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U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Content Topic Results

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January 2016

FY 2017 Income Limits Documentation System

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This system provides complete documentation of the development of the FY 2017 Income Limits (ILs) for any area of the country selected by the user.
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January 2016

Don’t be a Victim of Loan Fraud

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This brochure lists eleven tips for being a “smart consumer” when looking to buy a home. It also describes predatory lending and details tactics used by predators.
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FY2011 Income Limits

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Includes 2011 AMI figures, as well as answers to frequently asked questions.
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February 2011

HUD Memo: Housing Discrimination Against Domestic Violence Victims

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This memo from HUD’s Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity provides guidance to HUD staff on assessing claims by domestic violence victims of housing discrimination under the Fair Housing Act.
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October 2004

Homeless Assistance Programs: A Guide To Counting Unsheltered Homeless People

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The guide is offered in chapters and numeric sections and covers the basics of counting unsheltered homeless people, counting unsheltered people in public places, counts based on use of non-shelter services and sample data collection instruments. Advocates in search of a basic background on the topic should start with Chapter 2. Note: The guide is not offered as a method for counting sheltered people but does reference Martha Burt's Practical Methods for Counting the Homeless: A Manual for State and Local Jurisdictions as a resource for counting sheltered homeless people.
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May 2004

Decade of HOPE VI: Research Findings And Policy Challenges

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This research and policy report offers an extensive overview of the HOPE VI (Housing Opportunities for People Everywhere) program. The introduction provides historical background, evaluation challenges and suggested reforms. It includes a description of the policy debates surrounding HOPE VI.
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  • Training Tools
June 2003

Public Housing Occupancy Guidebook

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The HUD Public Housing Occupancy Guidebook is a reference tool for public housing staff. There is not a specific chapter about sexual violence, but it does include information about nondiscrimination and civil rights.
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  • General Material
January 2001

Letter from the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

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This letter from the HUD Secretary clarifies that undocumented persons who are victims of domestic violence should not be denied access based on immigration status to shelters or transitional housing programs that receive federal funding.
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Public Housing Occupancy Guidebook, Part 7 - Chapter 19: Domestic Violence

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This is an essential tool for domestic violence advocates involved with individual and systemic housing advocacy. The chapter supports local public housing authority preferences for victims of domestic violence, including outlining relevant federal law and regulations. The chapter includes types of evidence of abuse (which is broad), mitigating "negative" rental histories due to domestic violence and sensitivity regarding confidential information. Supportive transfer policies as alternatives to eviction are strongly encouraged.