The Office of Multifamily Housing is improving the way it does business through the Multifamily for Tomorrow (MFT) transformation. Components of this initiative include workload sharing, digitization of property records, adopting industry best practices, and realigning the Multifamily Housing organizational structure. Details about MFT can be found at http://portal.hud.gov/hudportal/HUD?src=/transforming_hud/multifamily_transformation.
As part of the Western Region’s transformation, the department has consolidated operations of the Seattle Hub’s Multifamily into the San Francisco Multifamily Regional Center effective January 11th, 2016.
As the consolidation of the West Coast offices continues it is important that you know where to go to get your questions answered.
- If you are looking for low rent/subsidized apartment housing.
- If you are a resident of a HUD subsidized or insured apartment in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, or Washington, and have a question or complaint about the management of the property or the calculation of subsidy payments please look up your appropriate contact.
- If you are an owner or management agent of a HUD insured or subsidized multifamily property and have questions about HUD rents, transfers of ownership, reserve releases, or other HUD servicing actions please look up your HUD point of contact.
- If you are a lender or are inquiring about the status of a proposed or in-process HUD insured multifamily mortgage application please make an inquiry to the San Francisco Hub.
o Send applications for financing to West-MFApplicationIntake@hud.gov.
o Send requests for Concept Meetings to West-MFConceptMeetings@hud.gov
Finally, if you are still not sure where to direct your inquiry, please send an email depending on the State in which your property question or issue is located:
These mailboxes are read regularly and we strive to provide a reply within one business day of receiving your message.
HUD supports the development, rehabilitation and maintenance of multiple-unit affordable housing through FHA mortgage insurance programs. We provide capital grants to non-profits for the construction and support of affordable housing for the elderly and persons with disabilities.