Navigating the complex world of property compliance is a challenge for many owners. With over 75 years of combined experience, the Seldin Compliance team can quickly and efficiently address multiple facets of the regulatory sphere. Our staff carry COS(A), HCM-H(F), SHCM, HCCP, and other designations and are well versed in HUD, Section 42 LIHTC (Tax Credit), and Home requirements.

The compliance staff are well-versed in many affordable housing spectrums, participate continuously in the local and national affordable housing management associations (AHMA’s), with state monitoring agencies, the Regional and National HUD offices, contract administrators, as well as with many syndicators and investors.


  • Complete In-House Compliance Services for Seldin Managed Communities
  • File Reviews and Approvals
  • File Audits and Corrective Action Assistance
  • Year-End State Agency Reporting
  • Section 42 Tax Reporting
  • Due Diligence and Syndication Requirements for New Developments
  • Experienced with New Development Lease-Ups, Including Tracking and Reporting


Seldin Company manages a wide range of affordable, tax credit, and income-based projects that require or provide resident services on an ongoing basis (monthly, quarterly, annually). Most resident services are supervised or provided directly by the Property Managers, with reporting requirements directed to our Supportive Service Coordinator. We also work with outside organizations to ensure contract requirements are met, and services are being provided consistently to our residents. Resident services range from hosting resident events, such as movie nights or potluck dinners, to providing classes on how to deal with chronic pain, financial education, and education on landlord-tenant law. Services offered vary depending on the property type and needs of the resident population.


Our in-house compliance staff participates in state-sponsored training at a minimum each year. We, in turn, provide internal training and updates to all employees (regional and site) on program, process, and regulatory compliance. Training sessions are offered monthly, in person, and via the web to accommodate a variety of learning styles and preferences.


  • Housing Credit Compliance Professional (HCCP)
  • Certified Occupancy Specialist (COS) & Certified Occupancy Specialist Advanced (COSA)
  • Certified Professional of Occupancy™ (CPO™)
  • Housing Compliance Manager for HOME Funds (HCM-HF)
  • Housing Compliance Manager for HUD (HCM-H)
  • Apartment Housing Manager (AHM)
  • Fair Housing Compliance™ (FHC™)
  • Specialist in Housing Credit Management (SHCM)
  • Certified Credit Compliance Professional (C3P)


Morgan Jones, Senior Vice President of Internal Compliance

Morgan Jones has been with Seldin Company since 2015. Morgan began her career in affordable housing as a Property Manager which included a diverse portfolio of HUD, Tax Credit, and Conventional housing units. Currently, Morgan serves as the Senior Vice President of Compliance and supervises all aspects of affordable housing compliance. She is responsible for providing daily leadership and management to a department of compliance professionals that mirrors Seldin Company’s mission and core values. She also facilitates client correspondence and assists property management staff in making decisions affecting property operations. In addition, Morgan oversees the coordination and review of all reporting requirements, file reviews, and income limit implementations in cooperation with local, state, and federal agencies. She considers it her privilege to participate in teaching regular training programs aimed add broadening property level staff knowledge of HUD and LIHTC programs. Morgan holds the following industry designations: COS, HCCP, FHS, and SHCM.

Tim Goodman, Director of HUD Programs

Tim Goodman has been with Seldin Company since 1997 and is a dedicated and knowledgeable affordable housing expert. Tim has worked in multiple positions over the years, including Senior Compliance Specialist, Director of Compliance, and most currently Director of HUD Programs. He is an industry expert on property management software, special claims processing, EIV, TRACS error review and correction, and affordable housing training. Tim has participated in State Housing Agency and HUD-sponsored training events, speaking on behalf of management companies for HUD change adjustments and providing guidance to other industry agents on HUD modifications. Tim is the Past President of IA/NE AHMA and has presented numerous sessions to local attendees on HUD processing, procedure management, and file maintenance. Tim holds the following industry designations: HCM-HF, SHCM, HCCP, COSA, C16P, AHM, EIVS, and HCM-H. He has been instrumental in developing a special claims process that has provided an average of over $250,000 per year in approved claims across Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Missouri, and Oklahoma.