TITLE 47: HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
CHAPTER II: ILLINOIS HOUSING DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
PART 380 RENTAL HOUSING SUPPORT PROGRAM
SECTION 380.406 ADMINISTRATION OF ALLOCATIONS


 

Section 380.406  Administration of Allocations

 

a)         Commitment:  Each LAA shall enter into a Commitment with the Agency that is providing its Allocation; the Allocation may be less than the amount requested in the Application.  The term of Commitments may be one, two or three years, subject to the availability of funds from an Appropriation or a Fund Distribution, and may be renewed.

 

b)         Record Retention:  Each LAA shall maintain records in connection with all Units receiving Rental Assistance under the LAA's Commitment for five years after the date of termination of the Commitment.

 

c)         Agency Monitoring:  Each Agency shall have the right to monitor all records of LAAs relating to the administration of the Allocation granted by the Agency.  Each Agency may perform its own physical inspection of Units in addition to the physical inspections that the LAA is required to perform.  Each LAA shall make all records relating to its Commitment available for inspection by the funding Agency upon the Agency's request.  The required documentation may include a copy of the LAA's response to the RFP, if applicable; all physical inspection records; occupancy records for all Units; a description of all outreach efforts made by the LAA; records of payments or Rental Assistance to Landlords and Reconciliation payments made to the Agency; copies of contracts with Landlords, the Agency and, where applicable, sub-contractors; documentation of the LAA's administrative expenses; and any other documentation required by the Agency.

 

d)         Tenant Income Certifications:  Each LAA shall obtain, maintain, and forward to the Agency annual Tenant Income Certifications for all Tenants benefiting from Rental Assistance from the LAA. 

 

e)         Landlord Procedures:  Each LAA shall be responsible for monitoring the Landlord's compliance with its Tenant Selection Plan and the Landlord's performance in certifying and recertifying Tenants' Annual Income, including verification of all family income and assets, family characteristics and other factors that may affect a Tenant's eligibility or level of assistance.