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Program Guidance, Waivers, and Notices In Response to Hurricane Katrina

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Housing

 -   Waiver of resale restrictions in disaster areas   09/2005    10/2007
 -   ML 06-21 Extends the foreclosure moratorium
 -   ML 06-18 Extends the foreclosure moratorium
 -   ML 06-10 Grants special authority for use of deed-in-lieu to assist victims
 -   ML 06-05 Extends the foreclosure moratorium
 -   ML 06-01 Provides underwriting guidance to accomodate victims
 -   Mortgagee Letter 2005-33 reminds lenders of ninety (90) day foreclosure moratorium
 -   Mortgagee Letter 2005-41 contains information for FHA-approved lenders
 -   Mortgagee Letter 2005-45 extends foreclosure moratorium
 -   Mortgagee Letter 2005-46 establishes the FHA Mortgage Assistance Initiative
 -   Clarification of Multifamily Disaster Notice H 04-22 and Additional Guidance
 -   Multifamily Housing Guidance for Disaster Recovery
 -   Memo to FHA-approved lenders

Ginnie Mae

 -   Memo to GNMA participants

Community Planning and Development

 -   CPD waivers

Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity

 -   Guidance on the Housing for Older Persons Act

Public & Indian Housing

 -   PIH Administrative Final Waivers for Katrina Relief
 -   Katrina Checklist - Regulatory Suspension Notifications and Waiver Requests
 -   PIH Administrative Waivers for Rita
 -   Rita Checklist - Regulatory Suspension Notifications and Waiver Requests
 -   Public Housing's Hurricane Katrina Verification of Family Assistance Form

Labor Relations

 -   Davis-Bacon requirements reinstated effective 11/8/05
 -   Davis-Bacon requirements suspended for certain areas 9/8/05 through 11/7/05
 
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