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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HUD posted the draft revised Section 8 Renewal Policy Guide for public comment.
HUD has released the 2014 AAFs which are based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI)
data relating to changes in residential rent and utility costs. The new AAFs are
effective February 18, 2014.
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.
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 December 10, 2013, HUD posted to HUDCLIPS a revised transmittal for HUD Handbook
4350.3, REV-1, Change 4.
On December 12, 2013, the Los Angeles Multifamily Hub sent an email to owners/agents
concerning the waivers of third-party RCS. The email stated: “The Office of Housing
Assistance and Grant Administration (HAGA) has been processing certain waivers of...
On February 21, 2013, the HUD Los Angeles Multifamily Hub issued policy and procedures
relating to the processing and monitoring of Residual Receipts for “New Regulation”
Section 8 HAP Contracts. The
memorandum provides clarification on the implementation of Notice H-2012-14,
titled Use of “New Regulation” Section 8 Housing Assistance Payments (HAP) Contracts
Residual Receipts to Offset Project-Based Section 8 Housing Assistance Payments
which was issued last year.
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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.