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Multifamily for Tomorrow (MFT) Transformation

By 2016 the Office of Multifamily Housing (MFH) will complete a transformation of the way we work from a 1970s operating model to a 21st-century model that applies industry best practices, improves our ability to manage risk and deliver excellent customer service, and increases accountability and national consistency. This new model will better align our organization with other areas of HUD and offer our people clearer roles and new opportunities. The transformation involves four initiatives:

Overview of Multifamily's Five New Regions


  1. Southwest Region: Fort Worth (Regional Center) and Kansas City (Regional Satellite Office)
    (Asset Management: Albuquerque, Des Moines, Houston, Little Rock, New Orleans, Oklahoma City, Omaha, St. Louis, San Antonio, Shreveport, Tulsa)
  2. Midwest Region: Chicago (Regional Center), Detroit, and Minneapolis (Regional Satellite Offices)
    (Asset Management: Cleveland, Columbus, Indianapolis, Milwaukee)
  3. Southeast Region:: Atlanta (Regional Center) and Jacksonville (Regional Satellite Office)
    (Asset Management: Birmingham, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Columbia, Greensboro, Jackson, Knoxville, Louisville, Miami, Nashville)
  4. Northeast Region: New York (Regional Center) Boston, and Baltimore (Regional Satellite Offices)
    (Asset Management: Buffalo, Charleston, Hartford, Manchester, Newark, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Providence, Richmond, Washington)
  5. West Region: San Francisco (Regional Center) and Denver (Regional Satellite Office)
    (Asset Management: Honolulu, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Phoenix)

    *Offices in the existing Seattle regional center will become part of the Office of Healthcare Programs


Hud Transformation to the 21st Century