Raynold Richardson formerly worked with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in several positions and is J. Allen Management’s multifamily expert. Raynold was the Director, Fort Worth Asset Management Division, Southwest Multifamily Regional Center for HUD over a five-state jurisdiction with six offices and managed an unpaid principle balance of $10 billion which consisted of 3,484 developments. Raynold was the Director, Multifamily Housing Program Center, Houston and managed both development and asset management programs including underwriting, asset management, and preservation activities for the assigned 35-county jurisdiction in East and Southeast Texas. The Houston Program Center closed 374 insured loans (i.e., 221d4, 221d3, 223f, 241, 231, 232, 242, some inclusive of LIHTC, HOME, CDBG and Historical Tax Credit dollars), resulting in a total mortgage amount of $2,751,330,500 and 65,622 total units. The Program Center initially/finally endorsed 34 Section 202/811 developments totaling 1570 units in the amount of $111,751,880. Raynold was also the Director, Office of Public and Indian Housing, Houston, managing all Public Housing programs including the Section 8 Housing Voucher, Certificate and Moderate Rehabilitation Programs; Capital Fund Programs (HOPE 6, development, modernization, and HQS compliance), Management Assessment Programs; Operating Fund programs; resident self-sufficiency and economic independence programs. In addition, as a former Chief of Asset Management, Multifamily Housing, Project Manager and Occupancy Specialist, his in-depth knowledge of HUD/FHA policy, production, asset management, public housing and community & planning development programs make him a key component of the J. Allen Management’s successful client and government relationships.