July 15, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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Before you head out the door for the weekend, check out today’s batch of housing news stories:

Volunteers will help homeless veterans at “Stand Down” events across the country this weekend.

Thousands of people are volunteering at San Diego’s Stand Down event. For one of them, taking part is a way to honor her son’s memory.

The help for homeless veterans HUD announced earlier this week is a piece of welcome news before the events.

Plenty of companies buy foreclosed properties – one is doing it to sell the homes back to the original owners.

Companies are doing whatever they can to help homeless veterans.

This story puts a human face on the budget cuts affecting homeless shelters.

China is working on a housing bubble of its own.

And if you’re unlucky enough to be in Los Angeles for “Carmageddon,” keep public transit in mind.

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