HUD Proposes to Overhaul Rents, Impose Work Requirements on HUD-Assisted Households

May 11, 2018
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The Trump administration has long signaled through its budget proposals that it aims to raise the bar for federal assistance, in large part through expanding work requirements. HUD recently released legislative text proposing sweeping HUD rent reforms. Entitled the “Making Affordable Housing Work Act of 2018,” its proposals include rent increases on certain households and the ability for local housing authorities and owners to impose work requirements.

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