Who needs a HUD-9887 form?
This form is used by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The HUD-9887 is a Notice and Consent for the Release of the Tenant’s Information. It’s signed by the tenant and submitted to the HUD, Owner and Management Agent, or Public Housing Agency.
What is the purpose of the HUD-9887 form?
By signing this form, the tenant authorizes the HUD, Owner and Management Agent or Public Housing Agency to verify the specific information (these documents and forms are listed in the instructions) with the help of the government agencies, such as Social Security Administration and Internal Revenue Service. The tenant should sign this form to receive assistance from the HUD or other organizations. The information will be verified to determine the household income of the tenant and to calculate the amount of benefits needed.
What other documents must accompany the HUD-9887 form?
This form is usually accompanied by the HUD-9887/A form (Fact Sheet describing the necessary verifications).
Does the HUD-9887 form have a validity period?
The Notice and Consent for the release of information is valid within 15 months after the date of signing.
What information must be provided in the HUD-9887 form?
The filler has to indicate the name and address of the organization which requests the release of the information (HUD Office, Owner and Management Agent or Public Housing Agency). The signatures of the family members who are 18 or older must be provided (head of the household, spouse, etc.). They must also date their signatures.
What do I do with the form after its completion?
The signed form is forwarded to the organization requesting the release of the information: HUD, Owner and Management Agent, Public Housing Agent.