violence Against Women Act Notice of Occupancy Rights that hancbook housing providers must give hjd tenants and applicants to ensure they are aware of their rights under VAWA and these implementing regulations, a model emergency transfer plan that may hdu used by housing providers to develop their own emergency transfer plans, a model emergency transfer request form that housing 4145.

could provide to tenants requesting an emergency transfer hanfbook these regulations, and a new certification form for documenting incidents of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking that must be used by housing providers. This rule reflects the statutory changes made by VAWAas well as HUD’s recognition of the importance of providing housing protections and rights to victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual handvook, and stalking.

By increasing opportunities for all individuals to live in safe housing, this will reduce the risk of homelessness and further HUD’s mission of utilizing housing to improve quality of life. This proposed rule would revise HUD’s regulations governing floodplain management to require, as part of the decision making process established to ensure compliance with Executive orders on Floodplain Management and Federal Flood Risk Management, that a HUD assisted or financed including mortgage insurance project involving new construction or substantial improvement that is situated in an area subject to floods be elevated or floodproofed between 2 and 3 feet above the base flood elevation as determined by best available information.

Building to the proposed standards will, consistent with the Executive orders, increase resiliency to flooding, reduce the risk of flood loss, minimize the impact of floods on human safety, health, and welfare, and promote sound, sustainable, long-term planning informed by a more handhook evaluation of flood risk that takes into account possible sea level rise and increased development associated with population growth.

This document also proposes to revise a categorical exclusion available when HUD performs the environmental review under the National Environmental Policy Act NEPA and related Federal laws by making it consistent with changes to a similar categorical exclusion that is available to HUD grantees or other responsible handbooo when they perform these environmental reviews. This change will make the review standard identical regardless of whether HUD or a grantee is performing the review.

This final rule revises Hnadbook regulations for reviewing the previous participation in federal programs of certain participants seeking to take part in multifamily housing and healthcare programs hur by HUD’s Office of Housing.

The final rule clarifies and simplifies the process by which HUD reviews the previous participation of participants that have decision-making authority over their projects as one component 414.1 HUD’s responsibility to assess financial and operational risk to the projects in these programs.

The final rule, together with an accompanying Processing Guide, clarifies which individuals and entities will undergo review, HUD’s purpose in conducting such review, and describe the review to be undertaken. By targeting more closely the individuals and actions that would be subject to prior participation review, HUD not only hzndbook greater certainty and clarity to the process but provides HUD huf program participants with flexibility as to the necessary previous participation review for entities and individuals that is not possible in a one-size fits all approach.

Through this rule, HUD replaces the current previous participation regulations in their entirety. On August 10,HUD published in the Federal Register, a proposed rule that would revise HUD’s regulations for reviewing the previous participation of Federal programs of certain participants seeking to take part in multifamily housing and healthcare programs administered by HUD’s Office of Housing.

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Specifically, the rulemaking proposed to clarify and simplify the process by which HUD reviews the previous participation handblok participants that have decision-making authority over their projects as one component of HUD’s responsibility to assess financial and operational risk to the projects in these programs.

The approach offered by the proposed rule was to not only bring greater certainty and clarity to the process but greater flexibility, avoiding a one-size fits all approach. This document opens the public comment period solely for the provisions addressed in this document to address concerns that while the proposed rule provided greater flexibility, it lacked the greater certainty to which HUD committed, and how HUD would provide such certainty. Under NHOP, HUD was authorized to make grants to nonprofit organizations to be used to provide loans to families purchasing homes constructed or substantially renovated in accordance hahdbook a HUD-approved program.

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The existing grant and loans made under NHOP will continue to be governed by the regulations that existed immediately before the effective date of this final rule. HUD also amended its administrative requirements for grants and cooperative agreements. Through this notice, HUD announces that it will be holding a conference call on September 16,to discuss HUD’s previous participation review process and solicit feedback on how this process can be improved.

On August 10,HUD published a proposed rule to revise its regulations governing the previous participation review process that is applied to certain entities seeking to take part in multifamily housing and healthcare programs administered by HUD’s Office of Housing. HUD’s goal in revising the regulations is to simplify the process by which HUD currently reviews the previous participation of participants that have decision-making authority over their projects as one component of HUD’s responsibility to assess financial and operational risk to the projects in these programs.

This rule updates HUD fees for multifamily housing and residential healthcare facilities, and updates and streamlines the Section program regulations that govern the financing of the purchase and installation of fire safety equipment in insured healthcare facilities, which have not been substantially updated in over 20 years.

This final rule gives HUD flexibility in raising or lowering fees, and for residential healthcare facilities, streamlines the loan application process by eliminating unnecessary requirements, conforming needed requirements to current industry practices, and allowing for HUD to centralize the loan application process. This proposed rule would revise HUD’s regulations for reviewing the previous participation in federal programs of certain participants seeking to take part in multifamily housing and healthcare programs administered by HUD’s Office of Housing.

Specifically, the proposed rule would handbookk and simplify the process by which HUD reviews the previous participation of handboo that have decision-making authority over their projects as one component of Handgook responsibility to assess financial and operational risk to the projects in these programs. The proposed rule would clarify which individuals and entities will be reviewed, HUD’s purpose in conducting such review, and describe the review to be undertaken.

By targeting more closely the individuals and actions that would be subject to prior participation review, HUD not only brings greater certainty and clarity to the process but provides HUD with flexibility as to the necessary previous participation review for entities and individuals that is not possible in a one-size fits all approach.

Through this rule, HUD proposes to replace the current previous participation regulations in their entirety. Through this rule, HUD removes the regulations for its Section Program, which authorized HUD to provide mortgage subsidy payments to lenders to assist lower-income hyd who are unable to meet the credit requirements generally applicable to FHA mortgage insurance programs.

24 CFR 200.171 – Placement on the Inspector Roster.

Authority to provide insurance to mortgagees under this program was terminated under the Housing and Community Development Act of and HUD has not provided new mortgage subsidy payments under this program since then.

Because the regulations governing this program are no longer operative, they are being removed by this final rule. To the extent that any Section mortgages remain in existence, or second mortgages for the recapture of subsidy payment pursuant to HUD’s regulations governing the Section Program which was reserved by regulatory streamlining inthe removal of these regulations does not affect the requirements for transactions entered into when Section Program regulations were in effect. Assistance made available under the Section Program will continue to be governed by the regulations that existed immediately before the effective date of this final rule.

VAWA provides enhanced statutory protections for victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking.

In addition to proposing regulatory amendments to fully implement VAWAHUD is also publishing for public comment two documents concerning tenant protections required by VAWA —a notice of occupancy rights and an emergency transfer plan. Although VAWA refers to women in its title, the statute makes clear that the protections are for all victims handbooo domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking, regardless of sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, or age.

FHA insures mortgage loans to facilitate the construction, substantial rehabilitation, purchase, and refinancing of multifamily housing under the National Housing Act, and nursing homes, intermediate care facilities, board and care homes, and assisted-living facilities collectively residential healthcare facilities under section of the National Housing Act the Section program.

Through this rule, HUD proposes to update HUD fees for multifamily housing and residential healthcare facilities and to update and streamline the Section program regulations that govern the financing of the purchase and installation of fire safety equipment in the insured healthcare facilities, which have not been substantially updated in over 20 years. The proposed changes would give HUD flexibility in raising or lowering fees, and for residential healthcare facilities, streamline the loan application process by eliminating unnecessary requirements, conforming needed requirements to current industry practices, and allowing for HUD to centralize the loan application process.

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The statutory authority to provide emergency assistance to homeowners under this program expired on September 30, Because these regulations are no longer operative, they are being removed by this final rule. To the extent that assistance made available under this program is still ongoing, the removal of these regulations does not affect the requirements for transactions entered into when these parts were in effect.

Assistance made available under the Emergency Homeowners’ Loan Program will continue to be governed by the regulations that existed immediately before September 8, This final rule amends HUD’s regulations governing the eligibility for FHA insurance of mortgages used for the purchase or refinancing of existing multifamily housing projects.

Although the statutory language authorizing such insurance does not distinguish between rental or cooperative multifamily projects, HUD’s regulations limit FHA bud to existing rental projects. Given the significant handbooo identified for multifamily cooperative financing, the Department determined that it was appropriate to reconsider the regulatory imposed limitation.

Accordingly, this rule revises HUD’s regulations to enable habdbook multifamily cooperative project owners to obtain FHA insurance for the refinancing of existing indebtedness. The statutory authority for this program expired September 30, To the extent that local programs are still ongoing under 4415.1 following repealed parts, the removal of these regulations does not affect the requirements for transactions entered into when the regulations were in effect.

Loans made under the HOPE for Homeowners Program that are presently insured will continue to be governed by the regulations that existed immediately before 4154.1 effective date of this final rule. On September 7,HUD published a final rule that revised the regulations governing the insurance of healthcare facilities under section of the National Housing Act Section HUD’s Section program insures mortgage loans to facilitate the construction, substantial rehabilitation, purchase, and refinancing of nursing homes, intermediate care facilities, board and care homes, and assisted-living facilities.

The amendments made by the September 7,final rule updated the Section regulations to yandbook current policy and practices, improve accountability and strengthen risk management in the program. The final rule provided an applicability date of April 9,for certain of the updated requirements.

This final rule amendment changes the applicability date to July 12,for the purpose of allowing more time to transition to the new requirements. This proposed rule would streamline the inspection and home warranty requirements for FHA single-family mortgage insurance.

HUD’s regulations currently require the use of an inspector hansbook the Roster as a condition for FHA mortgage insurance where the local jurisdiction does not perform necessary inspections. HUD’s proposal to remove the Roster regulations is based on the recognition of the sufficiency and quality of inspections carried out by certified inspectors and other qualified individuals.

Second, this proposed rule would also remove the regulations requiring year protection plans in order to qualify for high loan-to-value LTVFHA-insured mortgages as a condition of closing for newly constructed single-family homes. HUD, however, is retaining the requirement that the Warranty of Completion of Construction form HUD be executed by the builder and the buyer of a new construction home, as a condition for FHA mortgage insurance.

In throughHUD commenced and completed the process of revising regulations applicable to, and closing documents used in, FHA insurance of multifamily rental projects, to reflect current policy and practices in the multifamily mortgage market. This final rule results from a similar process that was initiated in for revising and updating the nandbook governing, and the transactional documents used in, the program for insurance of healthcare facilities under section of the National Housing Act Section program.

This rule revises the Section program regulations to reflect current policy and practices, and improve accountability and strengthen risk management in the Section program. The multifamily rental project regulations and closing documents had not been updated in more than 20 years. Through this proposed rule, HUD commences a similar process for its regulations governing insurance of healthcare facilities under section of the National Housing Act, and the closing documents used in such transactions.

This rule proposes amendments to update HUD’s Section regulations, to reflect current policy and practices, and to improve accountability and strengthen risk management. Multifamily Accelerated Processing MAP is a processing system introduced in as a pilot program to facilitate the accelerated processing of loan applications for FHA multifamily mortgage insurance, which generally involve the refinance, purchase, new construction, or rehabilitation of multifamily properties.

These transactions are costly, complicated, and time-consuming to process. Prior to MAP, HUD field offices were encouraged to develop and test individual fast-track processing systems for use by qualified FHA-approved lenders that were experienced in processing loan applications for multifamily mortgages.

The intent was to considerably reduce the processing time of applications. These test procedures included providing qualified lenders with the option of preparing FHA forms and undertaking preliminary underwriting for certain types of loan applications.

Through this final rule, HUD implements policy to ensure that its core programs are open to all eligible individuals and families regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, or marital status. This rule follows a January 24,proposed rule, which noted evidence suggesting that lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender LGBT individuals and families are being arbitrarily excluded from housing opportunities in the private sector.

Such information was of special concern to HUD, which, as the Nation’s housing agency, has the unique charge to promote the federal goal of providing decent housing and a suitable living environment for all.

It is important not only that HUD ensure that its own programs do not involve discrimination against any individual or family otherwise eligible for HUD-assisted or -insured housing, but that its policies and programs serve as models for equal housing opportunity.

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