Rocky Mountain Heartland AHMA has Expanded

The RMH-AHMA family has grown! We are excited to announce that our region has expanded from our original six states of Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota and North Dakota to also include the states of Kansas, Missouri, Iowa and Nebraska! We look forward to serving the new states in our region and meeting new friends and colleagues.


Rocky AHMA is offering two courses for the price of one. When you purchase an Online Basic or Advanced HUD Occupancy Training we will send you an additional link for free within 24 hours! In addition, if you purchase the Bundle Package we will send you a second Bundle Package at no additional cost! 
  • The links never expire until activated upon which time you have 14 days to complete the course.
  • The Basic Course is a great learning tool for managers new to the industry.
  • The Advanced Course is geared towards more experienced managers ready for the next stage of learning
Basic or Advanced Course:
Members: $259
Non-Members: $359
Basic & Advanced Bundle: 
Members: $435       Non-Members: $635




Onboarding training can be a long process to ensure your staff are ready to take on their new roles in HUD property Management. Rocky AHMA has put together a New Hire Package to help ensure new employees are prepared for their new roles and responsibilities. 

Included in this package:

  • Introduction to Affordable Housing Webinar (Value $99)
  • EIV Basics Webinar ($99 Value)
  • Fair Housing Basics ($99)
  • Online HUD Basic Occupancy Training Course ($259 Value)

Registration Rate for Members: $449
Total Savings of $107 


2023 OCAF Notice

HUD published Notice establishing the 2023 Operating Cost Adjustment Factors (OCAFs) for project-based assistance contracts issued under Section 8 of the United States Housing Act of 1937 and renewed under MAHRA for eligible multifamily housing projects having an anniversary date on or after February 11, 2023. HUD is also soliciting public input on two proposed technical changes to its OCAF calculation method.


FY 2022 HUD Income Limits

HUD released the Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 estimated Median Family Incomes (MFIs) and the FY 2022 Income Limits. MFIs are used as the basis for income limits in several HUD programs, including the Public Housing, Section 8 project-based, Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher, Section 202 housing for the elderly, and Section 811 housing for persons with disabilities programs.

HUD also released the FY 2022 Multifamily Tax Subsidy Project (MTSP) Income Limits, which are used to determine eligibility for low-income housing tax credit and tax-exempt bond properties.

Visit the FY 2022 Income Limits homepage on HUD User to access the query tool, data and documentation.