Rocky AHMA and COVID-19

Rocky AHMA is committed to supporting our members during this difficult and unprecedented time. We are continuing to offer education online via live webinarsOn Demand Webinars and our Online HUD Basic and Advanced Occupancy Courses. We welcome your questions, input, and thoughts on what we can do to best meet your needs.  We are all in this together.  Please reach out via email or call 303-840-9803.  

Additional Resources

Coronavirus Information and Resources website:

Updated FAQ's from HUD -  Click here to open FAQ's

U.S. Department of Labor on Preparing Workplaces for Coronavirus


Annual and Interim Recertification Protocol during COVID-19 - signed.pdf

CDC Announcement on the Eviction Moratorium Extension

Biden-Harris Administration’s FACT SHEET on the Multi-Agency Eviction Moratorium

USDA’s Press Release on the recent CDC Eviction Moratorium Extension
Rocky AHMA's Basic and Advanced courses are designed for all affordable housing management staff required to use the HUD Handbook 4350.3. It is especially helpful for property/site managers and multifamily property management staff responsible for the leasing and occupancy aspects of the property. This Basic course is ideal for newly hired manager or those with no HUD experience as well as those needing a refresher course on the basics and the latest updates. The Advanced Course is designed for experienced affordable housing staff; it is particularly helpful for occupancy specialists and management staff.
  • 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 Combo: 
Members: $435              Non-Members: $635


FY 2021 HUD Income Limits

HUD released the Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 estimated Median Family Incomes (MFIs) and the FY 2021 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 2021 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 2021 Income Limits homepage on HUD User to access the query tool, data and documentation.


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