HUD meetings set on Section 8 issues

Meisler, Dan
May 1999
Bond Buyer;05/05/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30634, p6
Trade Publication
Discloses the plans of the United States Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to start a series of meetings to discuss Section 8 housing, the prevention of opt-outs by current owners and mark-to-market initiative. Slated discussions on HUD's 2020 Multifamily Service Centers.


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