Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program
Landlord Task Force Events

HCV Landlord Participation Webinar Series

September 2018 PD&R Quarterly Market Update: Landlord Participation in the HCV Program


January 2020 Updates from HUD's Housing Choice Voucher Landlord Task Force


January 2020 Background and Introduction of HUD’s HCV Landlord Work


February 2022 HCV Utilization Webinar: Landlord Engagement


Webinar Series for the HCV Landlord Strategies Guidebook for PHAs

The Guidebook is available on the HUD Exchange.

April 2020: Education and Outreach Chapter

October 2020: Technology Chapter

April 2021: Inspections and Matching Local Rental Markets Chapters

June 2021: Partnerships and Monetary Incentives Chapters

November 2021: Landlord Focused Customer Service Chapter

Register now! April 7th, 2022 2-3:30 pm (ET) Making the Most of the HCV Landlord Strategies Guidebook for PHAs:  The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development invites you to participate in the final of a series of webinars on the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program. In this webinar, we will walk through the final published chapters of the HCV Landlord Strategies Guidebook and discuss how public housing agencies (PHAs) can use the Guidebook to improve the landlord experience with the HCV Program.  

HCV Landlord Symposia

Private market landlords are essential partners for successfully housing low-income families through the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program. As part of a larger effort to improve landlord participation and satisfaction with the HCV program, HUD began hosting periodical symposia events in the fall of 2019. While the ultimate goal of these symposia is to make it easier for HCV families to find housing that meets their needs and remain stably housed, the more immediate goals are (1) to provide opportunities for landlords, public housing agencies (PHAs), HUD, and other housing partners to connect, and (2) to provide current and relevant information and resources to landlords and PHAs.

Please note that while the Symposia require registration, they are public events and may include speakers outside of HUD. Therefore, the entirety of content and comments should not be interpreted as the HUD’s position on certain issues. If you have questions about a presentation or comment, please email it to landlordtaskforce@hud.gov.

If you have questions about these symposia, or if you’ve attended a symposium and have comments you’d like to share, please email HUD’s HCV Landlord Task Force at landlordtaskforce@hud.gov.

(NEW!) HCV Landlord Symposium Planning Toolkit - HUD released an HCV landlord symposium planning toolkit in February of 2021 to support PHAs and HUD field offices in facilitating their own local events. The toolkit includes a detailed planning guide and range of templates. Find the toolkit on the HUD Exchange

What’s next?

HUD is planning to host a virtual symposium in the summer or fall of 2022. Like prior symposia, it will have a geographic focus. Make sure your HUD field office and local PHA have your current contact information so they can send you important updates on the HCV program, including plans for future events.


Archive of HCV Landlord Symposia

Indianapolis – December 5, 2019: HUD’s first HCV landlord symposium


State of California – March 2nd – 4th, 2021: Virtual symposium for California landlords, PHAs, and VA administrators

Agenda
Session Materials and Recordings (Google Chrome is Preferred Browser to view these Presentation Materials.)

State of Nevada Virtual – November 2021 – February 2022: Three-part symposium for Nevada landlords, PHAs, and housing stakeholders

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Sessions 1 – Landlord Listening Sessions
  • Southern Nevada Housing Authority – Partial Recording (YouTube Video)
  • Rural Nevada Housing Authority and Reno Housing Authority – Partial Recording (YouTube Video)
Session 2 – Workshop for Nevada PHAs
  • This was a closed session for Nevada PHAs to receive technical assistance from HUD to improve landlord participation and satisfaction in their HCV programs.
Session 3 – Uniting Perspectives Across Nevada’s Landlords, PHAs, and Housing Stakeholders