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This page shows the organization’s current status for the MTW statutory requirement to serve substantially the same number of households that would have been served absent the MTW designation. For more information see PIH-2013-02
This page shows the organization’s current MTW voucher utilization metrics. For more information on the voucher program, see Housing Choice Vouchers Factsheet.
Definition of Terms
Leased: includes all households who are active on the voucher program, households transitioning from one unit with a voucher to a different unit with a voucher are also included under leased
Searching: includes all households newly admitted to the voucher program and searching for a unit
Capacity: the current number of vouchers the organization has the capacity to support
Landlords: the current count of unique landlords receiving housing assistance payments through the MTW voucher program
Per Unit Cost (PUC): average amount of dollars spent in housing assistance for a utilized voucher
This page shows a summary of the organization’s current MTW housing inventory. It includes our current contracted public housing units and local non-traditional (LNT) housing units developed or preserved under MTW. In addition, the organization has capacity to offer new public housing units and plans to add additional LNT units in the near future. For more information on local non-traditional housing, see PIH-2011-45. For more information on Faircloth Limit, see Faircloth Limit FAQs.
As a MTW designed public housing authority (PHA), the organization has the ability to combine funds from traditional sources including public housing operating subsidy, public housing capital fund grants, HCV Block Grant funding, and public housing rents and use these funds in flexible ways to meet the community’s local housing needs. This page shows our current MTW reserves or savings and the organization’s commitments of those funds and the amount of obligated funds.
Committed: Funds are committed consistent with the organization’s annual MTW Plans and Board Approved budgets.
Obligated: Funds are obligated when there is a binding agreement such as an executed contract or purchase/service order that obligates the funds. For MTW eligible activities (ie, resident services and operations), pursuant to the MTW Agreement, a contract is not necessary and a Board Resolution is the obligating document.