Funding Agency

HUD - Multifamily Housing Neighborhood Networks


Funding Agency

Department of Housing & Urban Development


Federal Agency

Office of Multifamily Housing

Agency Overview

HUD’s Office of Multifamily Housing performs the following activities:

  • Administer the FHA Multifamily mortgage insurance programs and perform quality assurance for the underwriting of FHA Insured Mortgages.
  • Oversee Risk Sharing Programs for FHA-Insured Multifamily Loans including program compliance by participating Housing Finance Agencies and the Government Sponsored Enterprises.
  • Perform asset management and portfolio oversight of the multifamily housing projects and mortgages developed under the Department's Multifamily Mortgage Insurance, Risk Sharing, Direct Loan and Capital Grant programs; assess portfolio and program performance and coordination with the Assessment Center, Enforcement Center, and Section 8 Financial Processing Center.
  • Ensure service to project-based rental subsidy programs operating in multifamily housing projects that are either insured, noninsured, direct loans, or financed with HUD Grants.
  • Preserve properties and affordability by restructuring rents and mortgages through such programs as the Rental Assistance Demonstration program and Senior Preservation Rental Assistance Contracts.

Program Name

HUD - Multifamily Housing Neighborhood Networks


Program Overview

Neighborhood Networks establishes multi-service community technology centers that bring digital opportunity and lifelong learning to low- and moderate-income residents living in HUD housing.

Agency Contact

Dina Lehman-Kim, (202) 402-2430, Dina.Lehmann-Kim@hud.gov

Program Purpose
  • Broadband Adoption
  • Digital Skills Training
  • Public Computer Access
Eligible Recipients
  • Other

Agency Contact

Dina Lehman-Kim, (202) 402-2430, Dina.Lehmann-Kim@hud.gov

FY2020 Funding Amount

No funds were appropriated specifically for Neighborhood Networks.

Brief Program Description

Neighborhood Networks establishes multi-service community technology centers that bring digital opportunity and lifelong learning to low- and moderate-income residents living in HUD housing.

Agency
  • Department of Housing and Urban Development

Funding Name HUD - Multifamily Housing Neighborhood Networks

Funding Image

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