SECTION 202 AND SECTION 811- DEVELOPMENT TEAM REFERENCE GUIDE
For Project Development and Preservation
Richard Silverblatt Associates, Inc.
How to use the Guide
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On the Welcome (Home) Page, click on "What's New in the Guide" to find out quickly recent changes
and particularly new information from HUD that may be of importance to you. Links are provided
directly to referenced items in this section.
"Description of Section 202 and 811 Programs" includes a synopsis of the major elements of the two
programs and a brief outline of the evolution of the programs to date.
"Milestones" includes the sequence of key Section 202 or Section 811 project development steps.
Click on any milestone to read a description of that stage in the process and what is required by HUD
to complete it in order to reach the next phase.
"Preservation" includes actions that the Owner and the project management team can take to keep
the project economically stable and well maintained.
"Resources" includes various types of documents that you will need to refer to as applications are
developed and as the project advances through processing.
"Forms" lists all of the required forms that are available in the Guide. New York Office Staff Contacts
provides an organization chart with the names and phone numbers of the key staff contacts at the
New York HUD office. A key feature included under Resources is the "Practical Guide," a glossary of
terms as they are used in the 202/811 process.
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HUD applications require the completion of many forms. The forms included here are "fillable"
except where noted. The forms are in a PDF (portable document file) format which means that in
order to have access to the forms, you must have Acrobat Reader, available free of charge at
www.adobe.com. The Guide also has annotated many of the forms, providing recommendations on
how to complete them.
Forms are accessible throughout the Guide and are distributed according to the task or milestone at
hand. For example, under Milestones at left or in the Flow Chart above, click on Initial Closing, then
scroll down and click on either of the sites under Documents to be submitted to view the forms
required by HUD. To view and download forms "on the fly," click on Forms on the Resources menu to
the left of your screen.
If you see a yellow comment on the form, double click on it for information that is required in that
particular box or space. If you are printing out a form which is in a PDF format, you must click on
"File," then "Print." Click on the "Comment" box on the Print screen to remove the check in that box
before printing the form; otherwise the comments will appear on the printed form.
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