July 28, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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Plenty of housing news in today’s Round-Up:

Watch for Secretary Donovan’s interview with Judy Woodruff on Bloomberg this weekend, and check out a preview of the conversation here.

The Secretary also talked with Roland Martin today about the Obama Administration’s efforts to help homeowners avoid foreclosure.

One up-and-coming Washington neighborhood is forcing people to re-think “the g-word.”

Denver’s mayor, who grew up in public housing, is inspiring people who live there now.

Our reading list just got a little longer.

The Orlando Sentinel supports efforts to keep veterans – especially those returning from Iraq and Afghanistan – from falling into homelessness.

And Massachusetts’ Senate moved to fund more supportive housing today.

Connect with HUD on social media and follow Secretary Castro on Twitter and Facebook.

One Response to Daily Housing News Round-Up

  1. Why they is it that if I’m in a shelter houseing its takeing long to give me apartment its going on one year I’m in a waiting list I went to the interview an I call the porjects they gave me and I’m still waiting in a waiting list I think its not fear for us to be waiting so long plz help me I’m a single mother with. 2kids n a grandson of 5 months. Thank u god bless.

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