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Case Studies

HUD produces numerous RAD case studies to help inform public housing and affordable housing providers as to the benefits of RAD. These case studies shine a spotlight on numerous types of RAD conversions that have closed successfully, and successfully preserved housing for low-income tenants.

Here are the case studies published to date:

  • NEW! Lavonia, GA leveraging RAD's increased income predictability and reduced regulatory burdens to positively impact the stability and operations of small PHAs.
  • Boulder, CO combining RAD, MTW, LIHTCs and Section 18 Demo-Dispositions to deliver high-impact housing and resident opportunity enhancements.
  • Ann Arbor, MI where a portfolio conversion improved the homes and lives of its residents.
  • Sharswood/Blumberg, PA used the RAD program to jump start their comprehensive Choice Neighborhoods Initiative (CNI) Planning Grant housing strategy.
  • Long Beach, CA where RAD is used to serve veterans and seniors.
  • Macon-Bibb County, GA, pioneers of the RAD program.
  • Elgin, IL, where resident seniors and persons-with-disabilities are active in the cause.
  • Fresno, CA, where public housing facing substantial capital needs used RAD as a means to finance the rehabilitation of multiple developments.
  • DeKalb, GA, where resident engagement was the key to the success of a large portfolio's conversion to RAD.
  • Lexington, KY, used innovating financing and residential engagement to successfully execute substantial rehabilitation.
  • Lexington, NC, financed substantial rehabilitation of its entire portfolio.
  • Ilion, NY, where a small PHA successfully leveraged private financing.
  • Franklin, VA, who did a full RAD conversion of a small PHA portfolio.
  • Southern Nevada, where the PHA was able to convert to RAD on a tight deadline.
  • Montgomery County, MD showcased how to convert to RAD in a high-cost area.
  • Haverhill, MA used the second component of RAD to preserve housing created under Section 236.
  • Cambridge, MA combined RAD with the Moving to Work program to preserve affordable housing.
  • Broward County, FL utilized effective resident engagement to proceed through the RAD process.