Uniform Relocation Act Back to Basics for Federal / Federally Funded Multifamily Projects
Owner/Agents and developers of multifamily housing, how well do you understand the requirements of the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Act of 1970 (URA or Uniform Relocation Act), the federal law passed by Congress in 1970? URA affords protections and benefits to residents that are displaced by projects or programs that are funded with federal assistance.
Join Vinnie Viola, principal of Birch Island Real Estate Consulting, LLC, and Amanda Lee Gross, Housing Compliance Trainer at E & A Team, Inc. for a 60-minute back to basics training on the URA. By attending this webinar, attendees will be able to answer the following questions:
- Applicability of the URA – Does the URA apply to my project?
- Notice Requirements – What type of notices need to be issued to tenants and applicants, what does not the notice need to say, and when do the notices needed to be issued?
- Displaced Tenants – Who is considered a displaced tenant? How do I determine if the displacement is permanent or temporary?
- Moving Expenses – Which tenants are entitled to moving expenses, and what type of expenses does this include?
- Rental Housing Payments – Which tenants are entitled to Rental Housing Payments are how are these
- Section 104 (d) – What are Section 104 (d) requirements, which projects does 104 (d) apply to, and what are the differences between Section 104 (d) and the URA.