Housing Authorities

Housing Authorities

Housing authorities are faced with a number of challenges each day, from a complex regulatory environment to under-staffed teams and growing workloads. At Aprio, we’re here to help by providing you with the solutions you need to tackle these complexities and ensure compliance with federally-mandated programs and requirements.

Aprio’s Housing Authorities group has performed over 2,200 public housing audits over the last three decades. Our audits cover the many different types of programs in place within housing authorities across the United States, and all audits performed by Aprio have received the required HUD approvals. You can have confidence knowing that your audit will be handled efficiently and accurately, with minimal disruption to your staff and daily operations, because of our proven process and deep knowledge of your industry.

In addition to housing authority audits, Aprio provides a comprehensive range of tax and advisory services to assist you with the operations and management of your housing authority.

Leadership Team


Public Housing Authority Audits

Get peace of mind that your financial statements are accurate and you are in compliance with the requirements of major programs. Our team is well-versed in the Department of Housing and Urban Development's distinct requirements for public housing authorities, including the annual REAC financial statement submissions.

Internal Controls Compliance

Our team can help you navigate HUD's internal control compliance requirements in preparation for your audit. We offer the following reviews: tenant file reviews, compliance reviews, occupancy reviews and more.

Project-Based Accounting and RAD

Let us assist you with the many complex problems associated with project-based accounting and the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program.

Litigation Support and Forensic Accounting

We provide the litigation support and forensic accounting services required when fraud, theft or embezzlement is suspected within a housing authority.

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