Proposed Removal Action

All Required HUD Forms
& Addendums

Requirement Notes

Inventory Removal Application

(.pdf) (.doc)

Required for all SAC applications

Section 18 Demolition and/or Disposition Application

(.pdf) (.doc)

Required for all disposition and/or demolition applications

Section 18 Demolition and/or Disposition application based on Physical Obsolescence*

(.pdf) (.xls)

This form includes Section 18 Total Development Cost (TDC) and Rehab Cost Estimate Addendum, required for all removals under physical obsolscence

Section 32 Homeownership Application

(.pdf) (.doc)

Required for all Homeownership applications

Section 33 Required Conversion Application

(.pdf) (.doc)

Required for all Conversion applications

Section 22 Voluntary Conversion Application

(.pdf) (.doc)

Required for all Voluntary Conversion

Eminent Domain Application

(.pdf) (.doc)

Required for Eminent Domain applications

Part 200 Retention Application

(.pdf) (.doc)

Required for all Retentions under 2 CFR 200.311

Notification of Future ACC Development / Public Housing Closeout


Required for the removal of all remaining public housing units and future ACC unit development

*Not required for Section 18 de minimis demolitions.

**Required when a PHA wishes to enter into a settlement agreement in lieu of a court proceeding with a Taking Body after the Taking Body has taken the first step to condemn public housing).


Proposed Removal Action

HUD Tool


Section 33 Conversion or
Section 22 Conversion*

Cost Comparison Spreadsheet (MS-Excel) (conversions)

Spreadsheet to assist in the cost comparison of Public Housing vs. HCV for all Conversion applications (not SVC).

Section 18 Disposition and/or Demolition application based on Physical Obsolescence

Total Development Cost
(TDC) Limits
(2023) (2022) (2021) (2020) (2019) (2018) (2017) (2016) (2015)

The 0-3 Year Rehab Cost Estimate year must match the same year of the TDC used. HUD TDC charts are for dwelling units with 0-6 bedrooms and TDC varies by locality (i.e., nearest City) and structure type (i.e., detached/semi-detached, row house, walkup, elevator).

Section 32 Homeownership Helpful Tools

Tools to put together a Homeownership Plan and Section 32 application



Guides to Repositioning

Guide for Medium/Large PHAs

(251+ public housing units)

Guide for Small PHAs

(51 - 250 public housing units)


Guide for Very Small PHAs

(50 or fewer public housing units)



Guidance for Housing Finance Agencies (HFA's) and PHA's Ground Leases and Purchase Options to establish LIHTC Site Control

Public Housing Closeout FAQs (March 2022)

Repositioning Options: Summary of Key Characteristics

This chart compares the key program characteristics of each main repositioning option, from eligibility for TPVs to impact on Faircloth

Choice Neighborhoods: Repositioning & Beyond

This document provides information about developing mixed-income housing through Choice Neighborhoods grants

Common Repositioning Financing Sources​

This document provides a list of common financing sources that PHAs may want to consider when conducting rehabilitation or new development

Community Supportive Services (CSS) Programs and Repositioning​

This chart provides information about the impact various repositioning strategies have on CSS programs and participants

DDTF and ARF Summary​

This chart explains some of the key elements of Demolition Disposition Transition Fees (DDTF) and Asset Repositioning Fees (ARF)

Energy Performance Contracts (EPC) and SAC Application

This document provides information about requirements related to EPC debt when PHAs propose to remove units from the public housing inventory through SAC applications (i.e., demolition, disposition, voluntary conversion)

Determining Capital Needs

This document is intended to help PHA understand the differences between a RAD Capital Needs Assessment and a Section 18 Physical Needs Assessment

Environmental Reviews for Non-RAD Repositioning

An introduction to the environmental review requirements for non-RAD repositioning

Establishing an Owner Entity

This document provides information on establishing a separate legal entity (owner entity) to further a PHA’s repositioning goals

Faircloth FAQs

This document provides answers to frequently asked questions regarding PHA’s Faircloth Limit

How PHAs Can Leverage Partnerships with Housing Finance Agencies

This memo encourages PHAs to engage with their state HFAs

Pensions and Administrative Considerations

This document provides tips for PHAs to consider when analyzing their pension and administrative costs as part of their repositioning strategy

Repositioning and Public Housing Funds

This document provides answers to frequently asked questions regarding the use of Public Housing Funds for repositioning

Repositioning for Residents

This document provides answers to frequently asked questions that Public Housing residents may have regarding repositioning