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Federal Housing Administration (FHA) Healthcare Facility Documents: Proposed Revisions and Updates and Notice of Information Collection

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Consistent with the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (PRA), HUD is publishing for public comment a comprehensive set of closing and other documents used in connection with transactions involving healthcare facilities (excluding hospitals) that are insured pursuant to section 232 of the National Housing Act (Section 232). In addition to meeting PRA requirements, this notice seeks public comment for the purpose of enlisting input from the lending industry and other interested parties in the development, updating, and adoption of a set of instruments (collectively, healthcare facility documents) that offer the requisite protection to all parties in these FHA-insured mortgage transactions, consistent with modern real estate and mortgage lending laws and practices. The healthcare facility documents, which are the subject of this notice, can be viewed on HUD's Web site: HUD is also publishing today a proposed rule that will submit for public comment certain revisions to FHA's Section 232 regulations for the purpose of ensuring consistency between the program regulations and the revised healthcare facility documents.


Comment Due Date: July 2, 2012.


Interested persons are invited to submit comments regarding this proposed rule. Communications must refer to the above docket number and title. There are two methods for submitting public comments:

1. Submission of Comments by Mail. Comments may be submitted by mail to the Regulations Division, Office of General Counsel, Department of Housing and Urban Development, 451 7th Street SW., Room 10276, Washington, DC 20410-0500.

2. Electronic Submission of Comments. Comments may be submitted electronically through the Federal eRulemaking Portal at HUD strongly encourages commenters to submit comments electronically. Electronic submission of comments allows the commenter maximum time to prepare and submit a comment, ensures timely receipt by HUD, and enables HUD to make them immediately available to the public. Comments submitted electronically through the Web site can be viewed by other commenters and interested members of the public. Commenters should follow the instructions provided on that site to submit comments electronically.


To receive consideration as public comments, comments must be submitted through one of the two methods specified above. Again, all submissions must refer to the docket number and title of the rule.

No Facsimile Comments. Facsimile (fax) comments are not acceptable.

Public Inspection of Public Comments. All properly submitted comments and communications submitted to HUD will be available for public inspection and copying between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays at the above address. Due to security measures at the HUD Headquarters building, an appointment to review the public comments must be scheduled in advance by calling the Regulations Division at 202-708-3055 (this is not a toll-free number). Individuals with speech or hearing impairments may access this number via TTY by calling the Federal Relay Service at 800-877-8339. Copies of all comments submitted are available for inspection and downloading at


For policy questions contact: John M. Hartung, Director, Policy and Risk Management Division, Office of Residential Care Facilities, Office of Healthcare Programs, Office of Housing, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1222 Spruce Street, Room 3.203, St. Louis, MO 63103-2836; telephone (314) 418-5238 (this is not a toll-free number). Persons with hearing or speech disabilities may access this number through TTY by calling the toll-free Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339.

For legal questions contact: Millie Potts, Acting Associate General Counsel, Office of the General Counsel, Room 9230, Department of Housing and Urban Development, 451 Seventh Street SW., Washington, DC 20410-0500; telephone (202) 708-1274 (this is not a toll-free number). Persons with hearing or speech disabilities may access this number through TTY by calling the toll-free Federal Information Relay Service at (800) 877-8339.


I. Background and Overview

The issuance of this notice is modeled on the public review and input process that HUD utilized in the updating of its multifamily rental project closing documents. On May 2, 2011, at 76 FR 24363, HUD published a notice announcing HUD's completion of the updates to the multifamily rental project closing documents. The update of HUD's multifamily rental project closing documents involved substantial review of proposed changes to those documents and the opportunity for considerable public comment. Building on the experience of that process, including the changes made to the multifamily rental project closing documents, HUD has revised its healthcare facility documents to utilize, as appropriate, the updated multifamily documents while also developing standardized healthcare facility-specific documents as necessary. This notice solicits comments on this revised set of healthcare facility documents.

The revised healthcare facility documents can be viewed at: All of the documents that are the subject of this notice are listed in the Paperwork Reduction Act table found in Section III of this notice. Where healthcare facility documents are based on updated multifamily rental project closing documents, the healthcare facility documents, in addition to being presented in an unmarked format, are presented in redline/strikeout format so that the reviewer can see the changes proposed to be made to the multifamily rental project closing documents in order to make the documents applicable to healthcare facility transactions. Where proposed healthcare facility documents are based on existing healthcare facility documents, the proposed healthcare facility documents, in addition to being presented in an unmarked format, are also presented in redline/strikeout format so that the reviewer can see the changes proposed to the existing healthcare facility documents. Summaries of the major changes to some of the principal documents follow. Where capitalized terms are used, such terms refer to the titles of documents or defined terms in the documents.

The requirements for commitment and endorsement of a mortgage note are provided in HUD's regulations primarily at 24 CFR part 200, subpart A; 24 CFR part 232, and including, in particular, cross-references to general eligibility requirements for the FHA multifamily housing insurance programs in 24 CFR part 207. HUD's regulations provide that where specific documents are referenced in the regulations such documents shall be in a form as prescribed by HUD. The regulations also specify other program requirements that are reflected in the proposed documents. In order to ensure consistency between applicable program regulations and the proposed updated documents, revisions to certain of these regulations will be the subject of a proposed rule that HUD will soon be publishing.

II. Summary of Changes to Selected HUD Healthcare Facility Documents

As detailed more fully below, the overall contractual framework, as set forth in the proposed revised documents, clarifies current policies, and strengthens HUD's oversight. For example, although HUD has always taken the position that an operator, like a borrower, would be subject to regulatory restrictions pursuant to the transaction's regulatory agreements, the revised documents clarify this policy and set forth more specific regulatory restrictions. The revised documents propose to: maintain operators' currently broad discretion over the use of project funds, provided that quarterly and year-to-date financial reports demonstrate that the healthcare facility is maintaining sufficient working capital; give borrowers greater flexibility in the use of project funds, provided that semi-annual calculations demonstrate positive surplus cash; increase a healthcare facility's ability to weather financial downturns with a debt service reserve; expand information sharing with lenders; clarify requirements for multiple facility portfolios and master lease structures; update terms and standardize provisions across the nation. Although a summary of the revised provisions follows below, HUD encourages interested parties to review the proposed form documents, posted on its Web site at:

Regulatory Agreements. The healthcare regulatory agreements are based on the Regulatory Agreement for Multifamily Projects, with three specific regulatory agreements proposed: (1) A borrower's regulatory agreement; (2) an operator's regulatory agreement; and for use where applicable, (3) a master tenant's regulatory agreement. The agreements are proposed to apply to multiple potential deal structures. For example, the operator's regulatory agreement will apply to any operator, whether such operator is a lessee or an operator pursuant to some other contractual arrangement; the borrower's regulatory agreement will apply whether or not the borrower is also the operator, and whether the borrower's operator leases the healthcare facility or operates the facility pursuant to some other contractual arrangement. Borrowers who also operate the healthcare facility will execute both the borrower's and the operator's regulatory agreements.

Substantively, the regulatory agreements provide, without limitation, that: the healthcare facility shall only be used for approved uses and maintained in decent, safe, sanitary condition and good repair; borrowers must maintain a debt service reserve; borrowers may take distributions of project funds so long as semi-annual calculations demonstrate positive surplus cash; non-profit borrowers must maintain residual receipt accounts; project records must be adequately maintained and kept available for inspection; borrowers must submit audited annual financial statements; operators must submit quarterly and year-to-date financial statements; copies of certain notices, reports, surveys and other correspondence relating to the permits and approvals necessary to operate the healthcare facility must be provided to HUD and Lender; HUD's consent must be obtained prior to any change in the operator or management agent; if the healthcare facility's financial or operational viability is at risk, HUD may require the operator to engage an operational consultant; and HUD may terminate an operator's, master tenant's, or sublessee's rights to operate the healthcare facility upon an uncured default.

Management Certification. HUD also invites comments regarding a newly created management certification (“Management Agent's and Owner's or Operator's Certification for Residential Care Facilities for Identity-of-Interest or Independent Management Agents”). HUD recognizes that in most instances the licensed operator, through a contractual relationship with the owner, handles the management activities of the facility. Sometimes, however, that operator (or even the owner itself as the licensed operator) contracts with another entity (“management agent”) to handle some management activities. HUD has determined that, in those instances, it is important that the management agent execute a controlling document whereby it makes key certifications/commitments directly to HUD, and through which HUD can directly pursue remedies in the event of noncompliance.

Security Instrument and Security Agreements. The borrower, operator, and, if applicable, master tenant, all provide collateral to the lender as security for the loan. Operators and master tenants provide Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) collateral through security agreements; borrowers provide their interests in both UCC property and real property. Based on the revised multifamily security instrument, the borrower's security instrument is set up with alternative language that can be used as applicable in states where mortgages, deeds of trust, security deeds, or other instrument forms are used. State-specific addenda may be developed by HUD field counsel as required for the various jurisdictions and may need to be appended, comparable to the approach taken in the multifamily rental documents. Collectively, the borrower's security instrument and operator's and master tenant's security agreements provide the lender with security for the loan in all project-related assets. These security documents also incorporate the regulatory agreements and give the lenders rights to enforce the borrower's promises to provide lender with appropriate notices, correspondence, and other applicable reports. In addition to these security documents, borrowers and/or operators, as applicable, will be required to execute form deposit account control agreements, and related documents, to adequately perfect the lender's security interests in the project accounts. Where accounts receivable financing is utilized, the revised form intercreditor agreement sets forth the terms pursuant to which an accounts receivable lender's interest may take priority over the HUD-insured lender's interests.

Healthcare Facility Note. The substantive provisions of the promissory note used for the healthcare facility transactions have not been substantially revised, but the form of note has been revised, adopting the revised multifamily note form. The loan remains a non-recourse loan, as set forth in the note. The borrower's personal assets are not at risk for the repayment of the loan. However, as with the multifamily note posted on HUD's Web site on May 2, 2011, to the extent an individual commits fraud, steals funds from the project, or is otherwise unjustly enriched through improper use of project funds, HUD will pursue recovery of such funds, and certain controlling entities and individuals will be asked to sign the regulatory agreement in acknowledgement of such potential liability.

Master Lease documents. As multi-facility portfolio transactions increase in occurrence, the master lease structure is increasingly utilized. In response to this trend, HUD proposes several form documents to be used in master lease structured transactions. The documents proposed include an Addendum to the master lease which includes provisions protecting the Lender and HUD's interests, a Master Tenant Security Agreement, a Master Tenant Regulatory Agreement, a Subordination Agreement or Subordination Non-Disturbance Agreement, and a Cross-Default Guaranty of Subtenants. The master lease structure allows for any rental deficiencies at one facility to be supported by income from another facility under the master lease. It is important to note that a master lease does not pool the assets of all facilities for underwriting a single mortgage loan for multiple facilities. Each individual loan must meet HUD's underwriting standards on its own merit.

Definitions. Several definitions have been clarified throughout the documents, and several new terms have been added. The terms “Borrower,” “Lender,” and “Operator,” have been added and apply when referencing the respective concepts of borrower/owner/ mortgagor/lessor, lender/mortgagee, and operator/lessee/sub-lessee/sub-tenant. Based on the multifamily concept, the term “Mortgaged Property” refers to all of the borrower's interests in any aspect of the project, and includes concepts and interests specific to healthcare programs. Although “Mortgaged Property” relates only to the Borrower's interests in the project, the operator's interests in project-related assets are separately conveyed as collateral through the operator's security agreement. In order to capture all of borrowers' and operators' interests and assets related to the development and operation of the healthcare facility, including those that, in the strictest legal interpretations may not be a part of the healthcare facility itself, the terms “Healthcare Facility” and “Project” have been set forth as very closely related but distinct concepts: “Project” has been defined as “any and all assets of whatever nature or wherever situated related to the Loan, including without limitation, the Mortgaged Property, any Improvements, and any collateral owned by operators securing the Loan;” whereas “Healthcare Facility” has been defined as “any portions of the Project (both tangible, and intangible), operated on the Land as a Nursing Home, Intermediate Care Facility, Board and Care Home, Assisting Living Facility or any other healthcare facility authorized to receive mortgage insurance pursuant to Section 232 of the National Housing Act, as amended, or other applicable federal law.” Several other definitions have been revised, added, or deleted, as appropriate.

Finally, a decision was made to adopt more consistency in the numbering system for the program documents, e.g. HUD Form 9XXXX-OHP. Greater consistency should reduce confusion because the documents will appear in the same group wherever HUD publishes the documents, e.g. HUDCLIPS at

III. Paperwork Reduction Act

The proposed new information collection requirements contained in this notice have been submitted to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for review under the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (44 U.S.C. 3501- 3520). Under this Act, an agency may not conduct or sponsor, and a person is not required to respond to, a collection of information unless the collection displays a valid control number. The public reporting burden for this new collection of information is estimated to include the time for reviewing the instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering and maintaining the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collection of information. Information on the estimated public reporting burden is provided in the following table:

New form numberForm nameNumber of respondentsFreq. of resp.Resp. per annumAvg. burden per hour per resp.Annual burden hoursAvg. hourly cost per resp.Annual cost
HUD-901-OHPFirm Application Checklist Section 232—223a7 Refinance302.5750.6750$62$3,083
HUD-902-OHPFirm Application Checklist Section 232—223f Refinance307.52250.831886211,563
HUD-903-OHPFirm Application Checklist Section 232—241a Supplemental Loan4140.83362206
HUD-904-OHPFirm Application Checklist Section 232—New Construction—Single Stage102201.1723621,439
HUD-905a-OHPFirm Application Checklist Section 232—New Construction—2 Stage—Final Submittal102200.671362822
HUD-905-OHPFirm Application Checklist Section 232—New Construction—2 Stage—Initial Submittal102200.8317621,028
HUD-906-OHPFirm Application Checklist Section 232—Substantial Rehabilitation—Single Stage4141.17562288
HUD-907-OHPFirm Application Checklist Section 232—Substantial Rehabilitation—2 Stage—Initial Submittal4140.83362206
HUD-907a-OHPFirm Application Checklist Section 232—Substantial Rehabilitation—2 Stage—Final Submittal4140.83362206
HUD-908-OHPFirm Application Checklist Section 232—Blended Rate—Single Stage4140.83362206
HUD-909-OHPFirm Application Checklist Section 232—232(i)—Fire Safety Protection Loan for Projects Not Currently Insured52100.67762411
HUD-9010-OHPFirm Application Checklist Section 232—232(i)—Fire Safety Protection Loan for Projects Currently Insured52100.67762411
HUD-9011-OHPFirm Application Checklist Section 232—223(d)—Operating Loss Loan1220.6716282
HUD-9012-OHPPost-Commitment Early Start of Construction Checklist7170.50462216
HUD-9001-OHPLender Narrative 223a7—Main302.57522.00165075123,750
HUD-9001a-OHPLender Narrative 223a7—Addenda—PCNA302.5751.50113758,438
HUD-9001b-OHPLender Narrative 223a7.223d.232i—Addenda—Survey302.5750.2519751,406
HUD-9001c-OHPLender Narrative 223a7—Addenda—4128302.5750.2519751,406
HUD-9001d-OHPLender Narrative 223a7—Addenda—Indebtedness302.5750.2519751,406
HUD-9001e-OHPLender Narrative 223a7.223d.232i—Addenda—Principal of Mortgagor302.5750.5038752,813
HUD-9001f-OHPLender Narrative 223a7.223d.232i—Addenda—Operator202.5500.5025751,875
HUD-9001g-OHPLender Narrative 223a7.223d.232i—Addenda—Management Agent122.5300.5015751,125
HUD-9001h-OHPLender Narrative 223a7.223d.232i—Addenda—Operating Lease302.5750.5038752,813
HUD-9001i-OHPLender Narrative 223a7.223d.232i—Addenda—Management Agreement302.5750.2519751,406
HUD-9001j-OHPLender Narrative 223a7.223d—Addenda—AR Financing152.537.50.5019751,406
HUD-9002-OHPLender Narrative 223f307.522570.0015750751,181,250
HUD-9003-OHPLender Narrative 241a—Main41473.332937522,000
HUD-9003a-OHPLender Narrative 241a—Addenda—Phase 1 Environmental4144.0016751,200
HUD-9004-OHPLender Narrative New Construction—Single Stage1022086.67173375130,000
HUD-9005a-OHPLender Narrative New Construction 2 Stage Final Submittal1022053.3310677580,000
HUD-9005-OHPLender Narrative New Construction 2 Stage Initial Submittal1022063.3312677595,000
HUD-9006-OHPLender Narrative Substantial Rehabilitation—Single Stage41493.333737528,000
HUD-9007-OHPLender Narrative Substantial Rehabilitation 2 Stage Initial Submittal41470.002807521,000
HUD-9007a-OHPLender Narrative Substantial Rehabilitation 2 Stage Final Submittal41470.002807521,000
HUD-9008-OHPLender Narrative—Blended Rate41470.002806217,267
HUD-9009-OHPLender Narrative 232(i) Not Currently Insured52100.67762411
HUD-90010-OHPLender Narrative 232(i) Currently Insured52100.67762411
HUD-90011-OHPLender Narrative 223(d)—Main1220.6716282
HUD-9444-OHPLender Narrative Cost Certification Supplement2246.6727752,000
HUD-90001-OHPFirm Commitment—223a7302.5750.4231832,604
HUD-90002-OHPFirm Commitment—223f307.52250.4294837,813
HUD-90003a-OHPFirm Commitment—New Construction or Substantial Rehabilitation—2 Stage—Final Submittal (Amended and Restated)122240.421083833
HUD-90003-OHPFirm Commitment—New Construction or Substantial Rehabilitation—2 Stage—Initial Submittal122240.421083833
HUD-90004-OHPFirm Commitment—New Construction or Substantial Rehabilitation—Single Stage122240.421083833
HUD-90005-OHPFirm Commitment—241a122240.421083833
HUD-90006-OHPFirm Commitment—232(i)52100.67762411
HUD-90007-OHPFirm Commitment—223(d)1220.6716282
HUD-90012-OHPConsolidated Certification—Lender302.5750.5844672,917
HUD-90013-OHPConsolidated Certification—Mortgagor771771.33103757,700
HUD-90014-OHPConsolidated Certification—Principal of the Mortgagor382761.33101757,600
HUD-90015-OHPConsolidated Certification—Operator352701.3393757,000
HUD-90016-OHPConsolidated Certification—Parent of Operator352701.3393757,000
HUD-90017-OHPConsolidated Certification—Management Agent352701.3393757,000
HUD-90018-OHPConsolidated Certification—Contractors4141.33575400
HUD-90019-OHPAuditor Certification 223d3130.58267117
HUD-90021-OHPCertification FHA Retyped Forms35103500.2899838,264
HUD-90022-OHPCertification for Electronic Submittal35103500.2899676,611
HUD-9445-OHPCertification of Outstanding Obligations35103501.254388336,458
HUD-91118-OHPOwner's Certification—Completion of Critical Repairs24012400.581407510,500
HUD-92434-OHPLender Certification35103500.752637519,688
HUD-91130-OHPBuilding Code Certification262520.3317831,444
HUD-91131-OHPZoning Certification3011.73510.672347517,550
HUD-91123-OHPDesign Professional's Certification of Liability Insurance262520.3317831,444
HUD-91124-OHPDesign Architect Certification262520.3317831,444
HUD-91127-OHPFinancial Statement Certification GC262520.3719671,271
HUD-92408-OHPHUD Amendment to B108262520.2815751,105
HUD-95379-OHPHUD Representative's Trip Report26287280.836077545,500
HUD-91129-OHPLender Certification for New Construction Cost Certifications105.2523.331737513,000
HUD-9441-OHPLenders Preconstruction Conference Agenda105504.672337517,500
HUD-9442-OHPMemo for Post-Commitment Early Start of Construction Request3260.70475315
HUD-92415-OHPRequest for Permission to Commence Construction Prior to Initial Endorsement for Mortgage Insurance (Post-Commitment Early Start of Construction)3260.30283150
HUD-93305-OHPAgreement and Certification105.2520.5026751,950
HUD-92441-OHPBuilding Loan Agreement105.2521.0052753,900
HUD-92441a-OHPBuilding Loan Agreement Supplemental105.2521.0052753,900
HUD-92450-OHPCompletion Assurance105.2520.5026751,950
HUD-92442-OHPConstruction Contract105.2521.0052753,900
HUD-92554-OHPConstruction Contract Supplemental105.2520.20102172,253
HUD-92456-OHPEscrow Agreement for Incomplete Construction3260.50375225
HUD-92479-OHPOffsite Bond53150.50875563
HUD-92452A-OHPPayment Bond55.2260.501375975
HUD-92452-OHPPerformance bond Dual Obligee55.2260.50132172,817
HUD-92455-OHPRequest for Endorsement105.2520.7539752,925
HUD-92023-OHPRequest for Final Endorsement105.2521.0052753,900
HUD-92477-OHPSponsors Bond1110.5017538
HUD-92412-OHPWorking Capital Escrow105.2520.5026751,950
HUD-91125-OHPStaffing Schedule305.831751.001756210,792
HUD-91708-OHPAgreement for Payment of Real Property Taxes1110.6718356
HUD-92576A-OHPCertificate of Need for Health Facility3260.30283150
HUD-90023-OHPCheck Transmittal Letter Template3011.73510.2899626,133
HUD-90024-OHPContact Sheet35103500.672336715,556
HUD-91121-OHPDeposit Account Control Agreement (DACA)3051503.67550217119,167
HUD-91122-OHPDeposit Account Instructions and Service Agreement (DAISA)3051503.50525217113,925
HUD-91126-OHPFinancial Statement Certification150710500.373856725,667
HUD-92264-OHPHealthcare Facility Summary Appraisal Report2625241.33214975161,200
HUD-91116-OHPAddendum to Operating Lease306.51950.509821721,125
HUD-941-OHPLenders FHA Number Request Form3011.73510.37129627,937
HUD-92264a-OHPMaximum Insurable Mortgage3011.73511.254398336562.5
HUD-92477-OHPProperty Insurance Requirements35103500.873037522,750
HUD-2-OHPRequest for Waiver of Housing Directive2081601.001607512,000
HUD-91119-OHPSchedule of Facilities Owned Operated or Managed35103501.334677535,000
HUD-91110-OHPSubordination, Non-Disturbance and Attornment Agreement of Operating Lease (SNDA)3011.73512.33819233191,100
HUD-91111-OHPSurvey Instructions and Owners Certification1801.52700.531448312,000
HUD-91112-OHPRequest of Overpayment of Firm Application Exam Fee155.1376.950.5038672,565
HUD-9839-OHPManagement Certification—Residential Care Facility5150.50375188
HUD-92466-OHPRegulatory Agreement—Owner of Residential Care Facility35103500.8329221763,194
HUD-92466A-OHPRegulatory Agreement—Operator (non-lessee) of Residential Care Facility102200.83172173,611
HUD-94000-OHPSecurity Instrument/Mortgage/Deed of Trust35103501.0035021775,833
HUD-92070-OHPLease Addendum2120.501217217
HUD-94001-OHPHealthcare Facility Note35103501.003507526,250
HUD-91710-OHPResidual Receipts Note Non Profit Mortgagor52100.50575375
HUD-92420-OHPSubordination Agreement72140.5072171,517
HUD-9223-OHPSurplus Cash Note72140.50775525
HUD-91128-OHPInitial Operating Deficit Escrow Calculation Template115551.2569835,729
HUD-92414-OHPLatent Defects Escrow20122400.50120759,000
HUD-9443-OHPMinor Moveable Escrow262520.9248833,972
HUD-92476-OHPEscrow Agreement Noncritical Deferred Repairs20122400.50120759,000
HUD-92476A-OHPEscrow Agreement Additional Contribution by Sponsors1110.501217108
HUD-92476B-OHPEscrow Agreement for Operating Deficits124.857.60.5029752,160
HUD-92464-OHPRequest Approval Advance of Escrow Funds35155251.005257539,375
HUD-92266-OHPApplication for Transfer of Physical Assets (TPA)252501.1758834,861
HUD-93331-OHPAsset Management Submission Section 232 Accounts Receivable Checklist252501.1758834,861
HUD-93332-OHPCertification of Exigent Health & Safety (EH&S) Issues45614560.753427525,650
HUD-93333-OHPCertification Physical Condition in Compliance20812080.50104838,667
HUD-93486-OHPComputation of Surplus Cash HUD 93486701100.2518621,085
HUD-9250-OHPFunds Authorizations, HUD-92505005.628001.00280075210,000
HUD-92114-OHPLoan Modification Lender Submission Checklist53150.58975656
HUD-92228-OHPModel Form Bill of Sale and Assignment202400.6727832,222
HUD-92115-OHPMortgagor Certification and Request Detail—Attach 1152301.0030752,250
HUD-92116-OHPModified Master Lease Checklist—Asset Management152301.0030752,250
HUD-92117-OHPOwner's Certification—Completion of Non-Critical Repairs25025000.582927521,875
HUD-92417-OHPPersonal Financial and Credit Statement, form HUD-92417175610503.50367583306,250
HUD-92118-OHPPartial Payment of Claim Model15304502.009007567,500
HUD-93479-OHPSchedule A Monthly Report for Establishing Net Income6021201.171407510,500
HUD-93480-OHPSchedule B Schedule of Disbursements60127201.007207554,000
HUD-93481-OHPSchedule C Schedule of Accounts Payable60127201.007207554,000
HUD-92119-OHPTPA Checklist (Full and Modified, Lessee Operator, Management Agent)115550.5832752,406
HUD-90020-OHPA/R Financing Certification5031500.6710021721,667
HUD-92321-OHPBlocked Account Agreement35103502.00700200140,000
HUD-92322-OHPIntercreditor Agreement (for AR Financed Projects)3051502.0030020060,000
HUD-92323-OHPOperator Security Agreement306.51952.0039020078,000
HUD-92324-OHPRider to Intercreditor Agreement (for AR Financed Projects)3051502.0030020060,000
HUD-92211-OHPMaster Lease Addendum55251.00252175,417
HUD-92331-OHPSubtenants Cross Guaranty305.831751.0017521737,895
HUD-92333-OHPMaster Lease SNDA305.831751.0017521737,895
HUD-92334-OHPSubordination Agreement—Operating Lease305.831752.0035021775,790
HUD-92335-OHPMaster Tenants Attorneys Opinion305.831751.0017521737,895
HUD-92337-OHPMaster Tenant Regulatory Agreement305.831752.0035021775,790
HUD-92339-OHPMaster Lease Estoppel Agreement305.831750.508721718,948
HUD-92340-OHPMaster Tenant Security Agreement305.831751.0017521737,895
HUD-91117-OHPOperator Estoppel Certificate10022000.7515027541,250
HUD-91725-INST-OHPCounsels Opinion Instructions35103502.00700217151,667
HUD-91725-CERT-OHPOpinion of Borrower's Counsel Certification—Exhibit A35103502.00700217151,667
HUD-91725-OHPGuide for Opinion of Borrower's Counsel35103502.00700217151,667
HUD-92325-OHPGuide for Opinion of Operator's Counsel and Certification306.51953.00585200117,000

In accordance with 5 CFR 1320.8(d)(1), HUD is soliciting comments from members of the public and affected agencies concerning the proposed collection of information to:

(1) Evaluate whether the proposed collection of information is necessary for the proper performance of the functions of the agency, including whether the information will have practical utility;

(2) Evaluate the accuracy of the agency's estimate of the burden of the proposed collection of information;

(3) Enhance the quality, utility, and clarity of the information to be collected; and

(4) Minimize the burden of the collection of information on those who are to respond, including through the use of appropriate automated collection techniques or other forms of information technology, e.g., permitting electronic submission of responses.

Interested persons are invited to submit comments regarding the information collection requirements in this proposal. Comments must be received by July 2, 2012. Comments must refer to the proposal by name and docket number (FR-5354-N-01) and must be sent to:

HUD Desk Officer, Office of Management and Budget, New Executive Office Building, Washington, DC 20503, Fax number: (202) 395-6947, and Colette Pollard, Office of the Chief Information Officer, Department of Housing and Urban Development, 451 Seventh Street SW., Room 4178, Washington, DC 20410.

IV. Solicitation of Public Comments

HUD welcomes public comments from industry and other interested members of the public on this most recent issuance of revised documents, posted at:

Dated: April 12, 2012.

Carol J. Galante,

Assistant Secretary for Housing—Federal Housing Commissioner.

[FR Doc. 2012-10687 Filed 5-2-12; 8:45 am]