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Resources by Topic: Property Management

Products related managing supportive housing, including tenant screening and selection procedures, lease and lease enforcement issues, reasonable accommodations for tenants with disabilities, safety and security protocols, and property maintenance.

  Resource Title Date Completed Abstract
Non-Governmental Organization icon Toolkit for Developing and Operating Supportive Housing Mar 2006 This toolkit is intended for Supportive Housing Program (SHP) providers seeking tools and information on planning, developing, and operating permanent supportive housing proje....  More
Non-Governmental Organization icon Supportive Housing Property Management Operations Manual Sep 2003 How-to Manual for supportive housing property management operations  More
HUD icon Supportive Housing Development and Management: Coordinating Property Management and Social Services in Supportive Housing (Curriculum and Handouts) Jan 2003 This six-hour training curriculum is intended for training supportive housing service providers about the relationship between property management and supportive services. It....  More
HUD icon Enhancing Shelter Plus Care Operations Jan 2001 This resource is intended for Shelter Plus Care (S+C) program operators seeking advice about effective S+C program management. The booklet includes general information on the....  More
Non-Governmental Organization icon Family Matters: A Guide to Developing Family Supportive Housing Jan 2001 This manual is intended for service providers and housing developers seeking guidance on developing permanent supportive housing for chronically homeless families. It includes....  More
HUD icon Not A Solo Act: Creating Successful Partnerships to Develop & Operate Supportive Housing Jan 1997 This manual is intended for nonprofit supportive housing sponsors seeking guidance on creating partnerships with other organizations. It includes information on typical owners....  More
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