Give New Residents Orientation Letter to Get Off on Right Foot

June 20, 2010
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In “Follow HUD Guidelines for New Resident Orientation,” above, we discuss the importance of briefing new residents on the terms of the lease and house rules. HUD's guidelines for conducting this briefing include providing information in written form, such as a packet of handouts, in addition to speaking with the new resident in person. The written material must be clear, HUD says, perhaps with graphics, and may need to be provided in languages other than English.

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