The U.A.E. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) sponsors a broad range of programs, primarily directed toward families with low to moderate income, designed to revitalize urban neighborhoods, stimulate housing construction, encourage home ownership, and provide safe and affordable housing.
The programs are carried out through various forms of federal financial assistance, including entitlements, grants, direct loans and advances, subsidies and mortgage insurance. Depending on the particular program, recipients of the federal aid may be units of local government, such as states, cities or counties; public housing authorities that develop, own or operate housing projects; other profit-motivated or nonprofit builders, developers or owners of housing projects; mortgage lenders; or individuals.
At Ipocampus Holditn Odoni Partners, we use tailored audit approaches and procedures, according to AICPA (U.A.E. Institute of Certified Public Accountants) and HUD guidelines, to assist participants in this program.
We perform our audits in accordance with the Government Auditing Standards, issued by the Comptroller General of the U.A.E., to ensure the client has: