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LoS: 24 CFR

Title 24: Housing and Urban Development

List of Subjects revised as of July 1, 2021.

24 CFR Part 0_Standards of conduct.
Administrative practice and procedure
Conflict of interest
24 CFR Part 1_Nondiscrimination in federally assisted programs of the Department of Housing and Urban Development_effectuation of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Administrative practice and procedure
Civil rights
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 3_Nondiscrimination on the basis of sex in education programs or activities receiving Federal financial assistance.
Education
Sex discrimination
Youth organizations
24 CFR Part 4_HUD Reform Act.
Administrative practice and procedure
Government employees
Grant programs-housing and community development
Investigations
Loan programs-housing and community development
Penalties
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 5_General HUD program requirements; waivers.
Administrative practice and procedure
Aged
Claims
Crime
Government contracts
Grant programs-housing and community development
Individuals with disabilities
Intergovernmental relations
Loan programs-housing and community development
Low and moderate income housing
Mortgage insurance
Penalties
Pets
Public housing
Rent subsidies
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
Social security
Unemployment compensation
Wages
24 CFR Part 6_Nondiscrimination in programs and activities receiving assistance under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974.
Administrative practice and procedure
Civil rights
Equal employment opportunity
Grant programs-housing and community development
Investigations
Loan programs-housing and community development
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 8_Nondiscrimination based on handicap in federally assisted programs and activities of the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Administrative practice and procedure
Civil rights
Equal employment opportunity
Grant programs-housing and community development
Individuals with disabilities
Loan programs-housing and community development
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 9_Enforcement of nondiscrimination on the basis of disability in programs or activities conducted by the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Administrative practice and procedure
Civil rights
Equal employment opportunity
Federal buildings and facilities
Individuals with disabilities
24 CFR Part 10_Rulemaking: Policy and procedures.
Administrative practice and procedure
24 CFR Part 11_Guidance documents: policy and procedures.
Administrative practice and procedure
24 CFR Part 13_Use of penalty mail in the location and recovery of missing children.
Infants and children
Postal Service
24 CFR Part 14_Implementation of the Equal Access to Justice Act in administrative proceedings.
Claims
Equal access to justice
Lawyers
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 15_Public access to HUD records under the Freedom of Information Act and testimony and production of information by HUD employees.
Classified information
Courts
Freedom of information
Government employees
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 16_Implementation of the Privacy Act of 1974.
Privacy
24 CFR Part 17_Administrative claims.
Administrative practice and procedure
Claims
Government employees
Income taxes
Wages
24 CFR Part 18_Indemnification of HUD employees.
Claims
Government employees
24 CFR Part 20_Office of Hearings and Appeals.
Administrative practice and procedure
Government contracts
Organization and functions (Government agencies)
24 CFR Part 24_Governmentwide debarment and suspension (nonprocurement).
Administrative practice and procedure
Government contracts
Grant programs
Loan programs
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
Technical assistance
24 CFR Part 25_Mortgagee Review Board.
Administrative practice and procedure
Loan programs-housing and community development
Organization and functions (Government agencies)
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 26_Hearing procedures.
Administrative practice and procedure
24 CFR Part 27_Nonjudicial foreclosure of multifamily and single family mortgages.
Administrative practice and procedure
Loan programs-housing and community development
Mortgage insurance
24 CFR Part 28_Implementation of the Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act of 1986.
Administrative practice and procedure
Claims
Fraud
Penalties
24 CFR Part 30_Civil money penalties: Certain prohibited conduct.
Administrative practice and procedure
Grant programs-housing and community development
Loan programs-housing and community development
Mortgage insurance
Mortgages
Penalties
24 CFR Part 35_Lead-based paint poisoning prevention in certain residential structures.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Lead poisoning
Mortgage insurance
Rent subsidies
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 40_Accessibility standards for design, construction, and alteration of publicly owned residential structures.
Individuals with disabilities
Public housing
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 41_Policies and procedures for the enforcement of standards and requirements for accessibility by the physically handicapped.
Buildings and facilities
Federal buildings and facilities
Individuals with disabilities
24 CFR Part 42_Displacement, relocation assistance, and real property acquisition for HUD and HUD-assisted programs.
Administrative practice and procedure
Grant programs
Loan programs
Manufactured homes
Rates and fares
Relocation assistance
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 50_Protection and enhancement of environmental quality.
Environmental impact statements
24 CFR Part 51_Environmental criteria and standards.
Airports
Hazardous substances
Housing standards
Incorporation by reference
Noise control
24 CFR Part 52_Intergovernmental review of Department of Housing and Urban Development programs and activities.
Intergovernmental relations
24 CFR Part 55_Floodplain management and protection of wetlands.
Environmental impact statements
Flood plains
24 CFR Part 58_Environmental review procedures for entities assuming HUD environmental responsibilities.
Community development block grants
Environmental impact statements
Grant programs-housing and community development
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 60_Protection of human subjects.
Human research subjects
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
Research
24 CFR Part 70_Use of volunteers on projects subject to Davis-Bacon and HUD-determined wage rates.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Loan programs-housing and community development
Low and moderate income housing
Volunteers
Wages
24 CFR Part 75_Economic opportunities for low- and very low-income persons.
Administrative practice and procedure
Community development
Government contracts
Grant programs-housing and community development
Housing
Loan programs-housing and community development
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
Small businesses
24 CFR Part 81_The Secretary of HUD's regulation of the Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae) and the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (Freddie Mac).
Accounting
Federal Reserve System
Mortgages
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
Securities
24 CFR Part 84_Uniform administrative requirements for grants and agreements with institutions of higher education, hospitals, and other non-profit organizations.
Accounting
Colleges and universities
Grant programs
Hospitals
Nonprofit organizations
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 85_Administrative requirements for grants and cooperative agreements to State, local, and federally recognized Indian tribal governments.
Accounting
Grant programs
Indians
Intergovernmental relations
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 87_New restrictions on lobbying.
Government contracts
Government employees
Grant programs
Loan programs
Lobbying
Penalties
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 91_Consolidated submissions for community planning and development programs.
Aged
Grant programs-housing and community development
Homeless
Individuals with disabilities
Low and moderate income housing
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 92_Home Investment Partnerships Program.
Administrative practice and procedure
Low and moderate income housing
Manufactured homes
Rent subsidies
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 93_Housing Trust Fund.
Administrative practice and procedure
Grant programs-housing and community development
Low and moderate income housing
Manufactured homes
Rent subsidies
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 100_Discriminatory conduct under the Fair Housing Act.
Aged
Civil rights
Fair housing
Incorporation by reference
Individuals with disabilities
Mortgages
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 103_Fair housing-complaint processing.
Administrative practice and procedure
Aged
Fair housing
Individuals with disabilities
Intergovernmental relations
Investigations
Mortgages
Penalties
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 107_Nondiscrimination and equal opportunity in housing under Executive Order 11063.
Administrative practice and procedure
Fair housing
Grant programs-housing and community development
Loan programs-housing and community development
Religious discrimination
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
Sex discrimination
24 CFR Part 108_Compliance procedures for affirmative fair housing marketing.
Fair housing
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 110_Fair housing poster.
Aged
Fair housing
Individuals with disabilities
Mortgages
Signs and symbols
24 CFR Part 115_Certification and funding of State and local fair housing enforcement agencies.
Administrative practice and procedure
Aged
Fair housing
Grant programs-housing and community development
Individuals with disabilities
Intergovernmental relations
Mortgages
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 121_Collection of data.
Aged
Fair housing
Individuals with disabilities
Mortgages
Statistics
24 CFR Part 125_Fair Housing Initiatives Program.
Fair housing
Grant programs-housing and community development
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 135_Employment opportunities for businesses and lower income persons in connection with assisted projects.
Administrative practice and procedure
Community development
Equal employment opportunity
Government contracts
Grant programs-housing and community development
Housing
Loan programs-housing and community development
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
Small businesses
24 CFR Part 146_Nondiscrimination on the basis of age in HUD programs or activities receiving Federal financial assistance.
Administrative practice and procedure
Aged
Civil rights
Grant programs-housing and community development
Loan programs-housing and community development
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 180_Consolidated HUD hearing procedures for civil rights matters.
Administrative practice and procedure
Aged
Civil rights
Fair housing
Individuals with disabilities
Investigations
Mortgages
Penalties
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 200_Introduction to FHA programs.
Administrative practice and procedure
Claims
Equal employment opportunity
Fair housing
Housing standards
Lead poisoning
Loan programs-housing and community development
Mortgage insurance
Organization and functions (Government agencies)
Penalties
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
Social security
Unemployment compensation
Wages
24 CFR Part 201_Title 1 property improvement and manufactured home loans.
Claims
Health facilities
Historic preservation
Home improvement
Loan programs-housing and community development
Manufactured homes
Mortgage insurance
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 202_Approval of lending institutions and mortgagees.
Administrative practice and procedure
Home improvement
Manufactured homes
Mortgage insurance
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 203_Single family housing mortgage insurance.
Hawaiian Natives
Home improvement
Incorporation by reference
Indians-lands
Loan programs-housing and community development
Mortgage insurance
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
Solar energy
24 CFR Part 204_Coinsurance.
Mortgage insurance
24 CFR Part 206_Home Equity Conversion Mortgage Insurance.
Aged
Condominiums
Loan programs-housing and community development
Mortgage insurance
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 207_Multifamily housing mortgage insurance.
Manufactured homes
Mortgage insurance
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
Solar energy
24 CFR Part 208_Electronic transmission of required data for certification and recertification and subsidy billing procedures for multifamily subsidized projects.
Computer technology
Grant programs-housing and community development
Mortgage insurance
Rent subsidies
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 213_Cooperative Housing Mortgage Insurance.
Cooperatives
Mortgage insurance
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 214_Housing Counseling program.
Administrative practice and procedure
Grant programs-housing and community development
Loan program-housing and community development
Organization and functions (government agencies)
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 219_Flexible Subsidy Program for Troubled Projects.
Loan programs-housing and community development
Low and moderate income housing
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 220_Mortgage insurance and insured improvement loans for urban renewal and concentrated development areas.
Home improvement
Loan programs-housing and community development
Mortgage insurance
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
Urban renewal
24 CFR Part 221_Low cost and moderate income mortgage insurance.
Low and moderate income housing
Mortgage insurance
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 231_Housing mortgage insurance for the elderly.
Aged
Mortgage insurance
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 232_Mortgage insurance for nursing homes, intermediate care facilities, board and care homes, and assisted living facilities.
Fire prevention
Health facilities
Loan programs-health
Loan programs-housing and community development
Mortgage insurance
Nursing homes
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 234_Condominium ownership mortgage insurance.
Condominiums
Mortgage insurance
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 236_Mortgage insurance and interest reduction.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Low and moderate income housing
Mortgage insurance
Rent subsidies
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 241_Supplementary financing for insured project mortgages.
Home improvement
Loan programs-housing and community development
Mortgage insurance
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
Solar energy
24 CFR Part 242_Mortgage insurance for hospitals.
Hospitals
Mortgage insurance
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 244_Mortgage insurance for group practice facilities [Title XI].
Health facilities
Mortgage insurance
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 245_Tenant participation in multifamily housing projects.
Condominiums
Cooperatives
Grant programs-housing and community development
Loan programs-housing and community development
Low and moderate income housing
Rent subsidies
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
Utilities
24 CFR Part 246_Local rent control.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Intergovernmental relations
Loan programs-housing and community development
Low and moderate income housing
Rent subsidies
24 CFR Part 247_Evictions from certain subsidized and HUD-owned projects.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Loan programs-housing and community development
Low and moderate income housing
Rent subsidies
24 CFR Part 248_Prepayment of low income housing mortgages.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Intergovernmental relations
Loan programs-housing and community development
Low and moderate income housing
Mortgage insurance
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 251_Coinsurance for the construction or substantial rehabilitation of multifamily housing projects.
Low and moderate income housing
Mortgage insurance
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 252_Coinsurance of mortgages covering nursing homes, intermediate care facilities, and board and care homes.
Health facilities
Loan programs-health
Loan programs-housing and community development
Mortgage insurance
Nursing homes
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 255_Coinsurance for the purchase or refinancing of existing multifamily housing projects.
Low and moderate income housing
Mortgage insurance
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 266_Housing Finance Agency Risk-Sharing Program for insured affordable multifamily project loans.
Intergovernmental relations
Low and moderate income housing
Mortgage insurance
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 267_Credit risk retention.
Mortgages
24 CFR Part 290_Disposition of multifamily projects and sale of HUD-held multifamily mortgages.
Loan programs-housing and community development
Low and moderate income housing
Mortgage insurance
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 291_Disposition of HUD-acquired and -owned single family property.
Community facilities
Conflicts of interest
Homeless
Lead poisoning
Low and moderate income housing
Mortgages
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
Surplus government property
24 CFR Part 300_General.
Lawyers
Organization and functions (Government agencies)
24 CFR Part 310_Bylaws of the Government National Mortgage Association.
Organization and functions (Government agencies)
24 CFR Part 320_Guaranty of mortgage-backed securities.
Mortgages
Securities
24 CFR Part 330_Guaranty of multiclass securities.
Mortgages
Securities
24 CFR Part 340_Fiduciary activities.
Mortgages
Trusts and trustees
24 CFR Part 350_Book-entry procedures.
Mortgages
Securities
24 CFR Part 401_Multifamily housing mortgage and housing assistance restructuring program (mark-to-market).
Grant programs-housing and community development
Loan programs-housing and community development
Low and moderate income housing
Mortgage insurance
Mortgages
Rent subsidies
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 402_Section 8 Project-based contract renewal under Section 524 of MAHRA.
Low and moderate income housing
Rent subsidies
24 CFR Part 510_Section 312 rehabilitation loan program.
Lead poisoning
Loan programs-housing and community development
Relocation assistance
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
Social security
Urban renewal
24 CFR Part 570_Community development block grants.
Administrative practice and procedure
American Samoa
Community development block grants
Grant programs-education
Grant programs-housing and community development
Guam
Indians
Loan programs-housing and community development
Low and moderate income housing
Northern Mariana Islands
Pacific Islands Trust Territory
Puerto Rico
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
Student aid
Virgin Islands
24 CFR Part 573_Loan guarantee recovery fund.
Arson
Community facilities
Loan programs-housing and community development
Nonprofit organizations
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 574_Housing opportunities for persons with AIDS.
Community facilities
Grant programs-housing and community development
Grant programs-social programs
HIV/AIDS
Low and moderate income housing
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 576_Emergency Solutions Grants program.
Community facilities
Grant programs-housing and community development
Grant programs-social programs
Homeless
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 578_Continuum of Care Program.
Community development
Community facilities
Grant programs-housing and community development
Grant programs-social programs
Homeless
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 581_Use of Federal real property to assist the homeless.
Administrative practice and procedure
Homeless
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
Surplus Government property
24 CFR Part 582_Shelter Plus Care.
Civil rights
Community facilities
Grant programs-housing and community development
Grant programs-social programs
Homeless
Individuals with disabilities
Mental health programs
Nonprofit organizations
Rent subsidies
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 583_Supportive Housing program.
Civil rights
Community facilities
Employment
Grant programs-housing and community development
Grant programs-social programs
Homeless
Indians
Individuals with disabilities
Mental health programs
Nonprofit organizations
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
Technical assistance
24 CFR Part 586_Revitalizing base closure communities and community assistance_community redevelopment and homeless assistance.
Administrative practice and procedure
Community development
Homeless
Intergovernmental relations
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
Surplus Government property
24 CFR Part 594_John Heinz Neighborhood Development Program.
Community development
Grant programs-housing and community development
Urban renewal
24 CFR Part 599_Renewal communities.
Community development
Indians
Intergovernmental relations
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 700_Congregate housing services program.
Aged
Grant programs-housing and community development
Grant programs-Indians
Indians
Individuals with disabilities
Low and moderate income housing
Public housing
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 761_Drug elimination programs.
Drug traffic control
Grant programs-housing and community development
Grant programs-Indians
Indians
Public housing
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 791_Allocations of housing assistance funds.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Indians
Intergovernmental relations
Public housing
Rent subsidies
24 CFR Part 792_Public housing agency Section 8 fraud recoveries.
Fraud
Grant programs-housing and community development
Rent subsidies
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 811_Tax exemption of obligations of public housing agencies and related amendments.
Public housing
Taxes
24 CFR Part 850_Housing development grants.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Low and moderate income housing
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 880_Section 8 housing assistance payments program for new construction.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Rent subsidies
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 881_Section 8 housing assistance payments program for substantial rehabilitation.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Rent subsidies
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 882_Section 8 moderate rehabilitation programs.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Homeless
Lead poisoning
Manufactured homes
Rent subsidies
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 883_Section 8 housing assistance payments program_State housing agencies.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Rent subsidies
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 884_Section 8 housing assistance payments program, new construction set-aside for Section 515 rural rental housing projects.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Rent subsidies
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
Rural areas
24 CFR Part 886_Section 8 housing assistance payments program_special allocations.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Lead poisoning
Rent subsidies
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 888_Section 8 housing assistance payments program_fair market rents and contract rent annual adjustment factors.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Rent subsidies
24 CFR Part 891_Supportive housing for the elderly and persons with disabilities.
Aged
Grant programs-housing and community development
Individuals with disabilities
Loan programs-housing and community development
Rent subsidies
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 902_Public Housing Assessment System.
Administrative practice and procedure
Public housing
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 903_Public housing agency plans.
Administrative practice and procedure
Public housing
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 904_Low rent housing homeownership opportunities.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Loan programs-housing and community development
Public housing
24 CFR Part 905_The Public Housing Capital Fund program.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Public housing
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 906_Public housing homeownership programs.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Low and moderate income housing
Public housing
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 907_Substantial default by a public housing agency.
Administrative practice and procedure
Public housing
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 908_Electronic transmission of required family data for public housing, Indian housing, and the Section 8 rental voucher and moderate rehabilitation programs.
Computer technology
Grant programs-housing and community development
Rent subsidies
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 943_Public Housing Agency consortia and joint ventures.
Public housing
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 945_Designated housing_public housing designated for occupancy by disabled, elderly, or disabled and elderly families.
Aged
Grant programs-housing and community development
Individuals with disabilities
Public housing
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 960_Admission to, and occupancy of, public housing.
Aged
Grant programs-housing and community development
Individuals with disabilities
Pets
Public housing
24 CFR Part 963_Public housing-contracting with resident-owned businesses.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Public housing
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 964_Tenant participation and tenant opportunities in public housing.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Public housing
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 965_PHA-owned or leased projects_general provisions.
Government procurement
Grant programs-housing and community development
Lead poisoning
Loan programs-housing and community development
Public housing
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
Utilities
24 CFR Part 966_Public housing lease and grievance procedure.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Public housing
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 970_Public housing program_demolition or disposition of public housing projects.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Public housing
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 971_Assessment of the reasonable revitalization potential of certain public housing required by law.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Intergovernmental relations
Public housing
24 CFR Part 972_Conversion of public housing to tenant-based assistance.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Public housing
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 982_Section 8 tenant based assistance: Housing Choice Voucher Program.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Grant programs-Indians
Indians
Public housing
Rent subsidies
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 983_Project-based voucher (PBV) program.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Low and moderate income housing
Rent subsidies
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 984_Section 8 and public housing Family Self-Sufficiency program.
Grant programs-housing and community development
Grant programs-Indians
Indians
Public housing
Rent subsidies
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 985_Section 8 Management Assessment Program (SEMAP).
Grant programs-housing and community development
Public housing
Rent subsidies
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 990_The public housing Operating Fund Program.
Accounting
Grant programs-housing and community development
Public housing
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 1000_Native American housing activities.
Aged
Community development block grants
Grant programs-housing and community development
Grant programs-Indians
Indians
Individuals with disabilities
Public housing
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 1003_Community development block grants for Indian tribes and Alaska Native villages.
Alaska
Community development block grants
Grant programs-housing and community development
Grant programs-Indians
Indians
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 1005_Loan guarantees for Indian housing.
Indians
Loan programs-Indians
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 1006_Native Hawaiian Housing Block Grant Programs.
Community development block grants
Grant programs-housing and community development
Grant programs-Indians
Hawaiian Natives
Low and moderate income housing
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 1007_Section 184A loan guarantees for Native Hawaiian housing.
Hawaiian Natives
Loan programs-housing and community development
Loan programs-Indians
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 1710_Land registration.
Consumer protection
Land sales
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 1715_Purchasers' revocation rights, sales practices and standards.
Advertising
Consumer protection
Fraud
Land sales
24 CFR Part 1720_Formal procedures and rules of practice.
Administrative practice and procedure
24 CFR Part 2002_Availability of information to the public.
Freedom of information
24 CFR Part 2003_Implementation of the Privacy Act of 1974.
Privacy
24 CFR Part 2004_Subpoenas and production in response to subpoenas or demands of courts or other authorities.
Administrative practice and procedure
Courts
24 CFR Part 3280_Manufactured home construction and safety standards.
Fire prevention
Housing standards
Incorporation by reference
24 CFR Part 3282_Manufactured home procedural and enforcement regulations.
Administrative practice and procedure
Consumer protection
Intergovernmental relations
Investigations
Manufactured homes
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
Warranties
24 CFR Part 3284_Manufactured housing program fee.
Consumer protection
Intergovernmental relations
Manufactured homes
24 CFR Part 3285_Model manufactured home installation standards.
Housing standards
Manufactured homes
24 CFR Part 3286_Manufactured Home Installation Program.
Administrative practice and procedure
Consumer protection
Intergovernmental relations
Manufactured homes
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 3288_Manufactured Home Dispute Resolution Program.
Administrative practice and procedure
Consumer protection
Intergovernmental relations
Manufactured homes
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 3800_Investigations in consumer regulatory programs.
Administrative practice and procedure
Consumer protection
Investigations
Manufactured homes
Mortgages
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
24 CFR Part 4100_Organization and channeling of functions.
Community development
Freedom of information
Grant programs-housing and community development
Organization and functions (Government agencies)
Sunshine Act

 

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Understanding HUD Guidelines 24 CFR 206.125

HUD Guidelines 24 CFR 206.125 are the rules that govern the sale of reverse mortgage foreclosure properties. Such homes can be more difficult to buy due to these requirements, so be sure to do your research ahead of time.

HUD Guidelines 24 CFR 206.125

Every so often, you might come across a property listing that has a remark that it’s being sold according to HUD Guidelines 24 CFR 206.125. What that means is that the house is a reverse mortgage foreclosure and that it’s being sold following HUD guidelines Title 24, Vol.2, Section 206-125. There are many rules associated with these types of home sales, making purchasing such a property relatively tricky.

As many realtors are unfamiliar with these HUD guidelines, we’re going to thoroughly explain them and answer other relevant questions about reverse mortgage foreclosures. 

What Is a Reverse Mortgage?

Reverse mortgages are a type of mortgage loan where the lender pays a homeowner that has equity in their house. Basically, it’s the reverse of a traditional mortgage, as the lender will typically be making monthly payments to the owner. In some cases, the owner might opt for a lump sum payment over monthly payments. 

Reverse mortgage loans are only available to borrows aged 62 or older who have equity in the home. Typically they need to own at least 20% of the house. Additionally, the property must be the borrower’s primary residence. This means that reverse mortgages are generally for retirees who have significant equity in their homes that they want to tap into as their monthly income might not be sufficient to get by. 

How Is A Reverse Mortgage Foreclosed on?

You might be wondering how a reverse mortgage foreclosure works, especially since the owner is not required to make monthly payments to the lender. The truth is that a reverse mortgage can be foreclosed on, and this is precisely why HUD guidelines 24 CFR 206.125 were created - to dictate how such foreclosure sales will work. So when does a reverse mortgage enter foreclosure? Well, the loan must become due and payable for that to happen. Here are the things that can trigger a reverse mortgage foreclosure:

  • The borrower moves and no longer uses the home as their primary residence.
  • The borrower sells the home.
  • The owner stops paying property taxes or homeowners insurance.
  • Proper maintenance on the home isn’t performed, and the property falls into disrepair. 

HUD Guidelines 24 CFR 206.125 Rules

Here are the HUD guidelines for selling a reverse mortgage foreclosure property.  

HUD guidelines 24 CFR 206.125

  • The property must be sold at or above the appraised value.
  • The home is sold with the utilities turned off. If the buyer wishes to turn them on for an inspection, they will be responsible for paying the costs (typically around $100). 
  • The property must be sold as-is, with no repairs being made by the seller. 
  • Under no circumstances will the seller contribute to the buyer's closing costs.
  • Real estate agent transaction fees are not allowed for these types of sales. 
  • Any transfer fees, transfer taxes, and HOA fees will be paid solely by the buyer and shall be due at closing. 
  • A 10% deposit must be made on cash offers. 
  • Electronic signatures are not accepted. 

Additionally, most 24 CFR 206.125 closings take at least 60 days, so be prepared for the process to take longer than usual even if you meet all the requirements. 

Pros and Cons of Buying a HUD 24 CFR 206 125 Home

While the HUD rules associated with purchasing 24cfr 206.125 homes mean a more complicated closing process and might seem like a significant drawback, there are numerous other things to consider before purchasing such a home. Here are the pros and cons you’ll want to consider:

Pros:

  • These properties can often be great deals.
  • The homes are often well cared for as they’ve had a single owner for quite a while.
  • Being a hud 24 CFR 206.125 property means a complicated sales process and less potential competition from other buyers. 

Cons:

  • The buying process for such homes is much trickier due to the many rules. 
  • There won’t be as many financing options for 24 CFR 206.125 homes.
  • You might have difficulty finding a realtor who is familiar with the process or interested in helping due to the lack of fees. 

In Conclusion

At the end of the day, deciding if purchasing a home subject to HUD Guidelines 24 CFR 206.125 really depends on your specific situation. Is the home too good of a deal to pass up, does your timeline allow for a more complicated closing, and can you secure financing for the purchase, are all questions you’ll need to answer before deciding what’s right for you.

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24 CFR § 982.551 - Obligations of participant.

§ 982.551 Obligations of participant.

(a)Purpose. This section states the obligations of a participantfamily under the program.

(b)Supplying required information - (1) The familymust supply any information that the PHA or HUD determines is necessary in the administration of the program, including submission of required evidence of citizenship or eligible immigration status (as provided by 24 CFR part 5). “Information” includes any requested certification, release or other documentation.

(2) The familymust supply any information requested by the PHA or HUD for use in a regularly scheduled reexamination or interim reexamination of family income and composition in accordance with HUD requirements.

(3) The familymust disclose and verify social security numbers (as provided by part 5, subpart B, of this title) and must sign and submit consent forms for obtaining information in accordance with part 5, subpart B, of this title.

(4) Any information supplied by the familymust be true and complete.

(c)HQS breach caused by family. The family is responsible for an HQS breach caused by the family as described in § 982.404(b).

(d)Allowing PHA inspection. The familymust allow the PHA to inspect the unit at reasonable times and after reasonable notice.

(e)Violation of lease. The familymay not commit any serious or repeated violation of the lease. Under 24 CFR 5.2005(c), an incident or incidents of actual or threatened domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking will not be construed as a serious or repeated lease violation by the victim, or threatened victim, of the domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking, or as good cause to terminate the tenancy, occupancy rights, or assistance of the victim.

(f)Family notice of move or lease termination. The familymust notify the PHA and the owner before the family moves out of the unit, or terminates the lease on notice to the owner. See § 982.354(d).

(g)Owner eviction notice. The familymust promptly give the PHA a copy of any ownereviction notice.

(h)Use and occupancy of unit - (1) The familymust use the assisted unit for residence by the family. The unit must be the family's only residence.

(2) The composition of the assisted family residing in the unit must be approved by the PHA. The familymust promptly inform the PHA of the birth, adoption or court-awarded custody of a child. The familymust request PHA approval to add any other family member as an occupant of the unit. No other person [i.e., nobody but members of the assisted family] may reside in the unit (except for a foster child or live-in aide as provided in paragraph (h)(4) of this section).

(3) The familymust promptly notify the PHA if any family member no longer resides in the unit.

(4) If the PHA has given approval, a foster child or a live-in-aide may reside in the unit. The PHA has the discretion to adopt reasonable policies concerning residence by a foster child or a live-in-aide, and defining when PHA consent may be given or denied.

(5) Members of the household may engage in legal profitmaking activities in the unit, but only if such activities are incidental to primary use of the unit for residence by members of the family.

(6) The familymust not sublease or let the unit.

(7) The familymust not assign the lease or transfer the unit.

(i)Absence from unit. The familymust supply any information or certification requested by the PHA to verify that the family is living in the unit, or relating to family absence from the unit, including any PHA-requested information or certification on the purposes of family absences. The familymust cooperate with the PHA for this purpose. The familymust promptly notify the PHA of absence from the unit.

(j)Interest in unit. The familymust not own or have any interest in the unit.

(k)Fraud and other program violation. The members of the familymust not commit fraud, bribery or any other corrupt or criminal act in connection with the programs.

(l)Crime by household members. The members of the household may not engage in drug-related criminal activity or violent criminal activity or other criminal activity that threatens the health, safety, or right to peaceful enjoyment of other residents and persons residing in the immediate vicinity of the premises (see § 982.553). Under 24 CFR 5.2005(b)(2), criminal activity directly related to domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking, engaged in by a member of a tenant's household, or any guest or other person under the tenant's control, shall not be cause for termination of tenancy, occupancy rights, or assistance of the victim, if the tenant or an affiliated individual of the tenant, as defined in 24 CFR 5.2003, is the victim.

(m)Alcohol abuse by household members. The members of the household must not abuse alcohol in a way that threatens the health, safety or right to peaceful enjoyment of other residents and persons residing in the immediate vicinity of the premises.

(n)Other housing assistance. An assisted family, or members of the family, may not receive Section 8 tenant-based assistance while receiving another housing subsidy, for the same unit or for a different unit, under any duplicative (as determined by HUD or in accordance with HUD requirements) federal, State or local housing assistance program.

(Approved by the Office of Management and Budget under control number 2577-0169)

[60 FR 34695, July 3, 1995, as amended at 60 FR 45661, Sept. 1, 1995; 61 FR 11119, Mar. 18, 1996; 61 FR 13627, Mar. 27, 1996; 61 FR 27163, May 30, 1996; 64 FR 26650, May 14, 1999; 66 FR 28805, May 24, 2001; 73 FR 72345, Nov. 28, 2008; 75 FR 66264, Oct. 27, 2010; 80 FR 50575, Aug. 20, 2015; 81 FR 80817, Nov. 16, 2016]

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HUD Guidelines 24 CFR 206 125

Found a home listing referring to HUD guidelines 24 CFR 206.125? What does it mean? What special rules govern this type of property purchase?
If you’ve been scouring the web for homes for sale and have found a property listing referring you to the rules for HUD guidelines Title 24, Vol.2, Section 206-125, this is a very special type of listing.This refers to a property that had a reverse mortgage foreclosed on.These properties can be much more difficult to buy and have very special rules surrounding the whole process. So, how does it all work? Is it worth it? How do these homes compare to others?

What is a Reverse Mortgage?

A reverse mortgage is a very special type of mortgage loan. Unlike all other traditional mortgages, a reverse mortgage pays the owner. Either in a lump sum or monthly payments. The owner doesn’t need to repay the mortgage monthly like a regular loan.

Who can get a reverse mortgage?

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Not everyone can get a reverse mortgage.

  • At least one borrower must be 62 years old, or older
  • Must have at least 20% equity in your home
  • Must live in the home as a primary residence

A reverse mortgage might be a viable money move if you are house rich, but income poor, and need money for home repairs or emergency medical expenses in retirement.

Can a Reverse Mortgage be Foreclosed on?

Yes. HUD guidelines 24 CFR 206.125 were specifically written to dictate how these properties can be sold once foreclosed on.

These loans don’t generally require repayment during the lifetime of the borrower. Though there are special circumstances in which they must be repaid immediately, or can be foreclosed on.

According to NOLO, these triggering events include:

  • The borrower no longer uses the home as a primary residence
  • The home is sold
  • The owners die
  • The property taxes aren’t kept paid up to date
  • The homeowner’s insurance coverage isn’t sufficient or paid-up
  • Maintenance isn’t kept up with

In all these cases the reverse mortgage lender can force a foreclosure. That may take months or longer depending on the lender and how back up the local court system is.

The Pros & Cons of Buying HUD 24 CFR 206 125 Homes

Until now it has been pretty rare, to find these home listings, but that may be changing. So, are they a diamond in the rough or is falling in love with one just a lump of coal in your stocking?

The potential advantages and disadvantages of these properties include the following:

The Pros:

  • Many have been well cared for, with one owner for a long time
  • Are properties that may rarely come on the market
  • May have fewer buyers to compete with due to the process
  • May offer great deals

The Cons:

  • Tough to buy with many rules
  • The seller wants it all their way
  • Not eligible for all financing programs
  • Few realtors understand how to buy them

The Rules

HUD guidelines 24 CFR 206.125 govern the sale of reverse mortgage foreclosure homes. They mean that:

    • The property cannot be sold under the listing price (no negotiating)
    • The seller will never turn on the utilities for you to fully inspect the property
    • These homes are only sold ‘as-is’, and the seller will not make repairs for you
    • Seller will not contribute towards your closing costs”

You may also have to pay additional real estate transfer taxes, make at least a 10% deposit, and wait 60 days to close.

Reverse Mortgage Foreclosures Versus Other HUD Homes

Other types of HUD homes and foreclosed properties with government-backed loans are known to be great deals if you can get them. FHA foreclosures are a great example.

These properties are highly desirable. The seller is still a stickler for doing things their way. You have to use their title insurance company, wait or rush to close on their terms and put down at least a $500 to $1,000 deposit. These other HUD homes are sold on an online auction basis though, so you can bid much lower than the asking price. Sometimes you’ll strike it lucky and get an incredible deal.

One of the great secrets to these homes is that they will often start repairing and renovating these homes while waiting to sell them. You might even end up with a new kitchen, bathroom, or roof, and they provide an inspection report.

These homes can be bought by both regular home buyers and real estate investors.

Is it Worth it?

Are HUD 24 CFR 206.125 homes worth buying?

That’s really up to you as the home buyer. There are experienced real estate agents who report having success with helping their home buyer clients with these reverse mortgage foreclosure homes.

Of course, most buyers may think it is just too much hassle and not a buyer-friendly process. There are easier homes to buy. Yet, if the 24 CFR 206.125 guidelines meet what you were looking for in a home anyway, then why not try it?

Summary

HUD guidelines 24 CFR 206.125 refer to reverse mortgage foreclosure homes. They are sold under very detailed rules and processes. They may still present great deals if you are willing to make the effort and can find an agent willing to help. Find your UpNest agent today to save big on your next home purchase and get help finding the right home on the right terms.

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