Habitability Issues in HUD Housing

Class recorded September 1, 2022

This class will provide basic information and resources about how the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) handles complaints of habitability issues in HUD housing. “Habitability” is a legal term that means that housing is fit to live in. The instructor will explain HUD rules and regulations on habitability in HUD housing, and will share general resources for the public on habitability issues in HUD housing.

Presented by:
Natalie M. Atallah, Attorney-Advisor, Los Angeles Field Office, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (https://www.hud.gov/)

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