HOTMA: Change in Focus

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Tuesday, February 13, 2024 - Friday, February 16, 2024   Eastern Standard Time


February 13-16 - 1:00-5:00 pm ET each day


The Housing Opportunity through Modernization Act (HOTMA) has made a myriad of changes to the Housing Choice Voucher Program and Public Housing.

This class will view HOTMA from the lens of how it affects different program aspects at the micro and macro levels. We will review the optional and required policy decisions PHA’s will need to make to be in compliance with HOTMA.

We will provide scenarios on how HOTMA will be changing the way we calculate, adjust, and determine income and eligibility.

Focusing on the following three sections of HOTMA:

    • Section 102 – Income Reviews
    • Section 103 – Over-Income Tenants of Public Housing (in effect)
    • Section 104 – Asset Limitations


  • Identify regulatory changes in eligibility and annual income for applicants and participant families.
  • Understand where the program has changed
  • Determine Administrative Plan/ACOP Revisions to existing and new policies.
  • Update knowledge on what is considered income and what is excluded
  • Calculate rents and apply correct allowances at initial, new admission, interim, and annual re-examination.
  • Operationalize the phase-in and hardship clauses built within the changes to limit impacts on families.
  • Obtain knowledge on when to process interim re-examinations and determine the effective dates.
  • Refresh knowledge of the student rule.
  • Pre-emptively celebrate the end of EID, which is within two years of the final rule.
  • Apply the asset limits to your program at new admission and re-examinations.
  • Understand and apply the updated Income Limits in Public Housing
  • Uphold the HCV/PH program and regulations to the highest standards
  • Understand the impacts of HOTMA on their program
  • Apply the new HOTMA rules to their program
  • Process interim and annual re-examinations accurately
  • Maintain program compliance

Who Should Attend:

It is strongly recommended that individuals who have a strong background in HCV and Public Housing Programs attend this training. Specifically, this training is perfect for individuals who have taken NAHRO’s HCVOEIR or PHOEIR training in the past.  

NOTE: Prior to registering, please review NAHRO’s cancellation policy

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