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The HUD HQS apply to:
Current HQS regulations consist of ___ key aspects of housing quality, performance requirements, and acceptability criteria to meet each performance requirement.
The written plan for each PHA that establishes local policies for administration of the program in accordance with HUD requirements is:
The _________ specify the type and frequency of inspections, owner and family responsibilities, and Public Housing Authority responsibilities to enforce the HQS
Each PHA is allowed to differentiate from the HUD HQS as long as they remain within federal limits.
The ______ also identifies HQS performance standards and acceptability criteria as well as some general discussion of the HQS inspection process and procedures.
The two approved HUD inspection forms are:
The three parties involved in the inspection process are:
An ADA inspection refers to the Americans with Disabilities Act, which___________.
HQS represent the __________ that a unit must meet to receive assistance under the program.
The inspector is completely responsible for resolving conflicts between owners and participating families concerning their respective responsibilities under the program.
Each PHA may ________ HQS.
Annual inspections are always required.
Complaint inspections must be conducted within 24 hours.
If a unit fails inspection, the responsible party has ___ days to make necessary repairs to any failed items that are not considered emergency fail items.
After initial inspection, each until must pass inspection within 730 days.
Emergency fail items include:
Supervisory or Quality Control inspections may be conducted by:
A quality control inspection includes units that have been inspected within:
The PHA may choose to allow the owner to certify in writing that the necessary repairs identified at the time of the______ inspection have been made.
If a HAP contract is terminated due to landlord non-compliance, the tenant is responsible for 100% of the rent if they remain in the unit.
If the reason identified for a complaint inspection is not an emergency HQS fail item, the item will be inspected during the next biennial inspection.
In the case where a unit has failed a/an__________ inspection, the PHA may choose to allow the owner to certify in writing that the necessary repairs identified at the time of the annual inspection have been made.
Owner certification is not allowed in the case of units that have failed ____ inspection.
Initial inspections should be scheduled within ___ days of the completed RTA.
The inspector should complete the inspection within a ___ day calendar period.
Each item rated as “inconclusive” by the inspector requires the inspector to question the family about the item.
Turnover inspections ____ required.
If the payment was abated due to non-compliance of HQS by the landlord, the PHA may retro pay the landlord once the deficiencies have been corrected.
What is the purpose of a special or complaint inspection?
For biennial inspections that fail, the PHA will stop payment to the landlord ___________.
_______ inspections are not required.
The inspector has the option to choose to conduct a complaint inspection that same day if notified while in the field.
For supervisory inspections, the units inspected should be:
The inspection scheduler should schedule re-inspections based on notification from the family that the repairs were completed.
To minimize travel time, inspections should be scheduled:
The inspector _____ required to “trip” circuit breakers to identify shorted outlets or light fixtures.
Comments are required on the inspection form:
Conditional pass of units is allowed as long as an Owner Certification is done.
The PHA can charge the owner for the inspection:
The PHA ____ conduct an inspection of a unit at the time that the family moves out of an assisted unit.
The participating family is not required to continue making payments to the owner for their share of the rent if the owner is abated for non-compliance.
_______ is the tool created by HUD to measure PHA performance and assign ratings.
The Section Eight Management Assessment Program is used to:
A written method to determine that the rent to owner is reasonable, based on current rents for comparable unassisted units is:
______ measures whether or not newly leased units pass HQS inspection before the beginning date of the assisted lease and HAP Contract.
This indicator measures whether or not a PHA supervisor, or other qualified person, re-inspects a sample of units during the PHA fiscal year.
______ measures whether or not the PHA takes prompt and vigorous action to enforce the owner and family obligations.
This indicator measures whether or not the PHA inspects each unit under HAP Contract within 730 calendar days of the initial inspection pass date or the date of the last inspection.
There are ___ SEMAP indicators that relate directly or indirectly to the HQS function at PHAs.
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