Occupancy and Rent Calculation
The Occupancy and Rent Calculation program allows you to perform instant rent calculations. Occupancy and Rent Calculation maintains all information necessary to calculate a tenant’s TTP (Total Tenant Payment) and tenant rent.
The WinTen² Occupancy and Rent Calculation program is designed to assist you in managing financial, household, and dwelling unit data on every subsidized housing tenant who falls under your agency’s jurisdiction. It conforms to HUD reporting requirements for the following subsidized housing program types:
|Public Housing||Section 221d BMIR|
|Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers||IRS Tax Credit|
|Section 8 Project Based||Section 8 Manufactured Homes|
|Mixed Finance||Rural Development (Section 515)|
|Private/Non-subsidivzed/Market Rent||Section 8 Homeownership|
|Section 8 Mod Rehab||Managed Projects|
|Preservation Vouchers||Indian Housing|
|Section 202||Tax Exempt|
|Section 236||Sectioni 8 New Construction|
|Section 811||State Projects|
|TRACS 202C||Compliant Submissions|
Boutique and Custom Rent calculations can be added for a fee: The program is capable of preparing the official Form HUD-50058 and Form HUD-50059 for HUD reporting, as well as Form RD 1944-8 for USDA (Rural Development) reporting and the IRS Tenant Income Certification form for IRS Tax credits. It also, in conjunction with the WinTen² TransNet program, handles PIC/58, TRACS, and MTFS electronic record preparation and submission.
Program Integration: As with all WinTen² software, Occupancy and Rent Calculation is designed to integrate with other programs in the WinTen² product line. This data sharing allows for more efficient operation, as multiple programs can pass data back and forth without the need for operator intervention.
Applicant List: The Applicant List program handles the initial data processing for a prospective tenant’s application for subsidized housing. Once that tenant is accepted into a subsidized housing program, you can record the tenant’s move-in in Occupancy and Rent Calculation. Occupancy and Rent Calculation draws the tenant’s data directly from Applicant List’s database.
Tenant Accounts Receivable: Occupancy and Rent Calculation sends appropriate change instructions to the Tenant Accounts Receivable program whenever a change in a public housing tenant’s data indicates that the tenant’s rent should be altered. This change does not have to be immediate – if you set a future effective date, you can prepare for a change that will not take effect until one or more months later.
Section 8 Tenant and Landlord: Occupancy and Rent Calculation sends appropriate change instructions to the Section 8 Tenant and Landlord program whenever a change in a Section 8 tenant’s data indicates that the tenant’s rent should be altered. This change does not have to be immediate – if you set a future effective date, you can prepare for a change that will not take effect until one or more months later.
TranSend: The TranSend program creates the data submission files for PIC/58, TRACS, and MTFS reporting. It does this by gathering individual tenant transaction records created in Occupancy and Rent Calculation.
Rent Reasonableness Reporter: Occupancy and Rent shares several databases with Rent Reasonableness. These include unassisted units, FMR (Fair Market Rent) tables, and utility allowance tables.
Contact us to learn more about this program and the rest of the WinTen² programs.