From providing affordable housing in the City of Los Angeles to supporting affordable
housing efforts through HUD's Performance-Based Contract Administration initiative,
the Los Angeles LOMOD Corporation has been a provider and supporter of affordable
housing for 36 years. LOMOD's mission evolved and its sphere of influence expanded
in 2003 when it took on the role of HUD's Contract Administrator in ten Southern
California counties, amounting to over 47,700 affordable housing units.
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On August 28, 2014, HUD released the updated TRACS 202D MAT Guide. The guide is separated into Chapters/Appendixes in Word Documents.
You are able to open, save and print from here
Please note: Chapter 7 of the MAT Guide is now what was Chapter 9 in HUD Handbook 4350.3 REV-1, Change 3 with the exception of the sections
on special claims and the excess income report. The paragraph numbering preserves the original numbers so that external references will still be correct.
The Section 8 renewal forms were updated by OMB and posted to HUDCLIPS. HUD is currently working on upgrading fillable forms which will soon be posted for everyone’s access.
Until that time, please use the new forms that are currently posted. Thank you for your cooperation.
EIV was recently updated with the Internet Explorer 10 (IE 10) browser.
Only IE 10 and previous version will work with EIV. Other types of browsers are not supported by the EIV System.
On January 16, 2014, HUD released new versions of the Affirmative Fair Housing Marketing
Plans HUD Form 935-2A, HUD Form 935-2B and HUD Form 935-2C.
LOMOD would like to know about your HUD Multifamily training needs. Please take
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Effective March 1, 2014, Los Angeles LOMOD Corporation (LOMOD) will be responsible
for administering the Section 8 HAP contract for all properties within LOMOD’s portfolio.
On June 23, 2014, HUD released the TRACS 202D implementation schedule. The notification
is available on the HUD/TRACS website at here
The definition of Extremely-Low Income (ELI) has changed for the Section 8 program.
Extremely-Low Income families are now defined as very-low income families whose
incomes do not exceed the higher of:
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LOMOD is committed to providing a Library of useful tools and the most current information
available to the Multifamily Housing community in Southern California.
The Library has a wealth of resources and links to assist property owners/management
agents in finding the specific program information they need quickly and easily,
without navigating through multiple cumbersome website pages.