Review Resident Selection Plan for Issues Covered in Recent HUD Memos and Notices

If you own or manage an assisted site, you must have a written resident selection plan that incorporates the policies and procedures covering each step of the selection process. It’s important to have a well-written resident selection plan because it can show HUD you’re complying with its rules. Among the first things HUD staffers look for when conducting a management review of your site is that you have a written resident selection plan. Not having a written plan violates HUD rules and lowers your review score.

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