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Welcome to NYAHMA


The New York Affordable Housing Management Association (NYAHMA) is a nonprofit association advocating quality communities and committed to fair housing. Our mission is to:

  • Provide quality technical and professional development education for agents, owners, staff and residents.
  • Interface actively with HUD and other regulatory agencies to address relevant topics/issues
  • Disseminate pertinent information to members on legal, legislative and regulatory issues.
  • Encourage members, as needed, to be proactive on critical issues.

We Promote Communities of Quality


Council Member Mark Levine, in partnership with HPD, will hold a building owners' resource fair on November 4th at 6:30 pm, at Amalgamated Bank, 564 West 125th St. (by Old Broadway). The fair will have representatives from HPD, DOB, DEP, ConEd, Enterprise, etc. and will also have a "helpdesk" – a resource to connect small building owners with financial advisors to help them tap into available financing. The fair is organized so that building owners (of all sizes) will have the opportunity to interact directly with government and utilities companies' representatives about their specific building and their issues.

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HUD's Water Wednesdays

To help HUD project officers and HUD grantees incorporate water efficiency into their programs and projects, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's WaterSense® program is co-hosting "Water Wednesdays," a webinar series that will provide information about tools and resources that help public, low-income, and multi-family housing managers save water, energy and money. For more information about the series, visit www.epa.gov/watersense/hudwebinars.

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NYAHMA's Educational Seminar on Monitoring & Clearing Building Violations
Katie Bukofzer of HPD and Jonathan Fertel, VP of Client Services, SiteCompli to discussed the monitoring and clearing of building violations.

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DOB Adopts Rule for Retaining Wall Inspections

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Earlier Filing Deadline for RPIE Statements Starts in 2014

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Owner Self-Service - Section 8 Information at Your Fingertips

Sign up today for the New York City Housing Authority's (NYCHA) newly-improved Section 8 Landlord Extranet where owners can self-service their Section 8 portfolios. The Extranet por¬tal provides 24-hour access to information about Section 8 tenants, payments, and service requests. Registering allows you to:

  • Sign up and manage your direct deposit;
  • View check register and payment history;
  • Submit lease renewal requests online;
  • Track status of service requests and Certification of Completed Repairs (NE-2 form);
  • View tenant profile information, including inspection results, lease information, and rent shares;
  • Receive inspection notices and print Certification of Completed Repairs (NE-2 form);
  • List available Section 8 unit rentals; and
  • Change a mailing address.

Enroll online today. Visit NYCHA's website at www.nyc.gov/nycha.



The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is notifying the public today that it will close its offices nationwide on Friday, May 24th as a result of government-wide automatic spending cuts that took effect on March 1, 2013. Absent any action to overcome these required reductions, the Department anticipates the need to close and suspend operations for an additional six days over the remainder of the current fiscal year.

The closures are expected on:

  • Friday, May 24th
  • Friday, June 14th
  • Friday, July 5th
  • Monday, July 22nd
  • Friday, August 2nd
  • Friday, August 16th
  • Friday, August 30th

Breaking News: OAHP Update
on the RAD Program

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Delton Nichols address the NAYHMA attendees on the updates on REAC and does a Q&A from Washington


National and NY HUD Staff to Present Sandy Recovery Information

Held on Wednesday, December 5th 2012

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from this event


Sustaining Our Investments

Sustaining Our Investments (SOI) is the Department of Housing and Urban Development's response to the changing multifamily housing market. This initiative will help build internal capabilities and provide clarity to the HUD staff on they will prioritize workloads in the multifamily asset management responsibilities. New tools are being introduced to classify the different risks to the HUD portfolio and identify where the most immediate attention is needed.

Over the next eight weeks, project managers in the New York State Office will be participating in four, one-half day learning forums and several one hour follow-up sessions. Although they may not be able to respond to your requests /calls the same day due to the training schedules, in the long run, this will benefit you as property owners and agents. Project managers will be able to focus on high priority properties and assist owners and agents in addressing the risks and root causes of the problems. Addressing the problems earlier rather than later will reduce delinquencies, defaults, and claims on the insurance fund.

We look forward to continuing the partnership that we have had and anticipate even better communication and responsiveness in the future.




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Starting in July 2012 the City of New York will not be renewing any triennial number 6 permits when they are due for renew. The City would like those buildings to switch to natural gas. In an effort to encourage this switch, the City has accumulated a list of 500 buildings that, at very little cost or no cost to the utility, can hook up to natural gas. Is your building on this list?

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Over the past several years HUD's New York Multifamily Hub and NYAHMA have been working together to improve conditions for Owners and Managers and the New York HUD Office. NYAHMA gives insight to HUD of the concerns of Owners and Managers. I think the partnership has been working. Lately, HUD has issued many notifications and other important information. The HUD local Office gets frustrated when their information is returned. HUD would like to communicate this important information by email which is the way the world works now. So in a sprit of cooperation NYAHMA is asking all its members and non-members to update their Active Partners Performance System (APPS) profile to include an email address. Unfortunately, this is the only vehicle that HUD can work through to forward you important information. As an Owner and/or Manager HUD would like you to be informed with any information that HUD is sending out. This is especially true if there is a transfer of ownership or change in management agent. Please let HUD work for you more efficiently and review your APPS profile to make the necessary updates. This should be a matter of routine.

Thanking you in advance
Gregory J Carlson Executive Director
New York Affordable Housing Management Association NYAHMA

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NYAHMA Breakfast Briefing
Tue, September 13, 2016
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