RAD Successfully Winds Down RAP Legacy Program, Preserving 14,462 Affordable Homes, Saving Residents from Displacement. (Published January 23, 2020)
RAD Successfully Winds Down Rent Supp Legacy Program, Preserving More Than 13,000 Affordable Housing Homes, Saving Residents from Displacement. (Published February 13, 2019)
The Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) allows proven financing tools to be applied to at-risk public and assisted housing and has two components. RAD 2nd Component was created in order to give owners of HUD’s legacy programs: Rent Supplement, Rental Assistance Payment (RAP), Section 8 Moderate Rehabilitation, and Moderate Rehab Single Room Occupancy (SRO) funded by McKinney-Vento, the opportunity to enter into long-term contracts that facilitate the financing of improvements.
Owners may choose between two forms of long-term Section 8 Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) contracts: project-based vouchers (PBVs) or project-based rental assistance (PBRA).
For owners where contract expiration or termination has not yet occurred, an owner may enter into a 15-year PBV HAP with an eligible Public Housing Authority (PHA) or a 20-year PBRA HAP that will be administered by HUD’s Office of Housing.
For owners with contracts that have already expired or have been terminated and the issuance of Tenant Protection Vouchers (TPVs) has occurred on or after October 1, 2006, an owner may only enter into a 15-year PBV HAP with an eligible Public Housing Authority (PHA).
RAD's original authorizing statute established December 31, 2014 as the expiration date for HUD's RAD 2ndComponent conversion authority. The FY15 appropriations act enacted by Congress on December 11, 2014, made important improvements to the Rental Assistance Demonstration, including: