About L.A. LOMOD
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 over 40 years. Founded by the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) in December of 1973, L.A. LOMOD’s mission evolved and its sphere of influence expanded when it took on the role of HUD’s Performance-Based Contract Administrator for Southern California in 2003.
Today, L.A. LOMOD’s mission is to provide quality customer service to owner/agents, tenants, and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in performing accurate contract administration services to ensure decent, safe and sanitary affordable Project-Based Section 8 housing throughout Southern California.
L.A. LOMOD manages Section 8 Project Based portfolio in ten Southern California counties. Specifically, the Project-Based Contract Administration (PBCA) duties of the organization include the following key functions:
- Conduct management and occupancy reviews (MORs)
- Review owner requests for HAP payments
- Release HAP payments to owners
- Process rent increase and contract renewal requests
- Respond to resident concerns
- Respond to 1st level appeals on review ratings and rent increases
Since 2003, L.A. LOMOD has provided oversight of HAP contracts for Section 8 projects in accordance with HUD regulations and requirements for the Southern California Section 8 project-based portfolio. L.A. LOMOD assists owners and agents in understanding and complying with the various and complex federal housing regulations applied to their respective properties. Through comprehensive oversight and quality assurance, L.A. LOMOD ensures the performance of all contract administration tasks in 710 properties equaling 47,533 units of affordable housing.