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New Immigration Practices, Fair Housing and Eligibility

In the last two weeks, I have been bombarded with emails inviting me to webinars and workshops and have received several articles on the new changes with immigration policy in the United States and how it relates to Fair Housing

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A Changing HUD

I know there is a new administration and I am sure there will be many changes in HUD. But that is not what this blog is about.  It is about the changes I have observed in the past 10 years. 

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Top 10 list – Strictly Housing

Well, hello! I know it has been quite a while since you’ve heard from me, but between the holidays, vacation and being sick, the end of the 2016 got away from me.  Let me start by saying ‘Happy New Year’! 

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Enterprise Income Verification (EIV) System

EIV began in February 2011. It’s hard to believe it has been in place for over 5 years.  This information may be a review, but even 5 years later I continue to get the same questions, So, I thought taking

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What is Ageism?

What is Ageism? You may or may not know me well, but by now you know that I am a nurse.  I have been a nurse for more than 30 years and I have worked with Jim at New Alt

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Management and Occupancy Review (MOR). Are you ready?

The dreaded MOR…. It seems that lately when I am talking to a client about something, the topic always turns to the MOR; Are they coming back? When are they coming back? Will all the reviewers be new? Will the

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